Limited time parking is enforced in the downtown core. A 2 hour limit is enforced along Columbia Avenue, Washington Street and Queen Street. No vehicle can be parked over 24 hours on any municipal street or alley. Snow removal and no parking signs are posted the night before on streets scheduled for snow removal. Vehicles will be towed at the owners expense if vehicles impair snow removal. If you have parking concerns please contact City Hall at 250-362-7396 to discuss your situation.
Explore the many miles of trails around Rossland or enjoy an evening snowmobile tour to the top of Granite Mountain. The West Kootenays has some of the best terrain for snowmobiling in BC. For more information contact Tourism Rossland.
The wagon road, rail grades, and pack trails left over from Rossland’s mining heyday have resulted in a legacy of hundreds of kilometers of trails surrounding the town. These trails provide a seemingly endless playground for an enthusiastic community of hikers, mountain bikers, and cross-country skiers. The official trial map is packed with useful information, and it is widely available in town. Rossland is the Mountain Biking Capital of Canada. Many of our trails are perfect for hiking and suitable for horseback riding. Check out Centennial trail and Larry’s Loop or the more vigorous Kootenay-Columbia, Loop trail or the hike to Old Glory. Black bears (in several colours), white tail and mule deer are very common. Grizzly bears, Mountain goats, elk and moose are less frequently seen. Birding is often very good. Golden eagles, Bald eagles and Osprey are often seen.