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Summer Activities

Mountain Biking

Rossland is arguably the "Mountain Bike Capital of Canada" with a plethora of trails and services for mountain bikers. See the following websites for more information:



Three beautiful, 100 year old courts are located in a quiet setting near the corner of Park St. and LeRoi Ave. Annual pass can be purchased at Rossland Recreation. Insurance waiver forms must be completed and returned to the Recreation Department. Adult Tennis Pass: $20/person or $2.00 drop-in for 2016 season. Juniors 16 years old and under are free. For more information about the Rossland Tennis Society, (tournaments, lessons etc) Please call Paul DeVilliers: 250-362-0024

Hiking and Horseback Riding

Most of our trails are appropriate for hiking and many are also suitable for horseback riding. The Centennial trail and Larry's Loop are popular shorter (1-2 hour) strolls. The more vigorous hike (2 hours return) to the summit of Kootenay-Columbia provides a magnificent view of Rossland. The Loop trail makes a great (full day) outing, circumnavigating the town. Further afield, the (full day return) hike to Old Glory, the highest peak in the area, has some of the most scenic views of the wonderful mountains surrounding us. Horseback riders particularly enjoy Record Ridge, the Dewdney, and Old Glory trails.


Golf Redstone's signature Furber design. Situated in the stunning Redstone Valley the course is predicted to rank within the top 10 resort courses in Canada upon completion. Play for the majority of 2008 is based upon the newly finished championship back nine which features stunning ridgeline views, elevated tees and a 622 yard Par 5. A soft opening of the full 18 is expected in early fall 2008. Either way you will not be disappointed! See their website for more info.

Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre

Rossland has a rich golden past that is on display at our local museum located at the Junction of Highways 3B & 22. Learn about our mining, electricity, skiing, and social history with interactive displays - you can even learn to gold pan! The Museum is open year-round Wednesdays-Saturdays 12pm-5pm with extended hours through July and August 7 days per week 10am-6pm. Find more on their website rosslandmuseum.ca or call (250)362-7722 or toll free at 1(888)448-7444.