Phoenix Mountain Ski Resort

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Phoenix Mountain
Location Kootenay Boundary, British Columbia, Canada
Nearest city Grand Forks
Coordinates 49°06′32″N 118°35′10″W / 49.10889°N 118.58611°W / 49.10889; -118.58611 (Phoenix Mountain)Coordinates: 49°06′32″N 118°35′10″W / 49.10889°N 118.58611°W / 49.10889; -118.58611 (Phoenix Mountain)
Vertical 215 m (705 ft)
Top elevation 1479 m (4652 ft)
Base elevation 1264 m (4147 ft)
Skiable area 91 acres (0.4 km2) [1]
Runs 16 Designated Trails
Ski trail rating symbol-green circle.svg 4 – Beginner
Ski trail rating symbol-blue square.svg 7 – Intermediate
Ski trail rating symbol-black diamond.svg 7 – Advanced
Longest run 1.3 km (0.81 mi)
Lift system 1 T-bar lift
1 Rope Tow
Lift capacity 550 skiers/hr
Snowfall 8.89 m/year (350 in.)
Website Ski Phoenix

Phoenix Mountain is a small ski resort in the Boundary Country in southern British Columbia, near the town of Grand Forks, British Columbia And Greenwood BC. It is a community owned ski hill. There is a lodge with a cafeteria, a rental shop and a terrain park. Phoenix ski hill has one T-Bar and one Rope Tow. There are 16 designated runs with 18 marked trails, and a dedicated trail for terrain and big air. Phoenix also offers night skiing.

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  1. ^ Perkins, Erin (12 December 2012). "PHOENIX SKI HILL TRIPLES ACREAGE, GETS GOVERNMENT APPROVAL ON RESORT PLAN". The Boundary Sentinel.