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Rossland, Regional District of Kootenay Boundary, British Columbia, V0G 1Y0, Canada (49.07848 -117.79990)
Rossland is a city in the West Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada. Tucked high in the Monashee Mountains, Rossland is at an elevation of 1023 metres (3356 feet). Its population is 3729, though it fluctuates from season to season. The population is at its peak during the winter. Rossland has been known as the 'Mountain Bike Capital of Canada' since 1993 when it was awarded this title, with an extensive trail system radiating from the outskirts of the town. Also nearby is the multi-peak ski hill, Red Mountain Resort.
Granite Mountain, Rossland, Regional District of Kootenay Boundary, British Columbia, Canada (49.10236 -117.85571)
Coordinates: 49.10231 -117.85576 49.10241 -117.85566 - Minimum elevation: 984 m - Maximum elevation: 2,104 m - Average elevation: 1,577 m