Welcome to the Rossland Range and Rossland, BC, Canada

a great place to play, full of community traditions, and many values to all

The Rossland Range Recreation Site

The Rossland Range Recreation Site is a free public use area in the high mountains and rolling hills near Rossland, BC, Canada. Strawberry Pass Summit and the primary parking area is located about 19 km north of Rossland on Highway 3, or about 8 km south of the intersection of Highways 3 and 3B. See several maps on the Before You Go ( and a MAP) page.

The area has a network of winter routes and a chain of unique, winter, day-use shelters for all ages and families who would enjoy self-guided snowshoeing, cross-country skiing or backcountry ski touring. In summer, there is hiking, mountain biking, watching wildlife, walking a dog or taking a horseback ride on summer trails.  Read more...

Friends of the Rossland Range

After years of community input and working with the Province, the Friends of the Rossland Range Society recently achieved Recreation Site status for an area of the Rossland Range near Rossland, BC. The agreements FORR signed on behalf of the community in 2014 created the free public use area known as The Rossland Range Recreation Site (see above). Many volunteers and hours of community input for over 10 years was key to this big success.

In addition, FORR is involved in some other related activities. Read more...


Join Now

FORR memberships are now only $5/person for a LIFETIME.  Your membership counts!  Memberships are very important to show the level of support and interest in what we are doing, which in turn helps us with approvals and funding needed to do this work.

If you do not already show your support by being a LIFETIME member, click on the JOIN NOW button to take you to the FORR membership page to sign up.