Big Red Catskiing Rossland BC Canada

What's the vertical? How many runs?

The vertical depends on which group you're in.  The runs are generally between 1200-1800 feet each, and average around 1400ft.  (The top elevation is about 2200m, and the bottom is about 1650, but most runs are less than that).
An expert group typically gets 10-13 runs in (15,000ft or more) , an advanced group typically 7-11 (10,000 or more), and an intermediate group 6-9 (8000 or more).  So that's a pretty large range. 
If you don't get at least 6 runs in, we'll give a partial credit to return. 
We have had an expert group get in over 30,000ft one day, but that's the record. 
They just keep going all day, it isn't capped at any particular number of runs.
If it has been a long time since the last snowfall, we will have to travel further between runs to find fresh tracks, and you may get fewer runs in.  If you come in March, the days are longer than in December, which will also affect the number of runs.
Each run is about 1200 feet,on average.

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