I spent a few days at the MS hostel this Summer when I went to Rossland to do some mountain biking. I loved it! I was planning on camping but checked into the hostel because of its awesome location. I got the use of my own fridge, Clay let me store my bike inside and the towel and free wi- fi was icing on the cake. Cheaper but way better than camping. I’ll be back.
A great summer town. For a first trip to the interior of BC it was nice to stay in Rossland. The pace of this town suited me and I will have many memories of this stay and the quite mountains. It was worth the visit.
Just spent three nights at MS and what can I say, it’s my second golf trip to Rossland and staying at MS and I am already counting down the days til next year. The owner, Dutch, is one of a kind, class act and easy to be around. If you need any information about any activity, ask clay, he’s like Rossland down google. So if your planning a golf trip, ski trip, or a bike trip in Rossland, do yourself a favour and don’t pass up the Mountain Shadow Inn
My husband and I stayed at the (award winning) Mountain Shadow Hostel for a 2 day golf weekend. The hostel had everything we needed including a wonderful visit with Clay. (The manager) The hostel is located in the heart of Rossland and we were able to walk to all the fabulous restaurants the town has to offer. We have plans to go back in the fall. And my husband is returning with 20 of his friends in June 2019 for the 3 day golf package the hostel has to offer.
I selected this hostel because it is located on the main street of Rossland, easy to reach when coming into town by bus. Main entrance is a door with stairs leading up to the first floor. It is an old building, a warren of rooms. Bathroom/showers were clean. Relaxed, laid back atmosphere and friendly staff. Mostly young people staying for winter sports, a few older people. Kitchen/dining area and a couple of sitting rooms. Stayed in a co-ed 4 bedroom dorm, no lights at the beds. No locks on the doors. I would look at another place if I would return to Rossland.