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Big White is the perfect all-rounder for skiers and boarders alike, with magic carpets, perfectly groomed long runs, gladed pockets, tree runs, chutes and cliffs, endless back country and an amazing terrain park with its own chair. Off the snow, you’ll experience some of the best après ski venues in North America. And, as you’d expect, there’s loads to keep the kids entertained, from hot tubs to ice skating, an ice wall and tubing.
Fernie ski resort in British Columbia is all about the snow. This quaint historic resort is your gateway to some of the best skiing and boarding in North America with long steep runs, five huge powder bowls, and breathtaking scenery. Here, on this refreshingly uncrowded mountain, there’s something for every ability, though its mostly suited to intermediates and experts. . With the historic mining town of Fernie just 5km away, everything you need for a great snow holiday is on tap, yet you’ll feel like you’re a million miles from nowhere.
Kicking Horse is located in the heart of British Columbia. This relatively new resort is less well-known than others and subsequently less crowded. You’ll find a good mix of accommodation in Kicking Horse ski resort from luxurious to more affordable, and plenty of hotel / motel style accommodation in nearby Golden. Golden is also where you’ll find a vast array of restaurants, bars and entertainment. Consider slipping a visit to Kicking Horse in alongside a ski holiday to Revelstoke or Banff.
Located in the Purcell Range of the Canadian Rockies, Kimberley offers stunning scenery and a laid-back, relaxed atmosphere that lets you make the most of your winter getaway. A great resort to go to if you want somewhere without the crowds and off-the-beaten-track. Kimberley will please anyone looking for an authentic, down-to-earth ski experience. Although Kimberley has only five lifts, the resort boasts 80 runs and 729 hectares of skiable terrain, including the infamous Black Forest.
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Panorama, in British Columbia, has everything you need for a sensational skiing holiday. Yes, it’s 3.5 hours’ drive from Calgary, but once you’re here you’ll wish for nothing more. This lesser known ski resort offers a compact yet vibrant slopeside village that’s easy to get around, and 1,200 hectares of long, wide beautifully groomed runs and steep and deep powder bowls to keep you challenged every day of your stay.
Revelstoke is renowned for its legendary Selkirk powder and challenging terrain. Most of this mountain is suited to intermediate and advanced skiers, though beginners aren’t forgotten with a magic carpet for first timers at the base area and some gentle green slopes. With over 1,200 hectares of skiable terrain and North America’s longest lift-accessed descent (1,713 vertical meters), Revelstoke is steep, deep and packed with memorable experiences.
SilverStar is an intimate, picturesque mountain resort in British Columbia that beckons boarders and skiers with its sensational champagne powder snow. Perfect for families and more mature skiers, SilverStar’s village is situated mid-way up the mountain so you can ski or board right from the door of your lodge. Here you’ll love the friendly atmosphere and endless activities available on and off the snow.
Sun Peaks is Canada’s second largest ski area with 1,728 hectares of terrain and is located in the Interior of British Columbia. A quick 45-minute flight from Vancouver and a 45-minute transfer from the airport will have you at your hotel and on skis in no time. Once arriving you’ll find 40 restaurants and shops, a pedestrian only, ski-through village, a diverse range of non-ski activities and 3 mountains surrounding the central area. Known for it’s light, dry powder and no crowds and lift queues, you’ll quickly understand why Sun Peaks is consistently ranked on of the top resorts in Canada.
Whistler is the largest, most exciting ski and boarding destination in Canada. This breathtakingly beautiful resort is surrounded by pristine glaciers, glades and valleys with mountains that rise up toward the heavens. With an incredible 3,273 hectares of snow across two massive mountains, here there’s something for everyone – from first timers to extreme skiers… and if you’ve still got the energy after a day on the mountain, there’s a vibrant après scene in the village.