We've found 13 resorts in Canada
The town of Banff is spread along the central thoroughfare of Banff Avenue, with the majority of chalets, apartments, hotels, shops, bars and restaurants being on or just off the central stretch. Lake Louise is only a 45-minute drive away.
This iconic ski town's 3 surrounding ski areas boast 8,000 acres of skiing, so you won’t be getting bored anytime soon. Check out Banff today!
Big White Ski Resort is a magnificent destination for all types of skiers and snowboarders, offering wide open terrain, light dry powder, short lift lines and modern facilities.
The Big White Village is home to the most ski-in/ski-out accommodations in Canada, making it perfect for families!
Fernie Alpine Resort is a great all-round ski holiday destination. It's one of the less crowded ski resorts and offers incredible off-piste skiing. They are also known for a laidback friendly culture, making it great for relaxed powderhounds as well as families.
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With a plethora of varied runs, Jasper has plenty of green and blue pistes in between a surprising number of blacks and off piste options.
With a great range of restaurants and non-ski activities, you won't be bored in Jasper.
Kicking Horse Mountain Resort has a great name for being hardcore and many an expert has been humbled here due to the many gnarly double black diamond chutes and bowls.
It features the 4th highest vertical drop North America, at 4,133ft!
Lake Louise boasts breathtaking scenery with unique terrain that is both immense and diverse. Located in the historic Banff National Park, Lake Louise is one of the largest ski resorts in North America.
This picturesque French Canadian village is a great resort for beginners and intermediate ability skiers, with friendly people, reliable snow and quiet slopes.
After a full day of skiing and fresh air, be swept away by the undeniable charm of this French-Canadian pedestrian village.
An off the beaten track ski resort with a huge vertical of 1,225m in the Rocky Mountains and a pedestrianised village centre with plenty of ski in, ski out accommodation. There's no bussing it to the slopes here.
A good mix of runs from the cruisy slopes through the trees to the challenging backcountry-bowls you can find your own route down.
If it's uncrowded pistes and great historical snow records and super friendly locals your after then Red Mountain is the ski resort for you.
Red Mountain Ski Resort strikes a lovely balance between steep challenging skiing and family-friendliness with some of the best tree skiing in British Columbia.
Located in British Columbia, Revelstoke Mountain Resort provides 3,121 acres of skiable terrain spread out over glades, high alpine bowls, fall line skiing and groomed terrain.
Revelstoke is the only resort in the world offering lift, cat, heli and backcountry skiing from one village base.
Silver Star is a quiet, family-friendly, 19th-century mining town ski resort. The ski area is small so we recommend combining your ski holiday with another big resort such as Whistler, Big White or Revelstoke.
The village has brightly painted Victorian-style buildings with wooden sidewalks and faux gas lights.
Sun Peaks is now the second biggest ski area in Canada – only Whistler is bigger. The slopes are pleasantly wooded and Mt Tod’s modest summit gives views over the gently rolling terrain, ideal for intermediate skiers.
If you are looking for a traditional and quiet during the week resort, this is the one for you!
Whistler is undoubtedly one of the world’s greatest ski destinations. An incredible snow record, buzzing après scene and quality hotels combine with the fun and friendly Canadian attitude to make Whistler a truly special winter destination.
There are plenty of activities for non-skiers such as dog sledging, sleigh rides and snowmobile rides, not to mention the huge array of shops and spa facilities.
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