Want to explore the snow-capped peaks of Western Canada? Alberta and British Columbia have beautiful ski resorts that will allow you to go skiing in Western Canada.
Enjoy winter with skiing in Western Canada
Lake Louise (Banff, Alberta)
With 1700 hectares of land and 10 lifts, Lake Louise will delight skiers searching for adventure and change. With 145 trails to explore, you will never be bored, even during a long stay. The resort is also known for its beautiful scenery, including the frozen lake view from the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise.
Sunshine Village (Banff, Alberta)
With its three mountains, Sunshine Village offers a huge playground for skiers and snowboarders. You will also find several snow parks, such as Strawberry Jim Park (17 obstacles), Great Divide Park, Grizzly Park which is more technical, as well as Springhill Park where you will find natural snow jumps in the middle of nature. Once you've hit the slopes, you'll find many restaurants where you can warm up with a meal or a hot drink. There's plenty to keep you entertained all day long, or even for a whole week!
The Fernie ski resort is particularly popular with experienced skiers thanks to its many trails, some of which zigzag between the pines, and its adventurous backcountry trails. In addition, the mountain receives a good amount of snow each year: between 9 and 11 meters on average. In addition to its charming mountain, visitors also enjoy the city of Fernie and its restaurants.
Kicking Horse (Golden, Colombie-Britannique)
Ready for the ultimate experience of skiing in Western Canada? Kicking Horse resort has 128 trails, a great deal of powder snow, 8 people gondola lifts, and Eagle’s Eye, the highest restaurant in altitude in Canada.
Kimberley (British Columbia)
Kimberley is the ideal family-friendly resort, with many non-ski activities such as a bowling alley, movie theater and ice rink. The 68 trails, the majority of which are intermediate, will thrill skiers of all levels.
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