No ski vacation is perfect if you are not able to enjoy the comfort and pampering of a fine ski resort. Whether you are a beginner or a die-hard skier in search of the deepest fresh powder, there are several places you can choose from for your next ski vacation in Canada.
Kimberly Ski Resort
The Kimberly Ski Resort is one of the best places to stay for your ski vacation. The best thing about this resort is the fact that it seems to have it all. Thus, it is perfect for a family escape, but at the same time it has some challenging terrain that will please experienced skiers. This ski resort has seen some development in the recent years and it is nowadays a popular ski destination in Canada. The Kimberly Ski Resort has 68 trails nearby, so most skiers and boarders can enjoy a lot of variety. The resort is mostly suitable for intermediates skiers, but it also has slopes that are suited for beginners. The resort has a small village at the base where you can rent a condo for cosy accommodation.
The Whistler Blackcomb ski area is located in Whistler, Canada, just north of the city of Vancouver. This was one of the Olympic venues of Olympic Winter Games of 2010 and the resort hosted most of the skiing events that year. It is the biggest ski resort in North America, and also the most visited (2 million visitors per year). Skiers can enjoy more than 200 trails here, which are suitable for beginners, intermediates, and experts as well. When it comes to accommodation, skiers can choose from a large variety of condos, hotels, and lodgings, as there is something for any budget in this ski area.
Fernie Alpine Resort
This Canadian ski resort features challenging terrain, five large alpine bowls, and it is covered with more than 29ft of snowfall every year. This resort is located in the Kootenay’s of Canada and it features 114 trails serviced by 10 lifts. There are several lodges, hotels, and condos to choose from when booking a ski vacation in the Fernie Alpine Resort.
Panorama Mountain Village
Panorama Mountain Village is a ski resort situated in the Canadian province of British Columbia, buried deep in the Purcell Mountains, approximately 150 km west of Calgary, and is part of the Regional District of East Kootenay. There are over 120 ski tracks at an altitude from 1160 to 2380 m, which are up to 5.5 km long. The area is supplied by nine lifts systems. The annual snowfall is around five meters and the ski area is relatively small and simple.