Canada is a nature lovers delight. While you can enjoy amazing facilities on some of the largest and most technologically advanced slopes on the planet, you have also got the option to carve up powder in some of its most pristine and untouched mountain landscapes. Canada has a vast range of on piste, off piste and heli skiing destinations. Either way, you will be immersing yourself in stunning vistas and one of the world’s friendliest cultures.
We love skiing in Canada and have first hand experience. Our favourite resorts are:
Whistler and Blackcomb mountains sit side-by-side, linked by the PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola to form a mecca for skiers and snowboarders in winter, a hiker’s paradise and mountain biking’s promised land. The resort’s adventures and activities, from snowmobiling to golf to ziplining to fishing, are complemented by a welcoming pedestrian- only village packed with world-class amenities, including top-ranked hotels, restaurants, wine-collections and spas The calibre of offerings is world-class, the welcome is always friendly, and the value gained from experiencing Whistler at any time of the year is indisputable
Fernie is located in southeast British Columbia, Canada and is completely surrounded by the Canadian Rocky Mountains. The quaint historic mountain town was founded in 1898 and has a great choice of bars and restaurants. The terrain includes trails, bowls and acres of tree skiing. Fernie is known for its powder tracks and ski areas which will suit all levels of skiers.
Nestled in the heart of Banff National Park, Lake Louise exudes romance with its glossy turquoise-hued water and verdant forests climbing the surrounding mountains. It is simply awe-inspiring and utterly astounding. Teahouses, grizzly bears, Victoria Glacier, a grand resort, hiking, skiing, and snowboarding are all entities you may encounter during your stay in this lovely Canadian destination.