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Skiing in Canada

Ski holidays in Canada

We can't find a reason not to ski Canada. The scenery is some of the most jaw-dropping on the planet, the snow is among the deepest and the locals are the cheeriest you’ll meet. With world-renowned resorts scattered along the legendary Canadian Rockies, a delectably laid-back vibe and oodles of piste and backcountry, take a ski holiday in Canada once and you'll soon be back!

"Top Ten Best" Canadian resort lists

List of all Canadian ski resorts

With a slightly different ski holiday on the cards, spend your days out and about exploring the sights and ski areas ...more ‣

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Highlights 3 ski resorts Cosy mountain town Stunning sights of the Rockies

Whether it’s down to a local legend, the Griz, or just good old Mother Nature, an annual snow depth of more than two...more ‣

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Highlights Amazing powder bowls Award winning ski town Ski-out Alpine Resort

Marmot Basin is heaven on earth if you love unpretentious, untamed skiing. The slopes are split evenly for beginners,...more ‣

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Highlights Crowd free skiing Friendly town 4 mountain faces

Kimberley Alpine Resort has the sunniest skiing in British Columbia, with 4 different sections including the most gla...more ‣

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Highlights Amazing gladed terrain Sunny skiing Crowd free pistes

Voted “Best Ski Resort in Canada” (in the World Ski Awards), this is one of the most beautiful places you’ll ever ...more ‣

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Highlights Legendary ski resort Designated beginner zones Massive ski area

Family-focussed and Quebec’s skiing capital, this is one of North America’s oldest, most loved resorts. Whether it’...more ‣

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Highlights Traffic free village Award-winning resort Evenly mixed terrain

Consistently voted near, if not at the top of almost every skier’s dream destination as well as most official rankin...more ‣

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Highlights Largest ski area in North America Consistently voted best in the world

Most popular ski resorts in Canada

In terms of the most popular resorts, Whistler in British Columbia reigns supreme– it’s in a league of its own, not only when it comes to North America (it’s the biggest ski area in the continent) but the rest of the world. Whistler was a well-established legend before it held the 2010 Olympics, but this definitely opened the eyes of those who hadn’t yet caught the fever – it gets well over 2 million visits a year.

Fernie is another major BC resort that’s regularly rated amongst the favourites – it won “Best North American Resort” in the 2012 World Snow Awards and we love the cool, ski town vibe, fun-loving locals and incredible powder. Large doses of sunshine, lovely light powder and a laid back atmosphere make Kimberley another highly visited resort and promising intimate, value-for-money holidays with massive verticals and long, uncrowded cruisers, Panorama is close in the running.

Alberta is home to another of Canada’s biggest attractions; world-renowned Banff sits within a jaw dropping UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s not just the unforgettable scenery that makes this such a popular place to ski - the cosmopolitan town centre and varied terrain over 3 ski areas are massive draws too. Sharing Banff’s lift pass and breathtaking surroundings is Lake Louise. You’d struggle to find a setting more gorgeous for a ski holiday and the superbly thought out ski area, meaning all abilities can ski from the same lift stations, is a magnet for groups and families. Also in Alberta you’ll find legendary Jasper – one of few resorts you can get to by train, it oozes mountain charm and a laid back atmosphere, surrounded by the fantastic landscape of its national park.

Over in Eastern Canada is Quebec, where the biggest and busiest ski destination is Mont Tremblant. It’s especially favoured by Europeans: it’s easier to get to than the West Canada resorts if you’re flying across the pond and the European-styled town with its patisseries and boutiques feels like a home-from-home.


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