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Banff National Park is set in the heart of the Canadian Rockies. It attracts roughly 4 million visitors each year. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Town of Banff is in the province of Alberta in the southwestern corner of Banff National Park, and west of Calgary.
Known for Legendary Powder, Famous for So Much More! Located in the spectacular Canadian Rockies in British Columbia, Fernie Alpine Resort is a world-class, destination ski resort with an authentic ski town atmosphere and tonnes of history including the legends of the Griz, Ghostrider, & Sasquatch - all believed to live here!
Welcome to Jasper, Alberta, Canada, the little town in the very big Jasper National Park. A quiet spot in the very heart of the Canadian Rockies, the little resort town of Jasper Alberta is a favourite spot to all who experience it.
Kicking Horse is known as the “Champagne Powder Capital of Canada”. Each year at Kicking Horse they are lucky enough to receive on average more than 7 meters (23 feet) of some of the lightest, driest and deepest powder snow on the planet.
Located in the Purcell Range of the Canadian Rockies, Kimberley offers stunning scenery in a relaxed atmosphere. On North Star Mountain, your skiing experience includes a newly enhanced beginner’s area, enjoyable long intermediate trails, and exciting glades and steep terrain for the advanced skier and rider. Other activities include cross-country skiing, dog sledding, and snow shoeing.
The Lake Louise Ski Area is the “Giant” of Canadian skiing. With over 4,200 acres of terrain spread across 4 mountain faces, Louise offers unparalleled skiing and riding in an unsurpassed setting. Lake Louise’s uniquely beautiful terrain is both vast and varied. The exceptional layout allows families and groups of all abilities to ski together.
Panorama is the most complete ski-in / ski-out resort in the Canadian Rockies. Panorama Mountain rises 4,000 vertical feet above true slope-side lodging and giant hot pools, but it’s not until you reach the summit that the real scale of the terrain becomes apparent.
For decades, helicopter and cat skiers from around the world have flocked to Revelstoke, BC, attracted by its perfect powder, varied alpine terrain and quaint mountain community. Heli Skiing was for guests who wanted the ultimate ski vacation, with over 50 feet of annual snow.
RED Mountain is the last great, unspoiled resort. Located in Rossland, BC, along the famous "Powder Highway," RED delivers 4,200 acres of pristine, unfettered skiing. For 2013-14, Red Mountain added nearly 1,000 acres of mostly-intermediate terrain on Grey Mountain, a spot locals have hiked for years. With 7.6m of annual snowfall, in-bounds cat-skiing, and the friendliest locals around, it's no wonder The NY Times voted us their #8 "Best Place in the World to Visit in 2013." Other recent wins include Powder's "Ski Town Throwdown," and "Most Underrated Resort" by Skiing. Fresh turns that you don't have to fight for -- that's RED.
Silver Star’s fairytale village, you can easily fall in love with. Inspired by a typical nineteenth century British Columbian mining town era with Victorian architecture, this town is a true winter wonderland. Brightly coloured store fronts and boarded sidewalks provide a unique ambiance that radiates fun, enthusiasm and excitement for the whole family.
Sun Peaks Resort in the interior of British Columbia stands up with the best ski destinations in the world. With copious amounts of terrain, no line-ups and extensive non-ski activities, Sun Peaks is an ideal destination for families, empty nesters, and those looking for sophistication without urban chaos. Guests enjoy award-winning downhill skiing, snowboarding and cross country skiing in the winter. Sun Peaks Resort's European-style village is nestled at the base of three mountains; Tod Mountain, Sundance, and Mt. Morrisey. The village offers a wide selection of accommodations, restaurants and shopping to suit a variety of tastes.