Fernie Ski Holidays
Fernie is a BC gem situated close to the border with Alberta in the perfect location to receive an average of 30 feet of snow a season.
The mountain offers a mix of gladed runs through the pine trees and wide open bowls at higher elevations all served by a super efficient lift system which gets better and better every season.
There’s plenty of steep and deep if you’re feeling adventurous and one of the five bowls is where to be on a powder day. If you prefer the hero status of perfectly groomed cruisers don’t worry – there’s no shortage in the 2500 acres of terrain on offer.
Stay up in a hotel or condo up in the mountain village which is convenient for the slopes or down in the town of Fernie around 10-15 minutes away. You’ll find plenty to do here once the ski day stops with numerous bars, restaurants and activities on offer
Skiing in Fernie
Novices and intermediates will love the pillowy softness of the powder that falls on the numerous gentle rolling runs and the many perfectly groomed trails.
The lower area of the mountain, closest to the village, is devoted to beginners and novices, while more advanced skiers and riders will head straight for the steeper bowls and ridges.
Need a stop for lunch? The new Lost Boys Cafe is located at the top of the Timber Bowl Express Quad, and is a great spot to enjoy a relaxed bite to eat to eat while taking in the amazing scenery.
- Important information
Season Early December–Mid April Ski Area 2,504acres Annual Snowfall 32ft (average) Number of Lifts 10 Ski Range 3,500–6,316ft Ski Shuttle Service between the Alpine Resort and downtown Fernie Blue Runs 30% Red Runs 40% Black Runs 30% Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Off-season Off-season Off-season Off-season Off-season Off-season On-season On-season On-season On-season On-season Off-season
- Snow report
0/10 Lifts open
- Piste conditions
- Resort is closed for the season
- Runs to resort:
- Distance from airports
Calgary 3hr 30mins Cranbrook 1hr 30mins