With 12 alpine bowls, 3 glaciers, 200 trails, and a 1 mile vertical rise, this top selling resort ticks every box on and off the slopes.
With a huge vertical, long runs, uncrowded slopes & an awesome slopeside village, Panorama has it all.
- Sun Peaks
With 3 mountains, and a vast programme of family events, you’ll see why Sun Peaks is one of the most talked about resorts in Canada.
With bowls, cliffs, chutes, trails and an unpretentious après-ski scene, Fernie offers adventure for all kinds of skier and snowboarder.
- Kicking Horse
Small but steep, this relatively undiscovered gem offers high vertical drops and stunning scenery. For those who enjoy a challenge!
Revelstoke offers the continent’s biggest vertical plus one of the best powder records of all Canadian resorts.
- Making the most of Whistler Blackcomb
"Most people who ski and/or snowboard have heard of Whistler Blackcomb. Since 1997, when Whistler and Blackcomb mountains joined forces, the resort has attracted well over a million skier visits every season. This is obviously a ski and snowboard Mecca but how do you make the most out of what is on offer...?"
- Whistler Blackcomb: First Impressions
Whistler has long been our most popular North American ski destination. With a 10 year average of 39ft of snow each winter, an Olympic pedigree, huge ski terrain on two interlinked mountains, plus a vibrant and exciting town; Whistler ticks all the boxes. Watch the video below for a first timers guide to Whistler.