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Perfectly groomed slopes and superb tuition for all abilities, Canada’s ski scene is first-rate. With impressive ski in, ski out accommodation and slope-side chalets, resorts excel at accommodating families. The entertainment is vast and diverse, from groomers to beginner slopes, sleigh rides and sledding, every snow-style is satisfied.
Ski in ski out accommodation Free snow host/ambassador programmes in all resorts Some of the best-recognised race training and children's ski schools Direct flights to Vancouver Lack of queues and closed days Add to your adventure a stopover in Vancouver, Calgary, Los Angeles or San Francisco and watch a game of ice hockey
The slopes at Banff are family-friendly and well maintained, and the tubing is also a big crowd-pleaser. The Banff SkiBig3 pass allows you to ski and ride Mt Norquay, Sunshine Village, and Lake Louise.
Celebrated for great runs and picturesque scenery, as well as an impressive ski school and friendly instructors. From beginners to veteran powder hounds, the terrain and snowfall make Big White world-class.
Boasting big bowls, groomers and a green trail off every chair lift, Lake Louise makes for scenic cross-country skiing. There’s less après ski than nearby regions but it’s perfectly quiet and relaxing.
Panorama has ski in, ski out accommodation, restaurants and hot pools. Beginner trails and terrain parks are user-friendly, while the Extreme Dream Zone, with its double black diamond tree skiing, welcomes the pros.
As the only resort in the world that offers lift, cat skiing and heli-skiing from its base, Revelstoke is haven for hardcore powder hunters. Expect big back country, big pitch, big snowfall, big vertical and big off-piste offerings.
BC’s third largest ski area, this one still feels ideal for families. Canada’s first all-inclusive lift ticket provides affordable ski fun, with child friendly facilities and many blue runs (and some black) for intermediates. Enjoy ski-in, ski-out access to the slopes.
Sun Peaks is known as the second largest ski area in Canada and receives an average 6 metres of annual snowfall. Their ski in, ski out accommodation puts the powder right on your doorstep.
Just 15 minutes away from Banff, Sunshine Village has access to 3,300 acres of terrain via gondolas and heated ski lifts. Short beginner runs are convenient, but it’s easy to jump on a black diamond if you want.
Arguably the number one playground for snow lovers, there's something for every age and skill level. Whistler has many luxurious hotels and generously sized condos. The jaw-dropping snowy panorama is also impressive.
More cosmopolitan and European compared to most North American resorts, Whistler is one of the largest ski areas in the world. The pedestrian-only main hub provides a lively après scene, while consistently reliable winter snow ensures daytime fun too.
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