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Whistler Blackcomb

British Columbia

The optimal combination of powder, nightlife and 8,100 acres of terrain, Whistler Blackcomb wows with a world-class resort experience. From checking off every run on the map to sampling every award-winning restaurant in the village, the entertainment is endless. Its friendly, cosmopolitan village, mile-long vertical and dedication to grooming more terrain than anywhere else in North America is an experience that’s become the envy of resorts everywhere.

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Lake Louise

Alberta

With 4200 skiable acres, Lake Louise is one of the largest ski resorts in North America. The unique layout allows families and groups of varying abilities to ski together. Spectacular scenery awaits with uniquely beautiful terrain that is both vast and varied. Located in the heart of historic Banff National Park, Lake Louise offers truly legendary world class terrain.

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Image of Lake Louise by Paul Zizka

Fernie

British Columbia

Fernie is a winter playground for skiers and riders of all levels. The mountain has the most snow, most ski runs, and biggest vertical in the Rockies. With legendary powder, uncrowded trails, mild climate, and some awesome apres-ski fun, Fernie is an eclectic and unforgettable resort experience. The town of Fernie was also dubbed “coolest town in North America” by Rolling Stone Magazine due to it’s eclectic character.

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Image of Fernie Resort by Abby Dell

Sun Peaks

British Columbia

Sun Peaks has evolved into one of the leading ski experiences in Canada. The resort offers surprising diversity across its three mountains. Gladed areas, bumps, steeps, alpine bowls, a progressive park, and long cruisers; Sun Peaks has it all. The closest you'll get to another person is on the chairlift. With an average of 2,000 hours of sunshine per year, it certainly lives up to its name.

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Mont Tremblant

Quebec

Mont Tremblant Resort is located in the beautiful Laurentian mountains of Quebec, Canada. It offers the perfect setting for both winter vacations and summer escapes. With over 600 acres of skiing and snowboarding terrain, a picturesque village and the best public golf courses in Quebec, this is the place to experience both winter and summer to the fullest.

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Silver Star

British Columbia

Champagne powder and varied terrain attract every kind of skier to BC’s third largest ski area. The colourful mid-mountain village offers true ski-in, ski-out access to the slopes, and Canada’s first all-inclusive lift ticket provides affordable, family-friendly fun. For the more adventurous, the backside of the mountain includes an uncrowded paradise of over 1,900 acres of steep black and double black diamond runs.

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Mont Sainte Anne

Quebec

Located a mere 30 minutes from Quebec City, Mont Sainte Anne opens her arms to spread passion for winter sports. With 71 trails, a recommended ski school, a large and secure beginner zone, and a variety of activities, originals events, delicious restaurants and more, you’ll surely become a pro of the mountain. Their best kept secret is their learning trail for beginners, which is free all time. Shhh!

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Big White

British Columbia

Big White is located 56 km southeast of Kelowna in the Southern Interior of British Columbia. Big White Mountain is the highest summit in the Okanagan Highland; an upland area between the Monashee Mountains and the Okanagan Valley. It is the third largest resort in British Columbia after Whistler-Blackcomb and Sun Peaks. Big White is also Western Canada's largest resort night skiing area.

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Revelstoke

British Columbia

Revelstoke Mountain Resort boasts North America's greatest vertical at 1,713 metres. The resort also offers 3,121 acres of fall line skiing, high alpine bowls, renowned gladed terrain and endless groomers, and feature day and night skiing in the centre of the village. Revelstoke is the only resort world-wide to offer lift, cat, heli and backcountry skiing from one village base.

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Sunshine Village

Alberta

Sunshine Village offers Canada’s best snow. The resort features more than 3,300 acres of skiable terrain ranging from gentle, inviting beginner cruisers to the most extreme big mountain runs. Delirium Dive has been named one of the 10 top off-piste destinations in the world. The resort also features the massive 12-acre Rogers Terrain Park with more than 50 features when fully operational.

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Red Mountain

British Columbia

Located along the famous “Powder Highway” in Rossland, British Columbia, Red Mountain Resort delivers 4,200 acres of pristine skiing unfettered by overdevelopment. With 7.6 metres of annual snowfall, wide-open groomed runs, an epic vertical of 890 metres, in-bounds cat-skiing, 360 degree descents off select peaks, a rich tradition, and the best tree runs in BC, Red Mountain is not a mountain to miss.

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Panorama

British Columbia

Located 308 km west of Calgary, Panorama Resort boasts 2,847 acres of terrain ranging from wide open fall-line cruisers to powder-filled tree lines. The ski area is perfect for skiers of all levels; 75% of the runs are suitable for beginners or intermediates. For the more advanced skier, the mountain offers plenty of patrolled backcountry skiing.

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