Canada, made up of ten provinces and three territories, covers the land area north of the United States from the Pacific to the Atlantic oceans. It is the second largest country by total land area in the world and the border between the U.S. and Canada is the longest land border in the world. Canada with its northern climate has some of the best skiing and snowboarding in the world. Copious amounts of snow coupled with top-rated ski destinations and accommodations make Canadian ski resorts destinations to love. You’ll also find Canadian hosts and hostesses among the friendliest and most helpful people.
So it’s ski season and you’re looking for new mountains to conquer. Canada has more ski destinations than you can count, and each one more inviting than the one before. Check out these three comprehensive ski destination websites for your next ski adventure.
British Columbia has ski lodges and ski resorts and ski villages galore. You may be interested in visiting the Kootenay Rockies area along the famed Powder Highway and perhaps visit the Kicking Horse Mountain Resort with its beautiful groomed trails and a kid zone known as the Horse Play Corral. Or drive up to Whistler for your skiing fun. There is a new hotel at Sun Peaks Resort near Kamloops and great night skiing at Mount Washington on Vancouver Island. This site has complete contact information for each and every ski destination.
Also check out Hello BC for more information on their ski resorts
The province of Ontario boasts over thirty full-fledged ski resorts. Talisman is one of the nicest, located in Ontario’s Beaver Valley and offering a snow-tubing fun park and beginner snowboard park for the youngsters and plenty of challenging runs for the adults too. Or choose to visit the Horseshoe Resort just one hour from Toronto where you’ll find over twenty-two runs at all levels and both day and night skiing. Both resorts have miles of cross-country trails as well.
There are so many choices of ski destinations in Quebec, you can’t go wrong with any of them. Choose from the Owl’s Head in the Eastern Townships with its forty-five trails and nine lifts, or explore the majestic Laurentians Region with its vast forest lands and festive villages. The Tremblants is one of the consistently high ranking resorts in Canada with ninety-five trails on four slopes. And Mont Blanc is perfect for families wanting a ski vacation. They are proud of their Jungle Magique, an indoor play park for children.
Use this interactive ski map for more information on ski destinations in Canada.