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Vendors › Canadian Rockies › Attractions & Tours › Ski Areas

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Lake Louise Ski Resort

1 Whitehorn Rd, Lake Louise

The 2017 World Ski Awards “Best Ski Resort in Canada” is north of the Trans-Canada Hwy near Lake Louise Village, 40

Fernie Alpine Resort

5339 Fernie Ski Hill Rd, Fernie

World Snow Awards 2012: “best North American Resort,” known for its 11.5 m / 38 ft annual snowfall. Its 2500

Kicking Horse Mountain Resort

1 hr W of Lk Louise, Golden

Kicking Horse Mountain Resort is 14 km / 8 mi from Golden, one hour from Lake Louise, and roughly two

Kimberley Alpine Resort

301 North Star Blvd, Kimberley

1800 acres and 2465 vertical ft / 751 mi of skiing and boarding. Long fall-line runs on wide cruisers and

Marmot Basin

15 min S of town via Icefields Pkwy,, Jasper

Skiing Marmot Basin offers skiing and snowboarding on un-crowded slopes with majestic scenery. Four quad (3 express), 1 triple and

Mt Norquay

Mt Norquay Rd, N of Hwy 1, Banff

  Skiing The Canadian Rockies’ original ski area, est. 1926, is just 10 minutes north of downtown Banff via Norquay

Nakiska

3 Mount Allan Dr., Kananaskis

Between Banff and Calgary, south of Hwy 1 via Hwy 40, this resort was built to host the 1988 Olympics.

Sunny Tube Park

1 Whitehorn Rd, N of Hwy 1, , Lake Louise

Sliding lanes with magic carpet lift. Call for details and current conditions.

Sunshine Village Ski Resort

Off Hwy 1, 8 km (5 mi) W of Banff, Banff

Canada’s highest ski resort, only 8 km / 5 mi west of the Banff townsite via Hwy 1, is now

Tube Town

Mt Norquay Rd, N of Hwy 1,, Banff

Inflatable tubes provide a fast and fun ride down the groomed runs. Magic carpet lift to the top, dedicated lanes
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