5 Best Ski Resorts in Canada

by Julie on July 18, 2018

Each year there are millions of ski and snowboard aficionados who flock to Canada – and for good reasons. Canada is best known for its breathtakingly picturesque view, epic powdery snowfalls and magnificent mountain ranges and terrains.

Just the astounding glacial scenery is enough to make you fall in love to Canada’s ski resorts where there will surely be something for everyone – both skiers and non-skiers alike.

So, if you are planning to visit Canada for a memorable skiing adventure, here are the top best ski resorts that you should not miss out:

  1. The Big White in British Columbia

The Big White is located in the center of British Columbia. It is considered as one of the most family-friendly ski resort in the country. It highlights a dense forest with matching excellent facilities that never fail to lure skiers, snowboarders and even the non-skiers. Kids will particularly enjoy Big White’s Tot Town Day Care Center designed so your little ones will also enjoy their stay at the resort. So grab your gear and head north to Big White!

  1. The Marmot Basin in Jasper National Park

Are you one of those skiers who like to go on an adventure in untamed ski activities with your family? Then pack your ski equipment and head to the family oriented Marmot Basin which is also popularly referred to as the ‘The Big Friendly’. The Marmot Basin features high alpine fields and long runs. It has a lax environment with spectacular tree-lined trails and diverse areas for skiing.

  1. The Whistler Blackcomb in British Columbia

Whistler and Blackcomb are astonishing mountains just adjacent to one another. It features more than 3,200 acres of incredible and beautiful ski terrain which makes it impossible to resist. It has also hosted events frequented by visitors and athletes such as the 2010 Olympics. Apart from its remarkable ski terrains, Whistler also have chic shops and village restaurants that everyone can enjoy.

  1. The Lake Louise Ski Resort in Alberta

The widest among the popular trio called the ‘Tri-Area’ Ski Resorts in the Banff National Parks. Banff is part of the UNESCO heritage site that attracts visitors the whole year round. Lake Louise is also one of the most favorite ski resorts among ski goers. It provides  a vast playground for skiers offering up to 139 runs. Lake Louise takes pride in its jaw-dropping glacial scenery at the chateau, deep terrains, and steep trails. It offers a great destination for skiers with varying ability – from the beginners to the intermediate and the advanced or expert skiers. Lake Louise even have a special area which is designed for the children to enjoy.

  1. The Mont Tremblant Ski Resort in Quebec

Mont Tremblant is considered as the leading ski park in the Eastern part of Canada. It is situated in the Laurentian Mountains which is just about 130 km away from the city of Montreal. Specifically a family favorite, it is family-oriented with bright-colored villages, cool shops, restaurants and bars, cafes and hotels.

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