Ski the Powder Highway

Experience funky mountain towns, soak in nearby hot springs, and ride the most vertical in North America.

Revelstoke Mountain Resort

Canada's newest ski resort boasts North America's longest lift-served vertical descent. With 69 named runs—45 per cent are classified as intermediate and another 47 per cent as advanced—strong skiers will find themselves at home here.

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Kicking Horse Mountain Resort

Tucked among some of the highest peaks in the Rocky Mountains, this resort is all about big mountain skiing and claims the fourth highest vertical in North America.

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Panorama Mountain Resort

Intimate, accessible, friendly and laidback, Panorama has long been a favourite ski destination for families. The charming village is home to Canada's largest outdoor slope-side hot pools.

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Kimberley Alpine Resort

Surrounded by the Selkirk and Rocky mountains, Kimberley is known for consistent snowfalls, short lift lines, and an abundance of sunny days. It's a great choice for both families and experts, with terrain for all levels.

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Fernie Alpine Resort

Serious powderhounds make the trek to the southeastern corner of BC to ski at Fernie. Up to 11 metres (37 feet) of snow blankets this resort each year, ranking it among the snowiest ski destinations in Canada.

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Whitewater Ski Resort

At Whitewater, it's all about the snow and the local vibe. This Kootenay mountain hideaway–located along the Powder Highway and just a short drive from the eclectic city of Nelson.

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RED Mountain Resort

Located in Rossland along Canada's famous Powder Highway, RED has 1,164 hectares (2,877 acres) of pristine skiing, 360-degree descents, and incredible tree runs.

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More Places to Ski

In British Columbia, the mountains are everywhere. The uncrowded slopes of small-town community ski areas offer opportunities to hit the slopes amoungst the locals.

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Hot Springs Circle Route

Journey from enchanting hot springs to rugged mountain wilderness. With stops to soak in luxurious, mineral-rich pools, this route has several ski resorts stops along the way. 

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Powder Highway 101

Located in the southeastern corner of British Columbia, also know as the Kootenay Rockies region, the Powder Highway boasts the highest concentration of alpine resort, backcountry, cat- and heli-skiing, and nordic skiing in North America.

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