Canada ski holidays & resorts

Ski Canada for exhilarating high altitude skiing, glacier skiing and snowboarding

Canada is the ultimate bucket-list ski destination. The Rockies pack a powder punch and the scenery lives up to the hype and is as spectacular as everyone says. The hotels are superb and spread across National Parks and world class ski resorts. What’s more, the ski season is long, the slopes are often quiet and the Canadian hospitality is unrivalled.

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Where to ski in Canada

Best for Groups

Canada’s most famous resort, Whistler, in the Coast Mountain Range, is consistently voted the best and most popular resort in all of North America. It has something for everyone, from powder bowls for snowboarders to designated slow zones for beginners. 

Banff is part of the Ski Big 3 which covers three different mountains in one lift pass, Banff Sunshine, Lake Louise, and Mt Norquay. If you complete the Trifecta Challenge by skiing all three, you can earn yourself a free pint of beer from the SkiBig3 Adventure Hub. The downtown area is a traditional Canadian village with plenty of bars, restaurants, and coffee shops.

Best for Families

Nicknamed the 'Disneyland of winter ski', Mont Tremblant is a charming resort in the French province of Québec with colourful houses and quaint cobbled streets. You will find plenty to do including dog sledding, lake ice skating, and horse drawn sleighs. Québec is known for its excellent food too, which uses a blend of French and Canadian cuisines.

Best for Beginners

Whistler is a fantastic place to start your adventure on the snow. With nearly 50 easy and gentle slopes across the resort, you have plenty of time to master that snowplough before moving on.

Mont Tremblant is another great option for those looking to find their ski legs. The resort has a brilliant ski school and the Versant Sud area, on the south side of the mountain, provides plenty of wide, open beginner slopes.

Best for the Bucket List

Alberta’s Banff and Lake Louise are unbeatable when it comes to scenery and surrounding nature. Both located inside Banff National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, these two resorts have some of the most dramatic scenery in the world. There's nothing quite like skiing through the Canadian Rockies with the backdrop of Banff National Park or ice skating on Lake Louise itself.

Snow in Canada

The season is long in Canada and, being so far north, the ski resorts have incredible snow records and good snow conditions are pretty much assured.

The high altitude and air in Banff National Park mean that Banff and Lake Louise have snow unlike any you will find in other resorts. The air makes it much more powdery and ideal for snowboarders.

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Ski Regions in Canada

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  • from£958pp
  • Area: 8171km
  • Altitude: up to 2284m
Whistler, Canada (20)

Rated again and again as North America’s best ski resort, Whistler has it all. Over 200 trails spread between two peaks (Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains) and linked by the famous Peak2Peak gondola, it has become the pride and joy of Canada’s Pacific North West.

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  • from£1020pp
  • Altitude: up to 2730m
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Banff is a lively town set in the spectacularly beautiful Banff National Park. Downtown Banff offers traditional Canadian hospitality with an excellent variety of bars, some with live music, and a wide choice of restaurants catering for all tastes and budgets. Most of the activity is centred around Banff Avenue, overlooked by the imposing Cascade Mountain. Early Booking Offers Now Available

  • from£1144pp
  • Altitude: up to 2730m
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With almost 140 trails and extensive off-piste, Lake Louise has the biggest international cachet of Banff’s “Big 3” resorts (Lake Louise, Sunshine Village and Mt Norquay). Forty minutes from Banff, Lake Louise offers peace and tranquillity in one of the world’s most spectacular ski settings, with unspoilt views of magnificent peaks, glaciers and the iconic lake. Early Booking Offers Now Available

  • from£1018pp
  • Altitude: up to 914m
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Repeatedly voted the ‘Best Resort in Eastern North America’ by the Ski Magazine, Mont Tremblant combines extensive skiing with a wealth of winter sports activities, earning it the title ‘the Disneyland of winter ski’. The charming and colourful village of Tremblant also serves some of the tastiest food of any of our North American ski resorts.

  • from£1092pp
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Winter is a great time to visit Vancouver, consistently rated among the world’s most beautiful cities. There is so much to see and do and all sites are easily accessible by public transport. A few nights in the city before or after your trip to Whistler is a must!

Currency: CAD

No. of airports: 3 – Calgary, Montreal & Vancouver.

Fly from: Direct from London Gatwick and London Heathrow. Most regional airports via Amsterdam, or add ons with British Airways from Birmingham, Glasgow, Edinburgh & Manchester on to Heathrow and then direct to Calgary.

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