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Ski in Canada: Top Destinations

Planning your ideal Canadian ski vacation

With an abundance of snowfall, diverse slopes, charming landscapes, and state-of-the-art amenities, Canada is the go-to destination for skiers and snowboarders. Whether it's glacier, cross-country, or high altitude skiing you're seeking, Canada offers something for every skier at its various ski resorts. Thousands of visitors from around the globe each year come to enjoy skiing in Canada, home to some of North America's most beautiful ski resorts.

Ski in Canada: Top Accommodations

House Bowen Island
Mar 2 - Mar 9
$154 per night
House ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
House in Bowen Island with Large Patio + Sweeping Views
Outstanding (13 ratings)
Bowen Island, Greater Vancouver A, Canada
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Condo Whistler
Nov 11 - Nov 18
$128 per night
Condo ∙ 8 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
Duplex Condo in Whistler + Great Views
Outstanding (6 ratings)
Whistler, Squamish-Lillooet, Canada
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Chalet Sainte-Brigitte-de-Laval
Nov 4 - Nov 11
$106 per night
Chalet ∙ 6 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms
Chalet in Sainte-Brigitte-De-Laval with Grill
Very good (3 ratings)
Sainte-Brigitte-de-Laval, La Jacques-Cartier Regional County Municipality, Canada
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The best ski resorts in Canada

The best ski resorts in Canada

Skiing in Canada is world class and will exceed all of your expectations. Canada's winters make it a haven for skiing, snowboarding, and other winter activities.

  • 1. Banff

    Located in the heart of the Rockies, Banff has three major resorts – Sunshine Village, Mt. Norquay, and Lake Louise – all favorites for local and international skiers alike. Norquay's 180 acres of terrain and Sunshine Village's steep terrain are just a short drive away from Banff, as is Lake Louise, which features 4,200 acres of terrain ideal for intermediates and experts. The Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site is popular with travelers year round, and downtown Banff also has a wide variety of souvenir shops, restaurants, and bars.

  • 2. Whistler

    Located in the Pacific Northwest, Whistler and Blackcomb together make the largest ski area in North America. They offer over 200 trails, alpine bowls, and terrains spread across ~3,200 hectares of stunning terrain. There are also loads of activities other than skiing, such as dog-sledding, zip lines, and snowmobiling. The resort offers a mix of lodges, apartments, and condos with heated pools and spa facilities. Whistler is also famous for its vibrant nightlife and fantastic array of restaurants and bars serving mouthwatering cuisine and drinks. Kids can also have a great time at the resort, with Whistler Kids Snow School providing special ski lessons.

  • 3. Big White

    Nestled on Big White Mountain, and about 56km southeast of Kelowna, Big White Ski Resort is one of the largest in British Columbia. Big White contains over 2,700 acres of ski terrain and receives an average of 24.5ft of snowfall annually. The resort features over 125 marked and unmarked trails, suitable for all skill levels. Big White offers 25km-long Nordic trails perfect for snowshoeing, dog-sledding, and cross-country skiing. The resort hosts night skiing, and there's plenty of shops, fine-dining restaurants, and trendy bars to check out.

Best Places to Stay for Ski in Canada

Apartment Hillhurst
Dec 23 - Dec 30
$64 per night
Apartment ∙ 4 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Apartment in Hillhurst
Outstanding (2 ratings)
Hillhurst, Calgary, Alberta
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House Desrochers Area
Nov 4 - Nov 11
$46 per night
House ∙ 5 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
Pleasant Vacation Home in Desrochers Area
Outstanding (1 rating)
Desrochers Area, Edmonton, Alberta
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Lodge Banff
Oct 21 - Oct 28
$214 per night
Lodge ∙ 7 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Lodge in Banff with Pool, Sauna & Grill
Excellent (1629 ratings)
Banff, Improvement District No. 9, Alberta
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Family-friendly ski resorts in Canada

Family-friendly ski resorts in Canada

Canada is loaded with fantastic ski resorts providing a great mix of exciting skiing and excellent family-focused off-mountain activities, so you can all enjoy a dream winter vacation.

  • 1. Panorama Mountain

    Located in southeastern British Columbia, Panorama Mountain Resort is famous for its majestic cliffs and breathtaking views of the Rockies. At an elevation of 4,019 feet, the resort has one of North America's biggest vertical drops and offers 2,847 acres of skiable terrain. The terrain is best suited for intermediates. You'll also find beginner trails and terrain parks. This scenic village resort has myriad restaurants, shops, cafés, and pubs. The upper village offers plenty of lodging with a hot pool, water slides, and a spa facility.

  • 2. Silver Star Mountain

    Set about 22km northeast of Vernon in British Columbia, SilverStar Mountain, a family-friendly ski resort, is known for its laid-back atmosphere. SilverStar, which gets an annual snowfall of 23ft, offers over 130 marked trails and a vertical drop of 2,500ft. Skiers with intermediate skills will love the resort's blue and black runs. The slopes are great for beginners, too. With over 105km of groomed trails and close proximity to Sovereign Lake Nordic Centre, SilverStar is excellent for cross-country skiing. Putnam Creek, one of the nearby mountain faces, has steep terrains ideal for experienced skiers.

  • 3. Kimberley

    Set amid British Columbia's Purcell Mountains, Kimberley is a vibrant and picturesque ski town known for its perfect white powder and awesome sunny weather. With more than 65 runs spread across 1,800 acres, Kimberley has plenty to do. The alpine resort offers a variety of ski in/ski out accommodations and ski terrains in an elegant setting. Magnificent views of the mountains and beautifully groomed trails make Kimberley an excellent choice for families and beginner skiers. Kimberley’s downtown is the short drive from Kimberley Alpine Resort and boasts a wide selection of shops, restaurants, and bars. Exciting activities include cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, skating, and fat biking.

Recommended Accommodations for Ski in Canada

Apartment Laurentian Hills
Dec 2 - Dec 9
$57 per night
Apartment ∙ 3 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Rental Apartment in Laurentian Hills
Laurentian Hills, Kitchener, Ontario
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Condo Collingwood
Sep 30 - Oct 7
$92 per night
Condo ∙ 5 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
Condo in Collingwood
Collingwood, Clearview, Ontario
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Cottage Barry's Bay
Sep 30 - Oct 7
$56 per night
Cottage ∙ 4 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Duplex Cottage in Barry\'s Bay + Great View
Outstanding (11 ratings)
Barry's Bay, Madawaska Valley, Ontario
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Information about Ski Destinations in Canada

💳 Highest rates in August
😎 Least busy month September
🛏️ Popular home types House rental and Apartment rental
🌡️ Hottest months 81 °F in July and August
❄️ Coldest months January and February
🌧️ Rainiest months 17 rainy days in December and January

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best month for a skiing vacation in Canada?

January and February are when the temperature in Canada is at the lowest - something worth bearing in mind when planning your ski trip.

What types of vacation homes can I find for Ski Destinations in Canada?

You can find 13,719 House rental and 7,695 Apartment rental for Ski Destinations in Canada on HomeToGo.

Ski Destinations in Canada: What is the vacation rental cost in Canada?

The average cost for a rental in Canada is between $212 and $308 per night.

Can I find a vacation home for a group for Ski Destinations in Canada?

in Canada, large groups should look for House rental since they can fit 7 guests.

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