Winter options are endless in British Columbia - Canada's most westerly province. Explore the Powder Highway - home to the world's largest concentrated collection of ski destinations on the planet-, let yourself live like an Olympian on the slopes of Whistler, live large within the powder filled options of the Okanagan, ski on an island, and explore the ancient forests and unreal snowfalls of Northern B.C.
Apex Mountain Resort is a mountain that has everything you're looking for. Unique, challenging terrain, tons of the lightest snow around & friendly locals.
The full mountain village of Big White Ski Resort is found in Kelowna, about 60 km east of the city's international airport in British Columbia's Okanagan region.
Every ski lift ticket also includes a dip in the hot springs. Fairmont Hot Springs is located along the Powder Highway of B.C., 110 km north of Cranbrook’s Canadian Rockies International Airport.
Also along the Powder Highway, Fernie Alpine Resort and the town that shares its name is located approximately 95 km east of Cranbrook’s Canadian Rockies International Airport.
Located along the Trans-Canada Highway 265 km west of Calgary, Alberta, Golden is home to Kicking Horse Mountain Resort.
The town of Kimberley and it's ski resort is located along the Powder Highway and is so close to the Canadian Rockies International Airport, that within 15 minutes travelers have gone from airplane seat to the chairlift.
Manning Park is a recreational paradise with Alpine and Nordic skiing in the winter; snowshoeing and exploring in the spring; hiking, camping, fishing and swimming in the summer; and boating and sightseeing in the fall.
Found on Vancouver Island, Mount Washington is located approximately 40 km west of Comox which is found on the east side of the Island. Stare at the Pacific Ocean from the chairlift!
Murray Ridge is one of B.C.’s best kept secrets. Enjoy a family friendly mountain located just outside of Fort James in central British Columbia
Nelson, B.C. is home to Whitewater Ski Resort, approximately 40 km north of Castlegar Airport along B.C.'s Powder Highway.
A full mountain village, Panorama is found just outside of Invermere along the Powder Highway - 275 km south-west of Calgary, or 135 km north of The Canadian Rockies International Airport.
Located in Northern B.C. along the Yellowhead Highway, Prince George is home to Powder King Mountain Resort, 740 km west of Edmonton, or accessible by flight into their airport.
This mountain resort and town that shares the same name is located along the Trans-Canada Highway, 410 km west of Calgary, or 200 km north of the Kelowna International Airport
Rossland plays host to one of Canada's oldest winter carnivals, and Red Mountain Ski Resort. Located 200 km north of Spokane, Washington, Rossland is along the Powder Highway.
Silver Star Mountain Resort is located within B.C.'s Okanagan, just 25 km outside of Vernon. Kelowna's International Airport is 75 km south of Silver Star.
With access to a wide range of Snowmobile Tour operators, Guides and Rentals, daily and multi-day tours Sledding in BC is a must. Secret states of powder, groomed trails, and terrain to match your abilities, there is something for everyone in BC.
Smithers, B.C. is home to Hudson Bay Ski Resort, found in Northern B.C. along the Yellowhead Highway. Smithers has a regional airport.
Sun Peaks Resort is a full mountain village located 60 km from Kamloops and its international airport.
Located on the Yellowhead Highway in northern B.C., Terrace is home to Shames Mountain Resort. It also has a regional airport
Troll Ski Resort was built by Lars Fossberg in 1972, and 30 years later it is still run by the family. Troll has developed into a great mountain, with 4 surface lifts and 1700 vertical feet of terrain.
Located on the very west coast of Vancouver Island, Ucluelet is a destination for winter storm seekers.
Wells may be small, but it is brimming with activity. Wells is a mining town and a centre for artists and outdoors enthusiasts. It is a surprisingly diverse town nestled in the mountains of the Cariboo.
Recognized as one of the world’s premier winter ski resorts, the Town of Whistler and its Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort is found 125 km north of Vancouver.
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