This is a place where the laundromat's magazine rack includes the latest ski magazine. Its Nordic ski tracks extend for 64 kilometres - all lit up nightly. Kimberley is an ideal stop for families and skiers looking to rip up some glades and surf some sweet snow. The convenience of getting here includes arriving by air at the Canadian Rockies International Airport, 20 kilometres from Kimberley. That puts you on the chairlift within 20 minutes.
Night skiing, fat bike tours, snowshoe tours, cross country skiing.
RCR Card, M.A.X. Pass.
Daily 9:00 - 4:00 pm
Night skiing - Thursday through Saturdays 5:30 pm – 8:30pm
68 runs plus 12 in the glades. They boast the best combination of beginner's areas, long intermediate trails, and exciting glades and steeps.
1 quad chair, 1 triple chair, 1 double chair, a T-bar and a magic carpet.
Kimberley is located in the heart of the East Kootenays, in Southeast British Columbia.
Drive time from major centres include: 4 hours from Calgary, 7 hours from Edmonton, 11 hours from Vancouver, 2.5 hours from Kalispell, Montana. and 4 hours from Spokane, Washington. Keep your eyes open, there is plenty of wildlife along the way including Elk, Big Horn Sheep, Deer and Moose.
The nearest airport is located in Cranbrook, a 20-minute drive away. Shuttle service is offered. The Cranbrook airport can be accessed via connector flights from Calgary, Alberta., Edmonton, Alberta., Vancouver, B.C. Flights also arrive from US airports. The Calgary International Airport is a busy hub for international travel. Rental cars are available within the airport complex. Shuttle service to Kimberley from either airport is available.
The Kimberley Ski Shuttle will take you into Kimberley to explore the dining opportunities in town.
Greyhound Bus will bring you to Kimberley from Calgary or Vancouver.