Rockies

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.

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.
 

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.

Located along the Trans-Canada Highway 265 km west of Calgary, Alberta, Golden is home to Kicking Horse Mountain Resort. 

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.

"The Shine" as locals call it, is approximately 15 minutes outside of Banff or approximately 155 km west of Calgary. On mountain accommodations are available.

Known as one of the world's most picturesque ski resorts, Lake Louise can be found 180 km west of Calgary.

Jasper can be described as one of Canada's most authentic ski towns. Home to Marmot Basin Ski Resort, Jasper is located in the Canadian Rockies about 365 km west of Edmonton. Or at the end of the Icefield Parkway - rated as one of the most scenic drives in the world. 

Approximately 260 km south-west of Calgary, Castle offers an exciting ski experience that includes one of two cat-ski operations in the province.

An ideal mountain base camp, Canmore is located approximately 75 km west of Calgary and is home to many winter adventures.