Activities

Prolonged stay and don't want to ski everyday? Someone in your group doesn't ski or ride? Not a problem. Alberta and British Columbia resorts offer up a number of activities for everyone to enjoy – both on-hill and off.  Whether it's fat biking at Silver Star, snow shoeing at Lake Louise, ziptreking at WhistlerBlackcomb or night tubing at Kinosoo Ridge, our ski hills, big and small, have you covered. Check out these stories below and discover more off-slope activities to enjoy.

Destinations

 

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...

 

One of the world's top mountain destinations, Banff is located 130 km west of Calgary and its international airport. Norquay Ski Resort is minutes...

 

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...

 

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

 

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...

 

Smithers, B.C. is home to Hudson Bay Ski Resort, found in Northern B.C. along the Yellowhead Highway. Smithers has a regional airport serviced by Air...