Canada is one of the world's leading ski holiday destinations, with around 300 ski centres, spread across the country.
Canada's ski areas hold a variety of distinguishing features in North American and world skiing. For example, Revelstoke and Whistler in British Columbia both offer the biggest lift served vertical drops in North America. Whistler also has the largest ski area in North America and the longest ski season for a major resort, using its glacier skiing to stay open nine months of the year.
With a fantastic selection of ski resorts to choose from, top quality snow and wide, groomed pistes, not to mention the breath taking scenery...Canada will not fail to impress.
Revelstoke is a new resort and is rapidly acquiring cult like status for it's steep terrain.
Banff and Lake Louise is one of Canada's largest ski areas, and one of the most beautiful ski regions in the world; the jagged peaks reflected in the clear glacier-fed waters of Lake Louise are perhaps the most stunning and memorable of a host of natural wonders.
Fernie is one of the best resorts within British Columbia for the big powder experience.
This quiet, family-friendly resort has a tiny traffic free centre resembling a 19th century mining town.
Is one of North America's newest resorts; that offers 30ft of annual snowfall and some of the steepest terrain.
Situated among the forests, glaciers, frozen lakes and waterfalls of the beautiful Jasper National Park.
The majority of accommodation in Big White is ski in/out making this a perfect family option, but this is also a great powder mountain too.
In recent years Whistler has been acknowledged internationally as one of the finest resorts in North America.