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Major resorts in Canada

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Big White

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‘It’s the snow’ says the Big White slogan. And as slogans go, it’s spot on. If you want a good chance of skiing powder on reasonably easy slopes, put Big White high on the shortlist. If you want…

Fernie

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Fernie has long had cult status among the residents of Calgary, and we have also had a good flow of reports from enthusiastic British visitors impressed by the adventurous skiing – it’s mostly ungroomed,…

Kicking Horse

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Kicking Horse was developed from a small local hill in 2000, when a long gondola was built accessing two high, powder-filled bowls – previously heli-skiing country. There were great ambitions to turn…

Lake Louise

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If you care more for scenery than for après-ski action, Lake Louise is worth considering as your Rockies base. We’ve seen a few spectacular mountain views, and we reckon the view from the Fairmont Chateau…

Le Massif

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One of Québec’s small but scenic ski areas, with eastern Canada’s biggest vertical

Mont-Ste-Anne

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Largest ski mountain in eastern Canada with some impressively steep terrain and convenient base ‘village’

Panorama

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A purpose-built Intrawest resort with an unusual mountain – not many lifts, but a sizeable area and an impressive vertical

Red Mountain Resort

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This resort has gradients as steep as you can handle and powder to please

Revelstoke

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Revelstoke has long been known as a heli-skiing base, but it became a ski resort for the rest of us only in 2007/8. A gondola and two fast chairs have transformed its little local ski hill into a serious…

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