Major resorts in Canada

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Stoneham

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Small, but sheltered ski area with slopes suitable for all and a choice of staying at the base or in the city

Sun Peaks

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Sun Peaks has a friendly, attractive small village that has been developed since the mid-1990s. And recent expansion of the ski area means that Sun Peaks is now the second biggest ski area in Canada –…

Sunshine Village

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Most people skiing Sunshine are based in Banff, a 20-minute bus-ride away – though you can stay at the main mid-mountain lift base. It’s a long gondola ride from the valley, so staying up here saves…

Tremblant

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Tremblant is eastern Canada’s main destination resort and it attracts quite a lot of Brits. But for keen piste-bashers the limited slopes don’t really match the appeal of the cute and lively little…

Whistler

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Whistler is unlike any other resort in North America. In some respects – the scale, the high bowls and glaciers, the scenery, the crowds – it is more like an Alpine resort. But like most resorts on…

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