Welcome to picturesque Canada
State-of-the-art, well maintained, and easy to get to ski resorts
Millions of people each year come to ski in Canada. Many of the more popular resorts, such as Whistler, Banff and Mont-Tremblant, offer not just outstanding skiing but year-round reasons to visit, like hiking trails, spas, fine restaurants, hotels and shopping. Skiing out west – for the most part – means British Columbia and Alberta; out east, Quebec is the most popular ski destination though Ontario and the maritime provinces have some ski resorts.
The caliber of skiing in Canada is comparable to the best around the world.
Whistler features two majestic mountains, epic skiing and snowboarding conditions, four championship golf courses, hiking trails, and arguably the best mountain bike park in the world.
Mt. Norquay, The Lake Louise Ski Area and Sunshine Village. The three resorts offer almost 8,000 acres of skiable terrain on one convenient, tri-area lift ticket. There’s terrain to suit every level and desire, from gentle groomed runs to some of the world’s most extreme in-bounds challenges. Our unique inland location guarantees the dry, light snow that we’re famous for – and plenty of it.
Lake Louise has become symbolic of the quintessentially Canadian mountain scene. This alpine lake, known for its sparkling blue waters, is situated at the base of impressive glacier-clad peaks that have long been at the heart of Canadian mountaineering.
Featuring a dazzling array of lakes and trails, gourmet restaurants, charming bistros, exclusive boutiques, nightclubs and the Casino de Mont-Tremblant.
From downtown Vancouver, you can see the snowline creep down the North Shore mountains in late fall, signalling that it’s time to tune up the skis and the snowboard.
Club Med Charlevoix, Québec
To the north of the city of Québec is the brand new Mountain Resort on the continent of America, offering a new skiing experience: the chance to hurtle down the slopes with a breathtaking view of the St Lawrence River!