Canada has some of the best skiing resorts in the world from the rocky mountain resorts of Banff and Canmore to the highly popular resort of whistler in British Columbia,these resorts in winter have only one thing on there mind and that is to give the skier the time of there lives and you will not be disappointed. EasyVacationPlanning helps you to find the best-rated Canadian ski destinations.
Canmore and Banff in Alberta stand at the gate way to the rocky mountains in both towns there are plenty of accommodation from high class hotels to the more down to earth hotels that cater for the family to the bed and breakfast establishments, you will have to book early as these winter resorts soon fill with skiers from all over the world,at the other end of the rockies we have Jasper a small town but a town that has some of the best skiing slopes in Canada again you must book Early as it is popular with skiers coming from all over the world
What and were are the ski slopes in the rocky mountains,of course the slopes are not in the towns of Canmore and Banff you will have to travel from these towns to the slopes a few miles,Castle mountain is the first ski mountain with its fine powder snow and miles of wide open ski runs there are 67 trails and 1,400 acres of skiing runs,the next is fortress mountain with over 945 acres of ski runs,then we have the diamond of all ski runs the Lake Louise with some of the best scenery that you will find in the world with four mountain faces and over 4,000 acres of ski runs this mus be one of the best in the world.
Then we move to British Columbia to the resort of Whistler just a short 2 hour drive from Vancouver this resort offers the skier all that they need hosting the next winter Olympics this skiing location must rank as the best in the world, Blackcombe Mountain says it all with the highest vertical and the most ski able terrain that any skier could want.
The town of whistler has every thing that you want if you are skiing a good hospital for the ones that will get hurt good shops to shop in on the days that you will not be skiing good accommodation good food and fine beer and wine what more could one want from skiing.
But the rockies and whistler are not the only skiing resorts there are many more that we forget about,on the East coast of Canada there are plenty of slopes.
All these can be found in Ontario.
Then move across and we find many more in BC places like.
We tend to forget these ski resorts and only think of the ones that are well known,but Canada boasts of many fine ski resorts,just what you expect from a country that is so diverse.