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12 Top-Rated Ski Resorts in Canada, 2023!

Whistler Blackcomb: Whistler Blackcomb, owned by Vail Resorts, is Canada’s premier ski resort with world-class skiing and facilities.

  1. Lake Louise Ski Resort: Lake Louise, in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, and less than an hour from the town of Banff, is one of Canada’s most well-known resorts.
  1. Sunshine Village Ski and Snowboard Resort: Located in Banff National Park, not far from the town of Banff, Sunshine Village is heavenly on a sunny day.
  1. Big White Ski Resort: Big White is known for awesome powder days, wide-open views, an abundance of intermediate runs, as well as a good mix of beginner and expert terrain.
  1. Revelstoke Mountain Resort: Located in the interior of British Columbia, about a 2.5-hour drive from the city of Kelowna, Revelstoke is a little more difficult to get to than some resorts but well worth the effort.
  1. Sun Peaks Ski Resort: Sun Peaks is Canada’s second largest ski area, after Whistler but is still largely unknown outside of Canada and even one of the lesser-known resorts within Canada.
  1. SilverStar Mountain Resort: SilverStar Mountain Resort is a family focused resort with a charming village at the base of the slopes.
  1. Kicking Horse Mountain Resort: Lesser known on an international scale, Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, outside of Golden, BC, is a three-hour drive from the city of Calgary, and is frequented by both families and hardcore skiers.
  1. Red Mountain Resort: This out-of-the-way ski resort in the interior of British Columbia has long been a favorite with advanced and expert skiers and known particularly for its awesome tree skiing.
  1. Fernie Alpine Resort: Fernie Alpine Resort is a great ski vacation option for almost anyone.
  1. Mont Tremblant Ski Resort: Although the province of Quebec produces some of Canada’s best competitive skiers, skiing in this province is still one of Canada’s great secrets.
  1. Blue Mountain Resort: Blue Mountain Ski Resort, a little over two hours north of Toronto, is one of the top ski resorts in Ontario.


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