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Canada is a huge country spread through numerous time zones and stretching so far north that half of the world’s polar bears inhabit its Arctic wastes. In skiing terms the country has built a reputation for friendly people, being much more welcoming at the airport than its beleaguered neighbour south of the border, and generally offering slightly better value too.

With a few notable exceptions, Canada’s ski resorts have risen to world attention over the past few decades, later than the other leading ski nations. The reasons for this are many, but creating easy air and road access to some of the world’s snowiest regions, and then persuading people to come visit is a big part of it. 

Our guide to skiing in Canada

Ski Resorts in Canada

Banff ski resort skiing



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The classic ski town of Banff has three classic ski areas to choose from, all with a great reputation for reliable snow and exciting terrain. Closest is Norquay, but Lake Louise and Sunshine are the bigger options.

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Lake Louise Ski Resort

Lake Louise


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The Lake isn’t so great in the winter, when it’s frozen and grey, but the ski area, quite a distance from it, is magnificent. Vast, snow-sure and pure fun, the views from the slopes are among the world’s best.

Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort



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One of the world’s most successful ski areas of the past two decades, because its superbly designer, has great facilities, North America’s biggest ski area and now the 2010 Winter Olympics under its belt.

Accommodation From £150 per night

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