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CANADA SKIING? SIMPLE.

Canada’s snow-covered peaks were made for skiing. From the Laurentian Mountains in the east to the Rocky Mountains in the west, the dramatic landscape is a haven for skiers and snowboarders alike. Whether you’re a novice or a seasoned pro, a ski holiday to Canada will never disappoint. You can discover picturesque pistes in spectacular places, with several of the country’s ski resorts nestled in World Heritage Sites and pristine national parks.


In many ways, Canada ski holidays offer more choice than their European counterparts. The long snow season gives you a greater selection of dates – most ski resorts are open from early December until the end of April – and the colder temperatures mean snow is guaranteed. The powdery slopes themselves boast with wide, tree-lined runs. And the pretty alpine towns have a variety of accommodation, most of which is a much higher standard than that in Europe. Whether you opt for a stylish chalet or a cosy hotel, you can expect thoughtful touches like bubbling hot tubs and mountain-view restaurants.

In Western Canada, the Rockies provide fantastic skiing. The provinces of Alberta and British Columbia are home to world-famous resorts, including Jasper, Whistler and Lake Louise. Sprawling Whistler has dozens of pistes for all abilities, while Banff’s Sunshine Village has gentle slopes which are perfect for beginners. Elsewhere, Jasper’s snow park and deep gorges are popular with snowboarders.

Or you could head east for your Canada ski trip. In Quebec, Tremblant is a great option for families, as the town is largely pedestrianised. Plus, thanks to its easterly location, you can enjoy the scale and snow of a Canadian ski resort, without the lengthy journey – a flight from London to Montreal takes just over seven hours.  

To top it all off, Canada ski holidays offer plenty more activities besides. If you every fancy a break from the slopes, you can try dogsledding, go snowshoeing, or explore this winter wonderland on a snowmobile. However you want to spend your time, our Travel Specialists will help you plan the perfect getaway.

Whistler ski holidays

Banff ski holidays

Jasper ski holidays

Tremblant ski holidays

Whistler ski holidays

Officially called Whistler-Blackcomb, this place is the largest ski resort in the whole of North America – so it’s a very popular choice for Canada ski holidays. More than 200 tree-flanked runs weave their way across a whopping 8,100 acres, covering both Whistler Mountain and Blackcomb Mountain. The two are connected by the Peak-2-Peak gondola, which is the world’s longest and highest unsupported lift. So, even before you start skiing, you can expect stunning views.

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Meanwhile, at the foot of the mountains, Whistler Village has all sorts of accommodation. You can take your pick from luxury hotels, swish chalets and self-catering apartments. Whistler’s dining scene is varied, too, ranging from casual pubs and pizza joints, to Japanese restaurants and oyster bars. And the après scene ticks all the boxes, with chilled-out taprooms, family-friendly bars and late-night karaoke.

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Banff ski holidays

It goes without saying that Canada skiing holidays serve up spectacular vistas. But, of all the places to go skiing in North America, we think Banff is the most picturesque – which perhaps isn’t surprising, when you consider that it was also Canada’s first national park.

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A UNESCO World Heritage Site in the province of Alberta, Banff is home to three ski areas – Lake Louise, Mount Norquay and Sunshine Village. In terms of abilities, Sunshine Village’s gentle slopes are best for beginners, while the other two resorts are ideal for experienced skiers and snowboarders. You can buy a lift pass to access all three areas, though, and the trio are connected by regular buses. So, wherever you stay, you’ll have easy access to the slopes.

When you’re not leaving grooves through fresh powder, you’ll find plenty more activities in Banff. You could go on a guided walk through an ice canyon, soothe your tired muscles in a natural spring, or watch a game of ice-hockey in one of the town’s bars.

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Jasper ski holidays

Marmot Basin in Jasper is one of Canada’s best ski resorts. You’ll find it in the heart of the Rockies, just a three-hour drive northeast of Banff. Small but perfectly formed, this petite ski area has just 90 runs – but it’s one of the highest in the country, so you’re guaranteed fantastic snow.

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Beginners will love Marmot Basin’s green and blue pistes, while the snow park’s jumps and rails are great for boarders. If you’re an advanced skier, why not test your mettle on the Tres Hombres? Built in 2018, this vertical, north-facing slope is made up of five intense runs – and it’s not for the faint-hearted.

There are lots of other things to do in Jasper, too. You can go dogsledding or, for a change of pace, why not don a pair of snowshoes and go hiking through the trees? Or you could go on a guided wildlife tour in search of wild elk and moose.

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Tremblant ski holidays

If you’re a big fan of France’s ski resorts, you’ll love Mont Tremblant. In French-speaking Quebec, this easterly spot oozes European charm – from its authentic French restaurants, to the bakeries’ freshly-baked croissants. And the skiing itself is brilliant. Tremblant is the biggest ski resort in Eastern Canada, with about 110 pistes. It was specifically designed and built to be a ski resort, too, so the village is car-free and most hotels are ski-in, ski-out.

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Fancy a pamper session after a day on the slopes? Make your way to Scandinave Spa. Tucked away in the woodland, this tranquil retreat has hot tubs and saunas. And, if you’re feeling brave, you can even go for a bracing dip in the ice-cold river.

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Whistler ski holidays

Whistler ski holidays

Officially called Whistler-Blackcomb, this place is the largest ski resort in the whole of North America – so it’s a very popular choice for Canada ski holidays. More than 200 tree-flanked runs weave their way across a whopping 8,100 acres, covering both Whistler Mountain and Blackcomb Mountain. The two are connected by the Peak-2-Peak gondola, which is the world’s longest and highest unsupported lift. So, even before you start skiing, you can expect stunning views.

Show More
Show Less

Meanwhile, at the foot of the mountains, Whistler Village has all sorts of accommodation. You can take your pick from luxury hotels, swish chalets and self-catering apartments. Whistler’s dining scene is varied, too, ranging from casual pubs and pizza joints, to Japanese restaurants and oyster bars. And the après scene ticks all the boxes, with chilled-out taprooms, family-friendly bars and late-night karaoke.

Show More
Show Less

Banff ski holidays

Banff ski holidays

It goes without saying that Canada skiing holidays serve up spectacular vistas. But, of all the places to go skiing in North America, we think Banff is the most picturesque – which perhaps isn’t surprising, when you consider that it was also Canada’s first national park.

Show More
Show Less

A UNESCO World Heritage Site in the province of Alberta, Banff is home to three ski areas – Lake Louise, Mount Norquay and Sunshine Village. In terms of abilities, Sunshine Village’s gentle slopes are best for beginners, while the other two resorts are ideal for experienced skiers and snowboarders. You can buy a lift pass to access all three areas, though, and the trio are connected by regular buses. So, wherever you stay, you’ll have easy access to the slopes.

When you’re not leaving grooves through fresh powder, you’ll find plenty more activities in Banff. You could go on a guided walk through an ice canyon, soothe your tired muscles in a natural spring, or watch a game of ice-hockey in one of the town’s bars.

Show More
Show Less

Jasper ski holidays

Jasper ski holidays

Marmot Basin in Jasper is one of Canada’s best ski resorts. You’ll find it in the heart of the Rockies, just a three-hour drive northeast of Banff. Small but perfectly formed, this petite ski area has just 90 runs – but it’s one of the highest in the country, so you’re guaranteed fantastic snow.

Show More
Show Less

Beginners will love Marmot Basin’s green and blue pistes, while the snow park’s jumps and rails are great for boarders. If you’re an advanced skier, why not test your mettle on the Tres Hombres? Built in 2018, this vertical, north-facing slope is made up of five intense runs – and it’s not for the faint-hearted.

There are lots of other things to do in Jasper, too. You can go dogsledding or, for a change of pace, why not don a pair of snowshoes and go hiking through the trees? Or you could go on a guided wildlife tour in search of wild elk and moose.

Show More
Show Less

Tremblant ski holidays

Tremblant ski holidays

If you’re a big fan of France’s ski resorts, you’ll love Mont Tremblant. In French-speaking Quebec, this easterly spot oozes European charm – from its authentic French restaurants, to the bakeries’ freshly-baked croissants. And the skiing itself is brilliant. Tremblant is the biggest ski resort in Eastern Canada, with about 110 pistes. It was specifically designed and built to be a ski resort, too, so the village is car-free and most hotels are ski-in, ski-out.

Show More
Show Less

Fancy a pamper session after a day on the slopes? Make your way to Scandinave Spa. Tucked away in the woodland, this tranquil retreat has hot tubs and saunas. And, if you’re feeling brave, you can even go for a bracing dip in the ice-cold river.

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Show Less

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