Canada Ski Holidays Whistler, Tremblant and Fernie

Canada Ski Holidays Whistler, Tremblant and Fernie

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Below we have listed Canada’s top ski holiday destinations including Whistler, Tremblant and Fernie, which are three of the best ski resorts in the world.

As with the USA, the travelling time from the United Kingdom can be levelled against Canada as a reason for remaining in Europe for your skiing holiday.

However, if you can get beyond this concern, there is no doubt at all that Canada plays host to some of the best ski resorts in the world.


There is no better place to start than Whistler, the number one ski resort in North America. If you are looking for a resort that offers everything for your ski holiday in Canada, look no further than Whistler.

It has an incredible 8,171 acres of marked piste with over 200 separate marked runs. This is balanced between standards nicely with 20% of slopes for beginners and 25% for experts.

The resort is just 75 miles north of Vancouver, the capital of Canada and is made up of two main areas, Whistler village and Blackcomb. Whichever of these resorts you stay at, the pedestrianised streets provide easy access to the multitude of slopes and lifts and at night access is easy to an extensive range of shops, restaurants, bars and nightclubs which cater for every desire.


Tremblant is just about the most easily accessible resort in Canada from the UK. It is a good sized resort with the usual range of pistes and après ski. What really sets it out from the crowd is its location in the French sector of Canada near Quebec. This means it has a friendly Canadian nature but also has that unique French feel that you may have thought you could only find in the Alps!


We like Fernie and have highlighted it as we do think it is worth letting you know about good resorts that do not suffer from lift queues and cluttered slopes. It is popular with British skiers and is particularly appealing for serious skiers who are at an advanced level and just want to get on with their skiing!

Canada is a huge country and often the sheer number of resorts available puts people off, even if they are not concerned about the travelling. Hopefully we have clarified this situation for you and made it that bit easier to go transatlantic for your next ski holiday!