Located less than 150km from Ottawa, ON, and Montreal, QC, Mont Tremblant is covered with ski slopes suitable for novice, intermediate, and expert skiers. The steepest run is over 40 degrees, promising a high-adrenaline ride. Aside from the exciting ski action, you can enjoy high-quality après-ski dining, dog sledding, cross-country skiing, and even horse sleigh rides on Mont Tremblant.
Banff Sunshine is the highest ski resort in Canada and features the longest ski season in the country, running from mid-November to the end of May. Banff offers pristine ski slopes suitable for beginners, intermediate skiers, and experts. The adventurous, meanwhile, can hire a local instructor to test Banff's heart-stopping 60-degree run.
Intermediate and advanced skiers alike frequent Revelstoke, which boasts around 70 ski runs. Here, the longest run measures over 15km long, and the resort is home to North America's biggest vertical drop, which is over 1,700 meters long. Revelstoke's ski slopes are usually quiet outside weekends, and besides skiing, you can enjoy snowshoeing, paragliding, and dog sledding.
With its powdery snow and diverse ski trails, Golden, BC, offers first-class skiing, snowboarding, sledding, and snowshoeing. For jaw-dropping views of snow-capped mountain ranges, valleys, forested areas, and rivers, take a tandem skydiving or gliding tour. Golden is also a world-class ice climbing destination, featuring climbing spots of various difficulties. During your winter vacation on Golden Mountain, you can stay in cozy lodges, cottages, and cabins.
With snow that is usually deeper than in other ski resorts in Canada and even the world, Mount Washington is an outstanding ski resort. While climbing and descending the ski slopes, the Pacific Ocean and the Alpine scenery of the mountain will come into view. Of 60 ski slopes, ten are suitable for novice skiers, while about 20 are aimed at intermediate skiers. The rest of them are ideal for experts. Thanks to the maritime climate, winters are mild here, with the average temperatures dropping just below the freezing point.