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Western Canada Ski Hotels and Accommodations

Whistler, BC

Canadian hospitality comes first at these phenomenal lodges throughout Whistler. Choose from a variety of our favorite hotel and condo options with ski-in/ski-out access, unforgettable pools, and one-of-a-kind views for your ski vacation at this phenomenal mountain. As the largest resort in North America, Whistler is consistently ranked in the top 5 for North American resorts selected by industry magazines such as SKI, SKIING, Powder, TransWorld Snowboarding and more. Stay close to the slopes in any one of our hand-picked lodging options in the area, available at the best rates....Read more

West Vancouver, BC

Offering a unique blend of mountain and city culture, the Cypress Mountain lodging extends into Northern Vancouver. Drive across the Lions Gate Bridge to explore Stanley Park, downtown Vancouver, and the Granville Island market or drive thirty minutes to the base of the mountain. The Cypress Mountain lodging options include a range of beautiful brand name hotels close to the waterfront. Turn your trip into a vacation. Choose from our hand-picked selection of lodging close to the resort with staff picks based on local insight....Read more

Sun Peaks, BC

Sun Peaks Resort boasts Canada's second largest ski area with heaps of the light, dry powder Interior British Columbia is famous for. Guests enjoy award-winning downhill skiing, snowboarding and cross country skiing in the winter. Summer activities include hiking, golfing, downhill and cross country mountain biking, and North America's first Mountain Cross Cart course! Sun Peaks ski resort's European-style village is nestled at the base of three mountains; Tod Mountain, Sundance and Mt. Morrisey. The ski resort village offers a wide selection of accommodations, restaurants and shopping boutiques to suit a variety of tastes....Read more

Banff, AB

Sunshine Village, close to the town of Banff, is Canada's highest resort and gets an average annual snowfall of over 30 feet covering over 3,300 acres of terrain in both Alberta and British Columbia. Check out the world famous Delerium Dive if you like steep, deep skiing. This area of the Canadian Rockies is breathtaking and highly recommended!...Read more

Lake Louise, AB

Spectacular scenery awaits at Lake Louise with uniquely beautiful terrain that is both vast and varied. The wilderness is pristine and inspirational. Located in the heart of majestic, historic Banff National Park, Lake Louise is truly legendary and offers world class terrain. With 4200 skiable acres, Lake Louise is one of the largest ski areas in North America. The unique layout allows families and groups of varying abilities to ski together; there are beginner, intermediate and expert runs down from every chair. Beginners and intermediate skiers have access to an abundance of gentle slopes and long cruising runs. Experts can explore endless chutes, glades, gullies and remote bowls in some of the Rockies' most challenging terrain....Read more

Jasper, AB

Just 20 minutes south of Jasper, Alberta in the Canadian Rockies, Marmot Basin offers four mountain faces of heavenly powder from November to early May. You can start your day on the long, winding, novice runs or in the alpine bowls, but make sure you catch your breath on the crowd-free slopes because there won’t be lift lines waiting for you. With three new lifts in the past three years your best chance to share a story and meet the locals will be in one of our three day lodges. Ski area amenities include quality ski/snowboard rentals, a world-class Snow Sports School, a Terrain Park, the Little Rascals Nursery, and the Outer Limits Retail Shop to provide skiers and snowboarders everything they need. We customize group outings for all ages and abilities – from unique Parks Canada led on-mountain school programs at the Marmot Basin Learning Centre to inspiring retreats. Visit Marmot Basin for an authentic Canadian ski experience. Watch us on YouTube http://youtu.be/Tb_EnwzHvYU....Read more

Golden, BC

Kicking Horse is one of the hidden gems of interior British Columbia in the Canadian Rockies. Located 2.5 hours west of Calgary, nestled between the Purcell and Rocky Mountains in the heart of British Columbia, Kicking Horse Mountain Resort offers 2,800 skiable acres, 4 alpine bowls, 7,133 vertical feet, 128 runs, jaw dropping scenery and North America’s highest 5 star restaurant. That’s just the start. Boasting the longest vertical drop in the Canadian Rockies, Kicking Horse Mountain Resort has 4,133 feet (1,260 meters), and something for everyone. Often compared to Jackson Hole, Kicking Horse has some massive terrain, but is also a wonderful place to learn to ski or hone your blue-square skills. A great destination for adrenaline junkies and families alike, Kicking Horse should definitely be on your list of resorts to visit this year....Read more

Revelstoke, BC

The rising star of Canada! Every year, more than 8,000 helicopter and snowcat skiers from around the world flock to Revelstoke, BC, Canada, attracted by its perfect powder and varied alpine terrain. Now there is another way to ski or snowboard Revelstoke's Mount Mackenzie - Revelstoke Mountain Resort. Upon completion, the resort will offer more than 20 lifts and over 100 ski and snowboard runs, transforming the area into a world-class destination. The $1-billion, four-season resort will be completed over 15 years and will include over 5,000 new housing units (1,500 resort condominiums, 2,000 hotel suites, 850 townhomes and 550 single-family lots), as well as more than 500,000 square feet of commercial and retail space, plus a signature golf course. With Revelstoke lift skiing, Revelstoke Cat Skiing, and Selkirk Tangiers Helicopter Skiing, Revelstoke Mountain Resort is a one-stop destination for lift, snowcat, and helicopter skiing....Read more

Fernie, BC

Mountains of a Snow, Mountains of Adventure! Experience 37 feet of powder per season, an authentic Canadian ski town and discover why the World Snow Awards named Fernie the Best Ski Resort in North America.

Banff, AB

Ever flown down a snow-covered hill with the wind rushing through your hair and looked down to see an inflated tube? If not, you should try it. Whether you’ve never touched skis or a snowboard, or just want to try something different, snow tubing is a great way down the hill. Our snow tube park, the first in the Banff area, has a magic carpet and large sliding lanes to go down along with your group of friends or your family. It’s a unique way to enjoy the slopes, and another reason to call Norquay home this winter....Read more

Kananaskis, AB

Nakiska is a ski resort with 6 ski lifts, 64 trails, and 785 acres in southern Alberta. Those who enjoy groomed cruisers will very much find a place in their heart for Nakiska. 70% of Nakiska is for intermediates, with an even split of ability levels amongst the remaining terrain. A terrain park, grooming, snowmaking, daycare, ski/snowboard school, equipment rental, and other amenities complete Nakiska’s offerings....Read more

Rossland, BC

All tickets on Liftopia, unless otherwise noted, are listed in United States Dollars. RED Mountain is the last great, unspoiled resort. Located in Rossland, BC, along the famous "Powder Highway," RED delivers 4,200 acres of pristine skiing unfettered by overdevelopment. For 2013-14, we've added nearly 1,000 acres of mostly-intermediate terrain on Grey Mountain, an entirely new peak. (Well, OK, Grey's been there for millions of years, but without runs or lifts on it.) With 300"/7.6m of annual snowfall, wide-open groomers, epic vertical (2,919ft/890m!), in-bounds cat-skiing, 360 degree descents off select peaks, a rich tradition, and -- phew! -- the BEST tree runs in BC, it's no wonder The NY Times voted us their #8 "Best Place in the World to Visit in 2013." Other accolades include #1 in Powder's "Ski Town Throwdown," and "Most Underrated Resort" by Skiing. Around here, we pride ourselves on fresh turns that you don't have to fight for… Aside from the legendary skiing and snowboarding, RED boasts world-class cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating, movie nights and après action in Rafters, "North America's Best Ski Area Bar" according to Powder Magazine (and us…). Modern ski in/out lodging, fine dining, a professional ski school, guiding, high-performance rentals, day care that's just steps away from gourmet espresso, and a free shuttle to Rossland round out our offering. With Rossland's turn-of-the-century charm and our legendarily friendly locals, RED Mountain Resort is the full vacation package: Everything you need. Nothing you don't. (The only fluff we offer is our snow!)...Read more

Nelson, BC

Whitewater. Pure, simple and real…DEEP. Located along Canada’s famous Powder Highway, high above the incomparably authentic mountain city of Nelson, British Columbia, Whitewater Ski Resort offers a world-class skiing and snowboarding experience — embraced by a rare but legendary combination of irresistible small-town hospitality and stunning metropolitan culture. Serviced by four lifts including the new 2044 vertical foot Glory Ridge Triple, Whitewater’s terrain has doubled in size over the last year, offering family-friendly slopes, remarkable steeps and tree-skiing and endless backcountry for every level of off-piste adventurer....Read more

North Vancouver, BC

Grouse Mountain is a full service winter resort directly north of Vancouver, British Columbia, with 5 ski lifts, 26 trails, and 212 acres. Grouse Mountain has 88% either intermediate or expert terrain. Grouse Mountain main appeal however is its pure uniqueness as a secluded skyline accessible ski resort with many activities. During the 2010 Winter Olympics, the resort was open 24/7 and was the base for many Olympic activities and broadcasts. Some of the activities Grouse Mountain provides include fine and casual dining, night skiing, lessons, snowshoeing, equipment rental, ice-skating, sleigh rides, and more....Read more

Kimberley, BC

Kimberley, located in southeastern British Columbia, is a ski resort with 8 ski lifts and 80 trails and 1,800 acres. Kimberly has 4 distinct areas of the mountain. The black diamond areas have great and extended glades, chutes, and bowls, covering 35%. Intermediates will find the most terrain with 45% of the terrain. Novices aren’t left out with free reign in one area and a total 20% of the mountain. Kimberley offers night skiing, grooming, snowmaking, ski lessons, equipment rental, daycare, onslope dining, lodging, a rail park, and more....Read more

Silver Star Mountain, BC

You can easily fall in love with Silver Star’s fairytale village. Inspired by a typical nineteenth century British Columbian mining town era with Victorian architecture, this town is a true winter wonderland. Brightly coloured store fronts and boarded sidewalks provide a unique ambiance that radiates fun, enthusiasm and excitement for the whole family. Guests are attracted to the warmth and safety of the town where service and friendliness are as honoured as the values of a time gone by. It’s the size of your smile that counts at Silver Star....Read more

Kelowna, BC

Unless otherwise noted, prices on Liftopia are in US Dollars. “It’s the Snow!” is our motto at Big White Ski Resort. In a typical year, Mother Nature blesses Big White with over 700 centimetres (that’s 24.5 feet) of champagne powder. From our immaculate cruising runs and alpine bowls to the world-famous “Snow Ghosts” (frosted trees caked with snow) Big White provides an exhilarating ski and snowboarding experience for beginners and experts alike. Five powder bowls, 118 marked runs, and endless lines through the trees are just waiting for you!...Read more