SKIING IN Canada

INTERESTING FACT NO.4
INTERESTING FACT NO.4

80% of all alcohol consumed in Canada is beer.

INTERESTING FACT NO.12
INTERESTING FACT NO.12

In 1971 Revelstoke BC received 2446.5cm of snow – or 81 feet.

INTERESTING FACT NO.8
INTERESTING FACT NO.8

There are 1453 airports in Canada.

From the might of Whistler Blackcomb in the west to the picturesque Mont-Tremblant in the East, Canada has a vast array of ski resorts with no shortage of great snow, dramatic scenery, incredible terrain and quaint villages.

The bulk of the resorts are clustered in British Columbia. Beyond Whistler there’s some incredible skiing at Sun Peaks, Revelstoke, Silver Star, Big White, Kicking Horse, Fernie and Red Mountain, among others.

In Alberta, the picturesque town of Banff boasts two world-class resorts in Sunshine Village and Lake Louise as well as the family friendly Norquay – the scenery here’s on steroids with glaciers, steep mountains, valleys and lakes as far as the eye can see.

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