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Fernie Alpine Resort

The Fernie Alpine Resort receives an amazing 29 feet of snowfall every year and with 5 bowls it offers the best bowl skiing anywhere in the Canadian Rockies. Fernie's also well known as the site of the comedy "Hot Tub Time Machine" starring John Cusack. Most people go to Fernie for the powder and the over 100 runs ranging from novice to expert.

Find Incredible Skiing

The longest run is more than three-miles long and guests can enjoy premier tree and glade skiing along with some of the most challenging terrain anywhere in British Columbia. However, less experiences skiers and riders will discover plenty of intermediate and beginner trails for every level of skiers and snowboarder. There are also slopes specifically designed for first timers as well. Fernie is one of the top 10 fastest growing resorts in North America according to many ski magazines, so now is an excellent time to look for ski coupons, lodging deals and discount lift tickets to make it an affordable vacation.

Off the Slopes

Fernie is designed for families and features many special programs just for children's après ski entertainment. The family-friendly resort offers special programs, classes and activities to be enjoyed with kids or for the kids to enjoy without the parents. From sleigh rides to Geo-caching, which is GPS enabled treasure hunts in the snow, Fernie offers many great activities and adventures for families on vacation.

The small town of Fernie is an option for great lodging and dining. It’s a fantastic mountain town that caters to guests who love the snow and the great outdoors. Rental homes are extremely popular in the area and many are available throughout the winter months. The Fernie Alpine Resort and the famous British Columbia powder are just a few reasons why people come back to the area year after year. With some of the deepest natural snow in the Kootenay Rockies and five amazing bowls ensures that there is no shortage of private homes for rent, villas, ski chalets, resorts, condos and typical resort hotels are available as well.

Getting Here

Getting to Fernie isn't difficult with the wide array of shuttles, taxis and buses that travel the 3 hours back and forth to the Calgary International Airport. It is also possible to rent a car from the airport and travel to the resort.

Ski Vacation Deals

The variety of terrain and the huge number of trails makes Fernie Alpine Resort an ideal ski vacation destination in British Columbia. It’s an unforgettable winter ski destination and with all the deals and discounts available now is the time to take advantage of the fantastic saving and ski discounts that Fernie Alpine Resort in British Columbia has to offer.

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