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The Whistler Blackcomb ski resort stretches across two mountains, the Whistler Mountain and the... more
Big White is one of the largest ski resorts in British Columbia and in Canada.
The Panorama ski resort is one of the largest in Canada with more than 120 slopes. The Taynton... more
Fernie is one of the largest ski resorts in Canada. The slopes stretch across five different bowls... more
Area-wise, Lake Louise is the largest ski resort in Alberta.
The Mont Tremblant ski resort is one of the largest resorts in eastern Canada. It is the largest... more
Silver Star is one of the largest ski resorts in British Columbia and is also one of the five... more
Sunshine Village is the second largest ski resort in Alberta after Lake Louise and is one of the 10... more
Cypress Mountain is the largest of the three Vancouver ski resorts and stretches across Black... more
The Revelstoke Mountain Resort is a medium-sized ski resort in North America. It stretches across... more
The Kicking Horse ski resort is one of the 10 largest in Canada. It offers four large bowls with... more
The Kimberley ski resort stretches across four mountain faces: North Star Mountain, Tamarack Ridge,... more
The Castle Mountain ski resort stretches across three mountain ridges and is a medium-sized ski... more
The Mont Blanc ski resort is considered to be one of the mid-sized ski areas in Quebec.
The Mont Saint-Sauveur ski resort is directly connected to Mont Avila and is considered one of the... more
Mount Seymour is the smallest of the three ski resorts above Vancouver and is also considered a... more
The Grouse Mountain ski resort is considered a small ski area. It is located above Vancouver and... more
Mount Norquay is the smallest ski resort of Banff-Lake Louise. In general, it is also considered a... more
This snow-covered ski hill on the outskirts of Calgary is considered a small ski area.