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Advanced skiing/freeriding Fernie

Test result5 out of 5 stars

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The evaluation is done as follows


Advanced skiing/powder snow skiing Fernie

The Fernie ski resort is a paradise for advanced skiers. The difficult slopes stretch across five different bowls (individual mountain sections of varying difficulty levels) and the Polar Peak. At the Polar Peak, there are exclusively difficult/extremely difficult slopes that lead down over steep cliffs and chutes. These are a challenge even for advanced skiers. Only very secure skiers should attempt the Currie Headwall. Each of the bowls offers excellent powder slopes that will make hearts beat faster.


Information for advanced skiers, freeriders
  • very many freeride/deep snow areas
  • very many mogul slopes
  • many extremely difficult, steep and unprepared runs (Double Diamonds)


Most difficult run
  • Polar Peak · Length 0.7 km · Elevation difference 250 m

General note: Always mind the avalanche warnings and barriers, please. Never ski into a closed and unsecured area.


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