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Top Easter Ski Resorts

posted November 17, 2014

Canada has some of the world’s most reliable snowfall, so there’s always great skiing to be had in the mountains. With resorts perfect for both skiers and snowboarders of all levels, it’s clear why Canada is a favourite destination for so many. Why not try an Easter ski holiday in Canada this year?

Ski holidays in Canada offer the perfect combination of breath-taking scenery, amazing terrain, world-class après ski and fantastic powder snow. With regular flights to Vancouver and Calgary throughout the winter season and short onward journeys, a ski holiday in Canada is much closer than you think!

Here are our recommended destinations for a top Canadian ski holiday this Easter…


Sunny skiing in 7th heaven

Whistler is consistently ranked North America’s number one mountain resort, and it’s easy to see why. With two beautiful mountains to enjoy, world-class skiing and snowboarding, as well as fantastic après, dining and nightlife, this resort offers something for everyone.

The two mountains, Whistler and Blackcomb, are connected by the amazing Peak2Peak Gondola – meaning you can ski both mountains in one day! Enjoy a mountain-top breakfast and be the first to make tracks on the morning’s fresh snow – with over 200 marked trails, 3 glaciers and alpine bowls, it’s no wonder Whistler is a top choice for Easter skiing!



Banff is one of Canada’s true highlights where you can enjoy skiing or snowboarding the ‘Big 3’ – Mount Norquay, Sunshine Village and Lake Louise, with a total of 274 runs. This is a resort perfect for couples, families, and groups of friends – catering for all abilities! With over 8,000 acres of beautiful terrain, a buzzing town centre, and fabulous après ski, shopping and restaurants, Banff literally ticks every ski holiday box!

Lake Louise

Lake Louise1

Lake Louise itself is one of the most stunning ski resorts in the world, with spectacular mountain ranges and breath-taking views. As one of North America’s largest ski resorts, with more than 4 mountain faces, it’s no wonder so many visitors are keen to ski and snowboard here. For those less inclined to spend all day on the slopes, the tranquil atmosphere of the resort is perfect for enjoying a coffee or après drink, whilst admiring the surrounding scenery.

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