10 Tips for Planning Your Best Western Canada Ski Holiday

The Canadian Ski Council is excited to partner with SnowSeekers to bring you stories and inspiration about booking a snow-filled adventure you won’t soon forget.

If you’ve never planned a ski holiday before it might seem daunting with all decisions that need to be made. Where to ski or board? What kind of gear to pack? Which airport to fly into? What kind of accommodations to book? Should you take lessons?

We’re here to help. Western Canada is a massive ski region with many resorts, but we’ve helped narrow down the choices with the help of two ski industry pros with more than 40 years’ experience.

The SnowSeekers’ story by Doc Pow and Powder Matt offer 10 tips that will answer all of your questions – for everything from how to save money (hint: book early) on a ski holiday, how to keep your ski days easy and breezy, and how to pick the best resort for the type of skiing or boarding you want.

Get a jump on planning your Western Canada ski holiday with SnowSeekers.ca on everything from how to pack to where to ski and stay.

What other tips do we have for your Powder Highway escape?

  • How and what to pack
  • Which resorts suit your crew or family
  • The BC resorts have the best snow and deals

All you have to do is show up with your game face on and ready to plow through the powder you’ve been dreaming about.

 

 

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Start planning your SkiBC holiday here.

Will you choose the Powder Highway, the Interior, or the Coast?

There are deals to be had at resorts, including Blackcomb Whistler and RCR resorts Fernie Alpine Resort and Kicking Horse

 

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