The Best Ski Trips in Canada

Spoiler alert: we love trips. And with 137 participating ski destinations in the Canadian Lift Pass program, the ski and snowboard trip possibilities are endless. Whether you’re looking to ski new slopes in your backyard or jet set across the country to experience something new, we’ve highlighted some of our favourite trips that can be done with Canadian Lift Pass packages.

The Golden Goose

 

Taking your Gold passes to BC offers some excellent options, but none better than a trip to Sun Peaks, Revelstoke, and Silver Star.

  • Closest airport: Kamloops
  • Total distance: 653km (Kamloops Airport –> Sun Peaks -> Revelstoke -> Silver Star -> Kamloops Airport)
  • Drive time: 8h 10m roundtrip
  • Ski areas: 3
  • Total vertical drop: 3,355m
  • Total number runs: 336

Have a little extra time? Tack on Big White and Apex Mountain to complete the Western High 5!

  • Additional drive time: 4h 10m (Fly out of Kelowna)
  • Additional vertical drop: 1387m
  • Additional number of runs: 195

 

Hi Ho Silver Away!

Eastern Canada reins supreme for Silver ski areas, with Ontario and Quebec offering countless options. Here are two of our favourite circuits:

Ontario

 

Our four-day Ontario trip includes the perfect blend: private skiing, stay and play options, and a little village nightlife – Mansfield Ski Club, Blue Mountain Resort, Mount St. Louis Moonstone, and Skyline Horseshoe Resort.

  • Ski areas: 4
  • Total distance: 137km (Mansfield -> Blue -> Mount St. Louis -> Horseshoe)
  • Drive time: 2h
  • Total vertical drop: 600m
  • Number of total runs: 125

Quebec

 

The Eastern Townships have a lot to offer, including great skiing. One of our favourite trips includes Mont Sutton, Mont Orford, and Bromont, montagne d’expériences.

  • Ski areas: 3
  • Total distance: 96km (Mont Sutton -> Mont Orford -> Bromont)
  • Drive time: 2h
  • Total vertical drop: 1,358m
  • Number of total runs: 215

 

The Bronzer Brush Rush

 

With a pocket of 7 ski areas located within a 20km radius (and only an hour’s drive from Montreal), we can’t choose which of Quebec’s ski areas to choose. So you can plan your own adventure and let us know how you used your Bronze passes in Quebec!

Sommet Morin Heights, Ski Mont Habitant, Sommet Saint-Sauveur (versant Avila), Sommet Olympia, Ski Chantecler, Centre de ski Belle Neige, Vallée Bleue Ski Centre

  • Ski areas: 7
  • Total distance: 46km
  • Drive time: 1h
  • Total vertical drop: 1,490m
  • Number of total runs: 200

Plan your adventure with Canadian Lift Passes, but hurry: prices go up on September 1st and quantities are limited!

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