Where to Go
Where to go

Not sure what ski areas are close by? Check out our ski area search to find not only what ski areas are near you but also for great information like ski area details, statistics and even what services and programs they offer.
About the Canadian Ski Council

The goal of the Canadian Ski Council is to increase participation in recreational snowboarding, alpine and cross-country skiing in Canada.
Toronto Snow Show

Whether you’re an avid double diamond skier, skilled backcountry boarder or a new participant to the sport, the Toronto Snow Show (formerly the Toronto Ski, Snowboard & Travel Show) offers everything you need to make your slopeside experience complete!
Ski Area Search
Ski Area Search

Home to over 250 amazing and unique ski areas all with different types of terrain, difficulty levels and atmosphere. Canada has a ski area for everyone!
Go Skiing Go Snowboarding
Go Skiing Go Snowboarding

Ready? Set? Go! - Everything you need to get started, get back into the sport or just general information on skiing and snowboarding. A must read!

British Columbia – Ski Areas

Apex Mountain Resort

Apex Mountain Resort remains one of the hidden gems of Canadian skiing. Located a short 30 minute drive from Penticton, BC, Apex is a full service destination resort with quality snow, great weather, incredible terrain, and friendly people.

Baldy Mountain Resort

Baldy is located on the south side of Mount Baldy in South Okanagan, just north of the Canada-US border. Baldy has a base elevation of 5,650 feet above sea level, which is 2,000 feet below the mountain peak.

BC’s Best Apres-Ski Cocktails

Après-ski is an integral part of ski and snowboard culture and some resorts around British Columbia are taking this off-slope activity very seriously.

Big White Ski Resort Ltd.

Big White Resort, located in British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley, boasts some of the best snow in all of Canada. Big White features 118 ski and snowboard trails spread out over 2,765 acres of skiable terrain, serviced by 16 lifts.

British Columbia’s Powder Highway Entices Skiers and Boarders

In British Columbia's Kootenay Rockies, nature looms large. Here, wild landscapes and granite monoliths have long drawn adventurists — in the late 1800s, it was prospectors in search of gold; today, it's pioneers of a different sort, many bearing skis and boards, and a hunger for fresh powder.

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