November 26, 2019

Easily accessible along the famous Powder Highway in southern British Columbia and situated along the borders of Alberta and the state of Montana, Fernie Alpine Resort’s massive snowfalls are just the beginning of what’s known as the ‘Fernie Factor’. This passionate, historic ski town receives up to 37ft of powder a season and Fernie’s five legendary bowls, endless thigh burners and charming atmosphere make for a truly unforgettable experience in the heart of the Canadian Rockies.

Over 140 trails, 3,550ft of jaw-dropping vertical and light, soft powder is waiting to make you grin from ear to ear in Fernie’s enormous bowls. If your toughest decision is deciding where to start, no need to worry. Their skillfully trained ski guides are well seasoned in the steeps and deeps, ready to share their knowledge and expertise so you can dig into the mountain’s best snow pockets and shred the slopes.
 


Adventurous souls are rewarded with stunning views from all areas of the mountain, so go ahead and explore over 2,500 acres of skiable terrain. Your experience can be as challenging as you want – from gentle, rolling runs and groomed cruisers to some of Canada’s most extraordinary bowls, glades and chutes – making Fernie the perfect resort for skiers and riders of all ability levels. Come see why locals ski and ride the biggest vertical and most bowls in the Canadian Rockies.

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