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Ski BC, Canada

Situated within easy access of the sandy beaches and big city amenities of downtown Vancouver are thousands of acres of alpine skiing, snowboarding, and a wide range of winter sport venues for all levels of ability. Host region for the 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympic Games, British Columbia offers an amazing array of world-class options throughout the province. The 2022 Ski Season is shaping up to be an exciting time, with mounds of fresh snow on Mt Seymour Ski Resort, Cypress Mountain Resort and Grouse Mountain Resort overlooking the city, as well as a multitude of nearby mountain resort locations. World-renowned Whistler Blackcomb will also be host to the 29th annual Whistler Pride & Ski Festival this year, with a hybrid list of events being celebrated, with all the current advisories and safety measures in place.

Grouse Mountain

Just 15 minutes from downtown Vancouver is the fabulous Grouse Mountain Resort known as The Peak of Vancouver. This incredible mountaintop area offers a vast array of services and activities including skiing, snowboarding, ice-skating, sleigh rides, shopping, dining and more. All this is yours to enjoy after experiencing the breathtaking one mile aerial journey via the Grouse Mountain Skyride: Grouse Mountain Resort

Mount Seymour Resort

Mount Seymour Resort is one of three ski resorts overlooking the city of Vancouver, and the Pacific Ocean. Night skiing is popular with young people and the resort is located just 30 minutes from the city. Visit their website for more: Mt Seymour Resort 

Cypress Mountain Resort

The largest of the gorgeous ski resorts overlooking Vancouver, Cypress Mountain Resort offers 53 named alpine ski runs and 19 km of cross-country trails. Pre-purchase tickets online to save: Cypress Mountain Resort


Whistler Blackcomb


Whistler Blackcomb, a world renowned, world-class ski resort located within two hours of downtown Vancouver, is easily accessed by car, motor coach or rail. Whistler Blackcomb and it's resort partners are regularly rated #1 in North America on numerous levels by such prestigious publications as Conde Nast Traveler, and Freeskier Magazine, among others. Over 7,000 acres of ski-able terrain on Whistler and Blackcomb mountains can be reached directly via lifts, just steps from major hotels. Whistler Blackcomb is world-class in every sense, with fabulous accommodations, excellent restaurants and pubs, a thriving nightlife scene, and shopping galore. Visit our Whistler Page to get all the details for the Whistler Pride & Ski Festival 2022 and more. 



List of other Ski Resorts in British Columbia
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Above two Photos courtesy of Tourism Whistler
Apex Mountain Resort, Hedley BC: Apex Mountain 
Big White Ski Resort, Kelowna BC: Big White
Fernie Alpine Resort, Fernie BC: Fernie Resort
Hudson Bay Mountain, Smithers, BC: Hudson Bay Mountain
Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, Golden BC: Kicking Horse
Kimberley Alpine Resort, Kimberley BC: Kimberley Resort
Manning Park Resort, Manning Park BC: Manning Park
Mt Baldy Resort, Okanagan BC: Mt Baldy
Mt Washington Alpine Resort, Vancouver Island: Mt Washington
Panorama Mountain Resort, Panorama BC: Panorama Resort
Powder King Mountain Resort, Pine Pass BC: Powder King
Red Mountain Ski Resort, Rossland BC: Red Mountain 
Revelstoke Mountain Resort, Revelstoke BC: Revelstoke Resort
Sasquatch Mountain Resort, Agassiz BC: Revelstoke Resort
Silver Star Mountain Resort, Okanagan BC: Silverstar Resort
Sun Peaks Resort, Sun Peaks BC: Sun Peaks Resort

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