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For some skiers, Canada is a once in a lifetime ski destination, but for others it is the ultimate ski location to be enjoyed as often as possible.

In  western Canada’s mountain region, the adjoing provinces of British Columbia and Alberta contain a sprinkling of world class ski resorts. In Alberta's Rocky Mountains are BanffLake Louise and Jasper. While across in the coast mountains of BC's 'Sea to Sky Country'  sits the iconic Whistler.

Whichever ski resort you choose Canadian skiing offers a touch of luxury with first class ski conditions with wide tree lined pistes, knee deep immaculate snow and exceptional service with true warmth and friendliness. Once you have experienced Canadian Skiing it is easy to see why, anything less is a compromise. Put simply, Canada is the perfect skiing destination for any discerning skier.

Travel Health: Advise changes from time to time however so we ask that you ask your travel health expert (e.g. GP, practice nurse or travel clinic) to provide you with the most up to date information and vaccines to ensure your travels are safe and enjoyable. 

Travel Insurance: It is vital to ensure that all members of your party have adequate health and travel insurance cover, which includes cover for any ‘higher risk’ activities you are likely to take part in.

Entry Requirements: You will need to ensure you have correct documentation for your holiday including a full passport valid for the minimum period beyond your planned return date. If you're Holiday in Canada starts on or after 15th March 2016 you will need to apply online for a Canadian Electronic Travel Authorisation (eTA). You can apply now online at at a cost of CA$7. This will need to be done no less than 72 hours before departure. 

Travel Delay: Heavy snow storms are a regular occurrence during winter and can cause delay or change to travel arrangements. There is useful information and news on the Environnement Canada website

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Best for - Beginner (10/10), Intermediate (10/10), Advance (10/10), Advance (10/10)

Whistler has always been a favourite of the well healed for its huge vertical  challenges and the vastness of its ski area offering high open bowls, woodland trails, heli-skiing and of course the Whistler sliding centre for some extra adrenalin fuelled fun. This is definately a four season resort offering much for non skiers and summer visitors alike. The accommodations are luxurious, the restaurants are gourmet international and the spas are simply sublime.  Why not consider combining a ski holiday with a stay in the wonderful cosmopolitan city of Vancouver, sometimes described as“Manhatten with Mountains!” Here everything for a first class holiday is at your finger tips. Stunning scenery of sparkling water and majestic mountains, designer shopping, gourmet cuisine, fabulous live entertainment and of course the warmth of the Canadian people.

Whistler’s plentiful powder snow, luxury accommodation and marvellous terrain is why visitors feel compelled to book time and again.

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Best for - Intermediate (10/10), Advance (10/10), Advance (10/10)

Nestled deep in the Canadian Rockies and the stunning Banff National Park, is the quaint resort town of Banff. Deeply rooted in its mountain culture Banff was laid out for perfect views of Cascade Mountain. Skiing has long been a way of life in Banff. Banff has two ski stations on the doorstep, Sunshine Village and Mount Norquay, the lift pass is also combined with Lake Louise, so when you Ski the Big 3 you have 8000 acres of varied terrain for both skiers and snowboarders, all in the driest and lightest powder.

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Best for - Intermediate (8/10), Advance (10/10), Advance (7/10)

Lake Louise lies in the heart of the Rocky Mountains and the spectacular Banff National Park. Perfectly positioned close to the picturesque lake skiing and the Lake Louise Ski Resort. The wilderness is pristine and tranquil with roaming elk and big horn. The tiny hamlet of Lake Louise has only a handful of shops and the hotels providing restaurants and bars for apres ski relaxation.

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Best for - Intermediate (10/10), Advance (10/10), Advance (10/10)

Jasper National Park shimmers with glaciers and crystal clear lakes. It is stuffed with wildlife and towering, rugged mountain peaks. This is the location of the little town of Jasper and 20 minutes away the Marmot Basin Ski Area boasting great snow, 1,675 acres of varied terrain and dramatic Rocky Mountain scenery.

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