Category: Expert Guides

Your Insider Guide to Skiing British Columbia

​British Columbia is home to some of the world’s best ski resorts. Its mountain ranges outrank many others in terms of snowfall, and Canada’s westernmost province is blessed with plenty of fresh powder days and one of the longest ski seasons in North America. From off-the-radar haunts like Revelstoke to the more well-known Whistler, every… Read more »

​Canada’s Legendary Ski Circuit: The Powder Highway

​The pièce de résistance when it comes to skiing the finest champagne powder in Canada, British Columbia’s Powder Highway is a circular route passing through the Kootenay Rockies that includes eight alpine ski resorts. At Frontier Ski, we feature some of the best, with each of the following six resorts offering excellent stand-alone ski holidays.… Read more »

​Canada’s Best Ski-in, Ski-out Resorts

​Offering a seamless experience, ski-in/ski-out resorts are located close to the lifts or sometimes directly on the slopes. Often the first to book up, their convenience is an advantage for anyone who wants to maximise their time on the snow, as you will find yourself at the nearest chairlift in the blink of an eye.… Read more »

​Where To Ski In Spring: Whistler​ Or Banff?

​There are plenty of reasons to opt for a late season spring ski holiday – fewer crowds, shorter lift lines, cheaper accommodation rates and the opportunity to participate in the end of season festivities, for example Banff Sunshine’s Slush Cup.  And, with less people and soft snow warmed by the sun, this is the perfect… Read more »

Feel The Festival Vibe On Your Ski Holiday

​British Columbia’s Whistler Blackcomb and Alberta’s SkiBig3 resorts, including Banff Sunshine, Lake Louise and Mount Norquay, are world class ski and snowboard destinations. They also offer fabulous events throughout the season, with opportunities for you to ski, celebrate, and on some occasions compete, all in the one holiday. An added plus for skiers who are… Read more »

​North America Has A Ski Resort For Everyone!

​North America’s ski resorts cater to all levels of experience, and even non-skiers who are travelling in the group. Focused on families, intermediates, experts and travellers who won’t be hitting the slopes, our guide features the best places to go. Best For Families: Whistler Blackcomb, British Columbia ​While Whistler is on the list of many… Read more »

Your Guide To Skiing Canada’s Big 3

​Located within Canada’s Banff National Park, the SkiBig3 area offers one of the world’s most breathtaking mountain escapes, the surrounding area more than earning its reputation as a world class ski and snowboard destination. In this southwestern slice of Alberta, you have Banff Sunshine, Lake Louise Ski Resort and Mount Norquay – each one offering… Read more »

The best ski resorts in Canada

Canada has lots to offer with lots of information on all of these great resorts available we wanted to put together a list of our favourite resorts based on our own personal experiences. British Columbia Whistler An ideal place to start skiing in Canada is Whistler. Easily accessed with direct flights from London – Vancouver… Read more »

Revelstoke: Ideal for luxury extreme skiing.

A resort that maybe doesn’t get the attention it deserves when talking about Canadian skiing is the stunning resort of Revelstoke. I’m not a fan of cliches like “hidden gem” but it is hard to talk about Revelstoke without using that exact phrase. The best way to get to Revelstoke is to fly with Air… Read more »