Ski Chalets in Canada
Canada has a deserved reputation as a fabulous ski holiday destination. It’s easy to see why;
A superb snow record, coupled with large ski areas are a good start. Service is always delivered with a smile, the Canadians are some of the friendliest people around and it also helps that they speak English as their first language.
Add to that reliably excellent snow conditions; heli-skiing and cat-skiing that allow you to access the backcountry powder; wide, well-maintained pistes and modern lift systems – all in all, everything you need to enjoy superb skiing with something for every ability level.
Skiing in Canada is possible on both the West and East coasts. Although the journey from the UK to the east coast is shorter, the snow can be less reliable and so at Chaletline, we offer accommodation in British Columbia only. We have carefully selected the very best hotels and ski chalets in Canada to ensure your holiday is the best it can be.
Our catered ski holidays in Canada can be taken in any of 21 properties in Whistler and Banff – two very different resorts that offer the best of skiing in Canada. Our team can help you find your perfect ski holiday accommodation in Canada.
Skiing in Whistler
The twin mountains of Whistler and Blackcomb make up this massive ski area. There are over 200 pistes, 37 lifts and 17 mountain restaurants to enjoy. Whistler is widely regarded as one of the best ski resorts in the world, let alone North America. With almost 12 metres of annual snowfall, it’s easy to see why!
Skiing in Banff
Banff is located in the middle of a national park in the Rocky Mountains and offers spectacular views and scenery everywhere you look. This is a ski resort in the wilderness, where wild elk and moose wander through town. Banff gives you access to the three mountains included in the Tri Area lift pass – Lake Louise, Mount Norquay and Sunshine Mountain. The three regions are linked by a very efficient bus service.
Check our wide range of ski chalets and hotels in Canada by using the resort links.