Fernie, British Columbia, is one of National Geographic Adventure's 25  Best Ski Towns. Comparable to Whitefish, Montana.

National Geographic: World’s Best Ski Towns - Spotlight on Fernie, British Columbia, Canada

Check out the blog "72-Hour Adventure in Fernie" http://adventurefreelancer.com/2015/72-hour-adventure-in-fernie/#prettyPhoto.  Photo & blog by Jeff Bartlet Photography.

Check out the blog "72-Hour Adventure in Fernie" http://adventurefreelancer.com/2015/72-hour-adventure-in-fernie/#prettyPhoto. Photo & blog by Jeff Bartlet Photography.

Cracking write up in 'Mountain Life', featuring our sponsored skier Caleb Brown.  Photo & story by Abby Cooper. Check it out on page 94. http://www.mountainlifemag.ca/flipmag/gb/latest/#94

Cracking write up in 'Mountain Life', featuring our sponsored skier Caleb Brown. Photo & story by Abby Cooper. Check it out on page 94. http://www.mountainlifemag.ca/flipmag/gb/latest/#94

Fernie Free Press' special Tourism Feature has been released.  Check out the article about Fernie Alpine Resort on page 5!  http://issuu.com/thefreepress/docs/celebrating_tourism_in_fernie_2015

Fernie Free Press' special Tourism Feature has been released. Check out the article about Fernie Alpine Resort on page 5! http://issuu.com/thefreepress/docs/celebrating_tourism_in_fernie_2015

The Most Underrated Ski Resorts in North America: Fernie puts up more consistent snow than Whistler, and warmer temps (an average of 25 F), than nearby Banff, which means more of the light, fluffy powder known as champagne, and more often. Sure, the resort is smaller, but only relative to giants like Whistler. Fernie has more expert terrain than most other resorts have in total, including five back bowls that are usually buried — with up to 37 feet of snow per season

The Most Underrated Ski Resorts in North America

The Most Underrated Ski Resorts in North America: Fernie puts up more consistent snow than Whistler, and warmer temps (an average of 25 F), than nearby Banff, which means more of the light, fluffy powder known as champagne, and more often. Sure, the resort is smaller, but only relative to giants like Whistler. Fernie has more expert terrain than most other resorts have in total, including five back bowls that are usually buried — with up to 37 feet of snow per season

Article in the Fernie Fix Magazine about Fernival 2014

Article in the Fernie Fix Magazine about Fernival 2014

Fernie featured in the Top 10 Best Mountains You've Never Skied

Fernie featured in the Top 10 Best Mountains You've Never Skied

Fernie Alpine Resort daylodge on IMDB for Hot Tub Time Machine!

Fernie Alpine Resort daylodge on IMDB for Hot Tub Time Machine!

"Slightly Random and Biased Opinions On Fernie's Five Bowls" http://ferniefix.com/blog/slightly-random-and-biased-opinions-fars-five-bowls

"Slightly Random and Biased Opinions On Fernie's Five Bowls" http://ferniefix.com/blog/slightly-random-and-biased-opinions-fars-five-bowls

Great White Heights at Fernie Alpine Resort http://www.mountainonline.com/great-white-heights-fernie/

Great White Heights at Fernie Alpine Resort http://www.mountainonline.com/great-white-heights-fernie/

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