Ski and Snowboard at Fernie This Winter!

37ft of annual snowfall, and 2,500 acres of skiable terrain. If numbers alone don't convince you why Fernie should be your next winter destination, how about these reasons.
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Did I already mention how much powder we get here?  •Photo Credit: henrygeorgi.com/

Steeps slopes, bountiful snow and stunning sights are all hallmarks of winter in Canada. Here are 5 Canadian winter adventures to add to your bucket list.

Timber Bowl - Hollywood. Probably the most audacious entrance into the Timber Bowl. Just off the top of the Timber Chair, under watchful eyes of the public.  Definitely experts only territory.

Probably the most audacious entrance into the Timber Bowl. Just off the top of the Timber Chair, under watchful eyes of the public. Definitely experts only territory.

A breathtaking ride above a cloud inversion on our highest chair lift to Polar Peak.

A breathtaking ride above a cloud inversion on our highest chair lift to Polar Peak.

Up high with henrygeorgi.com looking down at the Five Legendary Bowls in the Lizard Range. Photo Credit: http://www.henrygeorgi.com/

Ski Fernie BC Canada for a great all round ski resort. Fernie Alpine Resort is renowned for great powder and a variety of skiing and snowboard terrain.

Timber Bowl. There's always more than one way to tackle a run here at Fernie. Get creative with the terrain, and have fun on the way down. Skiier: Tom Gibson. Photo: Vince Mo (www.mofotophotography.com)

There's always more than one way to tackle a run here at Fernie. Get creative with the terrain, and have fun on the way down.

Timber Bowl - Plenty of easier ways to make your way into Timber Bowl. Tombstone is one of the more head turning methods. Rider: James Hyland. Photo: Vince Mo (www.mofotophotography.com)

Timber Bowl - Plenty of easier ways to make your way into Timber Bowl.

Lizard Bowl. Just of the top of the Bear Chair. Groomers, Tree runs, hidden powder stashes, gullies, cat track jumps.... Explore the bowl to know where to find them.... or go on a FREE Mountain Tour.

Just of the top of the Bear Chair. Groomers, Tree runs, hidden powder stashes, gullies, cat track jumps. or go on a FREE Mountain Tour.

Cheesecake and and hot chocolate at Kelsey's down at the resort base. Photo: henrygeorgi.com

Cheesecake and and hot chocolate at Kelsey's down at the resort base. Photo: henrygeorgi.com

The Griz Bar is open til 12am on Friday and Saturday for late night après. Live music is a popular feature. Keep and eye on our Facebook page for updates. Photo: Vince Mo (www.mofotophotography.com)

The Griz Bar is open til 12am on Friday and Saturday for late night après. Live music is a popular feature. Keep and eye on our Facebook page for updates. Photo: Vince Mo (www.mofotophotography.com)

Hammerhead. The adventurous way to drop into Cedar Bowl. Rider: Jack Dobson. Photo: Vince Mo (www.mofotophotography.com)

Hammerhead. The adventurous way to drop into Cedar Bowl. Rider: Jack Dobson. Photo: Vince Mo (www.mofotophotography.com)

Looking into Currie Bowl, options are plentiful. Trees, gullys, cliffs. Even take the mellow Currie Powder groomer for a fun run to base. The Polar Peak Chair gets you right to the peak of the Resort at 7000ft, where you can even drop back into the Old side in Lizard Bowl. Photo: Vince Mo (www.mofotophotography.com)

Looking into Currie Bowl, options are plentiful. Trees, gullys, cliffs. Even take the mellow Currie Powder groomer for a fun run to base. The Polar Peak Chair gets you right to the peak of the Resort at 7000ft, where you can even drop back into the Old side in Lizard Bowl. Photo: Vince Mo (www.mofotophotography.com)

White Pass Chair - On a cloudy day, it truly lives up to the name. On a clear day....well, see for yourself. Photo: Vince Mo (www.mofotophotography.com)

White Pass Chair - On a cloudy day, it truly lives up to the name. On a clear day....well, see for yourself. Photo: Vince Mo (www.mofotophotography.com)

The New Transceiver Training Basin, just off the Timber Chair near Heartlands is open and free for public use. Get to grips with you new backcountry gear, and practice your transceiver skills here!

The New Transceiver Training Basin, just off the Timber Chair near Heartlands is open and free for public use. Get to grips with you new backcountry gear, and practice your transceiver skills here!

Once a week on Saturdays we host Night Skiing on the Mighty Moose. An opportunity for families to head out together and get a few more turns in under a lit up run. Maybe end the evening with a bite to eat or a warm drink at one of close by restaurants.

Once a week on Saturdays we host Night Skiing on the Mighty Moose. An opportunity for families to head out together and get a few more turns in under a lit up run. Maybe end the evening with a bite to eat or a warm drink at one of close by restaurants.

Curry Bowl - Right side off the top of the White Pass Chair. People often wait for ski patrol to give the all clear and drops the line, allowing a surge of people to charge into untouched powder. Rider: Nick Heaton. Photo: Vince Mo (www.mofotophotography.com)

Curry Bowl - Right side off the top of the White Pass Chair. People often wait for ski patrol to give the all clear and drops the line, allowing a surge of people to charge into untouched powder. Rider: Nick Heaton. Photo: Vince Mo (www.mofotophotography.com)

Stay toasty by the Slopeside cafe open firepit. It's overlooking the Mighty Moose Lift so parents can keep an eye on the little ones whilst they warm up with a coffee. Try the Pho, too. It's tasty Photo:  abbydellphotography.com

Stay toasty by the Slopeside cafe open firepit. It's overlooking the Mighty Moose Lift so parents can keep an eye on the little ones whilst they warm up with a coffee. Try the Pho, too. It's tasty Photo: abbydellphotography.com

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