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Fernie, Canada

Resort height: 1067
Highest lift: 1925
No. of lifts: 10
No. of slopes: 107
Total piste length: 2504 acres
Snowboard parks: To suit all standards
Glacier: No
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Fernie - A Powder Paradise

Fernie’s award-winning ski area lies just four miles from the town of Fernie. This fantastic terrain offers some of Canada’s most challenging skiing and enough snow annually to cover a three-storey building. With the historic mining town of Fernie nearby, its warm and friendly atmosphere and next-to-no crowds,all in all you have a perfect choice for your next ski holiday. Guests can choose between ski-in/out accommodation on the mountain or stay in Fernie town.

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Featured Accommodation

Stanford Inn
Property: Stanford Inn Resort: Fernie
Type: Hotel & Condominium Rating: ISL star ratingISL star ratingISL star ratingISL star rating Sleeps: 225
The Stanford Inn offers an excellent choice of Lodge rooms or hotel rooms and condos in a separate complex. Fantastic value for money. - Indoor pool with waterslide, sauna and 2 ... more

Fernie Snow In

Skiing & Boarding In Fernie

Un-crowded, powder filled slopes is what is found at Fernie all season long. Hidden away in the heart of the Canadian Rockies, Fernie has something to offer all levels with flat, cruising runs towards the bottom, and steep alpine chutes at the top which will challenge even the most advanced skier. Beginners should head to the Mini and Mighty Moose chairs to take advantage of the lower mountain. The Deer and Elk chairlifts access some lovely open rolling pistes. Intermediates can enjoy The Lizard and Cedar Bowls before heading to the Timber Bowl Express and White Pass Quad for some new heights. The complimentary mountain host tour starts at 09:30hrs and 13:00hrs from the base area. This is well worth doing to make the most of the mountain. The more advanced have a wealth of tough chutes, glades, bumps and deep powder to keep them happy for days and days! There are over 22 new runs above the trees off the POlar Peak lift. Ski off the summit of one of the highest peaks in the Lizard Range.

Après-ski In Fernie

Fernie is a relaxed and unpretentious resort with a few busy après bars at the bottom of the slopes; mainly centred around the Powder Horn Bar at the Griz Inn which sometimes has live bands. The old town of Fernie just 5km away, linked by an efficient bus service from the mountain, has a more extensive après scene allowing you to party on late into the night. The Infinitea Tea Bar has live music and events on through the season. The Brickhouse has lovely open booths, an open kitchen and great music. There is something for everyone in Fernie.

Fernie Webcam

Thanks to the marvel of the internet you can now see conditions in the resort yourself using the webcam below. This webcam is provided courtesy of Ski Fernie.
Webcam courtesy of Ski Fernie
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