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Kicking Horse

Kicking Horse, Canada

Snowmaking machines: Some
Resort height: 1190m (3,900ft)
Highest lift: 2448m (8,033ft)
No. of lifts: 5
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Kicking Horse - Untouched Blankets Of Snow Make For Eerily Quiet Skiing.

Surrounded by national parks and with a regional population of only 8,500 Kicking Horse is one of the world's more remote locations for skiing and snowboarding. Originally only accessible by helicopter new developments have allowed the experience of soaring mountains, swathed in blanket white to be reached at an affordable price.

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Featured Accommodation

Vagabond Lodge
Property: Vagabond Lodge Resort: Kicking Horse
Type: Hotel Rating: ISL star ratingISL star ratingISL star ratingISL star rating Sleeps: 2
This boutique lodge is situated in a prime location in Kicking Horse village steps away from the lifts. Family owned and operated this lodge exudes canadian national park charm and ... more

Kicking Horse Snow In

Skiing & Boarding In Kicking Horse

The resort has a hardcore reputation, and many a skier or rider has been humbled here. there is 3,000 acres of skiable terrain with an annual snowfall of about 30 feet! The locals who rip it up are impressive. As with many other resorts with steep terrain, the avalanche danger at Kicking Horse is ever present, so ski and ride with care and respect for the mountain. Tucked up against the Rockies, on the other side of the pass to Lake Louise, the resort benefits from its location by often missing wetter weather that can plague its southern neighbours. It gets dumped on with snow, though it can be a heavy, technical powder.

Après-ski In Kicking Horse

The local bars such as Corks at the Copper Horse Lodge lets you get chatty with local beers, wine and contemporary music. For a bird's-eye-view, drinks and starters the Eagle's Eye at the summit (Friday and Saturday) won't dissapoint. Local Hero in the Highland Lodge is a traditional Scottish pub with a cosy atmosphere to sit and have a dram or two.

Kicking Horse 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 snoweye.
Webcam courtesy of snoweye
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