The home of the Rocky Mountains, British Columbia boasts 13 premier ski resorts and attracts skiers from all over the world. BC's ski resorts are renowned for their snowfall, trail quality and on-mountain accommodations. These in-demand ski destinations can make for an expensive getaway, and with so many options, the booking process can require a lot of research.
Below, I've listed the best BC ski resorts and included my picks for the on-site accommodations that offer the best value for your travel style.
This resort is a winter wonderland. Every snow activity is available here: downhill skiing, snowboarding, Nordic skiing, heli-skiing, snowshoeing, tubing, tobogganing and snowmobiling. With a vertical of 1,220 meters, this mountain offers some of the steepest ski runs in BC. Unlike Whistler and Sun Peaks, this resort also offers night skiing.
Accommodations at this resort are quite varied, from townhouses to hostels. Choose an Upper Village location for better access to skiing, while the Lower Village area features most of the self-contained accommodations like condos and townhouses. Most accommodations include free parking and allow pets.