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Okotoks, Alberta T1S 1A2
855-875-7700 Front view of the hotel

Fernie Alpine Resort

Fernie Ski Resort

Fernie Ski resort is one of the best ski resorts in British Columbia is renowned for its superb natural snow conditions. Snow arrives at the end of November and stays well into April with an annual average snowfall of 875 cm (29 feet).

Fernie resort has over a hundred defined trails, five alpine bowls and acres of tree skiing test your skills. Experts are never bored gliding through glades, dropping off ridges, checking out chutes or making first tracks in the powder.

Fernie Alpine Resort

Cedar and Lizard bowls offer terrain that will entice intermediates to try off-piste and glade skiing. The lower mountain at Fernie Alpine resort is a beginners delight with wide open slopes and winding trails.

Fernie Mountain Resort

You are transported to a different world at Fernie Mountain Resort. Crowds and glitz are left behind and you enter the land of friendly smiles, big snowbanks, peaceful Fernie mountain scenery.

The guest services department now offers many adventure alternatives for the whole family to enjoy. Choose from horse-drawn sleigh rides, dog sled rides, snowmobile tours, torchlight run & barbecue as well as activity nights for the kids. Also, you are always welcome to take a complimentary tour with the Fernie Mountain Resort Hosts offered every day of the season.


TRAIL RATINGS

 Easiest:         30 % 
 More Difficult:  40 % 
 Most Difficult:  30 % 

MOUNTAIN STATISTICS AT FERNIE SKI RESORT

Base Elevation:        3,500 ft    (1,067 m) 
Summit Elevation:      6,316 ft    (1,925 m) 
Vertical Drop:         2,811 ft    (857 m) 
Skiable Area:          2,504 acres (1,014 hectares) 
Annual Snowfall:       348 in      (884 cm) 
Snowmaking:            1 % 
Number of Lifts:       10 
Uphill Lift Capacity:  13,716 per hour 
Types of Lifts:
    4 Surface Lifts
    2 Triple Chairs
    2 fixed grip quad chair
    2 high speed quad chair 
Number of Trails:      106 
Longest Run:           16,370 ft   (4,990 m) 

CONTACT INFORMATION

Telephone:   250 423-4655 
Snow Phone:  250 423-3555 
Facsimile:   250 423-6644