British Columbia is a genuine winter wonderland. Some might say BC gets some of the best snow in the world, as on average the snowfall hundreds of inches. With some of the most famous ski destinations in the world, what some say might actually be true, but it is up to you to find out. William Bailey Travel Reviews this beautiful and exciting destination for travel.
Whistler is on every single skiers bucket list. Located on the coast of British Columbia, it offers some of the best skiing and snowboarding in all of North America. There is over 8,000 acres of slopes to tackle, 16 alpine bowls to try and master all your snowboarding tricks, and 3 glacier. If that’s not enough to pique your interest, what not add some half pipes and a vertical rise? It is a winter lover’s dream destination of outdoor adventures and consistently ranks in the number one spot of best mountain resorts. You can ski where the 2010 Olympians had their downhill skiing events. That is quite the feather in your cap.
Located in the south of British Columbia is where you will find the more family friendly resorts with skiing available for all levels. There are four major resorts to choose from, Silver Star, Big White, Sun Peaks and Apex Mountain. The family friendliest of them is Silver Star and Big White. They offer amazing kids programs to bring out the future Olympic skier in your offspring, or maybe just have them ripping down the hill ahead of you in no time. Apex Mountain has been named as the best small mountain ski resort and has all the amenities you could possibly need. Sun Peaks offers the best value with affordable lodgings and ski passes.
Skiing in British Columbia can now be crossed off your bucket list of must ski destinations. It hopefully holds true as one of the best in the world, and that you and your friends and family will come here again and again to enjoy.