Top Attractions

There are so many things to do in this area. From vigorous outdoor activities to relaxation and luxury. We’ve put together a list of the “Must Do’s” for your visit.

Fernie Alpine Resort

Your stay in Fernie isn’t complete without exploring the beautiful mountain at Fernie Alpine Resort. Fernie Alpine Resort is 5km from the town of Fernie and features lift access alpine skiing and snowboarding with 142 runs, an average of 30 feet of snow each season and ski-in ski-out accommodations.

Cat Skiing

Island Lake is the ultimate destination for luxury cat skiing, spacious rooms with soaker tubs, five-star cuisine, full-service spa and guest service second to none. Experience what everyone is talking about. For 25 years Island Lake Cat Skiing has consistently provided guests with the best wilderness adventure experience around. This is why it has been at the top of the list of must ski destinations for every serious skier or boarder. Vast, spectacular terrain topped with 12 meters (40 feet) of snow that consistently makes for some of the best skiing in the world. Established in 1986 by Kim and Deb Sedrovic, Fernie Wilderness Adventures Snow Cat Skiing is the ultimate winter outdoor experience in a relaxed, casual atmosphere enjoying the snow and great Canadian Rockies. FWA’s terrain lies just south-west of Fernie Alpine Resort and is known for its legendary deep snow dumps. With over 3,000 acres, the terrain ranges from ridges and long fall line runs to spectacular gladed meadows. The elevation is over 7,150 ft / 2170m, providing deep dry powder perfect for skiing and snowboarding.

Fernie Mountain Bike Park

Whistler Mountain Bike Park has something for everybody during their visit. Whether you are a beginner, intermediate, or advanced biker, there is a trail or area that is tailored just for you. Be sure to have full padding during your ride as it is a safety precaution. There are many places for food at the base after you enjoy shredding down the hill through cruisers, twisty tracks, or steep rock faces with root strewn lines and drop-offs. Be sure to visit this experience during the summer season and it will be an adventure that you will never forget!

Whistler Blackcomb, Whistler, British Columbia, Canada: (604) 967-8950