Welcome to RED Mountain Resort and idyllic Rossland, B.C., where skiers live perfectly storied lives—and more are on the way.
The resorts along the so-called Powder Highway serve up plenty of the fluffy white stuff during any winter road trip. To understand how it all came to be is a different type of journey altogether.
Between Whistler and Revelstoke lies a B.C. ski area that has quietly emerged as Canada's second-largest. Sun Peaks Resort is on the rise, and the time to get to know this understated gem is now.
If you want to share the thrill of helicopters and high alpine adventures with your non-ski friends, try heli hiking with CMH.
Two vastly different tourism proposals are competing for the right to operate on the same territory, jockeying both for First Nations partnership and provincial approval.
As the resorts pivot to second-season operations, take advantage of the hotels' spas after a day of playing on the summer trails.
No ski vacation is complete without a proper après soak, and the soothing waters of these ski-country spring-fed pools are worth the drive.
Home to rowdy terrain and family-friendly slopes, hippies and CEOs, Fernie Alpine Resort is a place of seemingly impossible contradictions.
The only Canadian skier to win the World Cup Overall title to date is still going strong more than halfway through her seventh decade.
A new landmark agreement between two First Nations, Whistler Blackcomb, and the Governments of B.C. and Whistler transforms reconciliation into action—and echoes throughout B.C. skiing.