Let’s get this party started! Skiers and riders get ready for higher times. Some days stick in your mind. This is always one of those days. A flurry of snowy images smashing through your social feeds like skis cutting new lines in fresh December powder. But hey wait. This is still November.
When one of the snowiest Novembers on records hit your region—-what do you do.
Early turns with Fernie Ski Patrol
Snow testing with Fernie Ski Patrol on November 11th – heads only visible in the cold smoke. It was that good. More snow has fallen with over 7 feet of it to date.
Season Snow Forecast for Powder Highway region of British Columbia
Don’t miss out on the La Nina update – showing that the Powder Highway region of British Columbia, where Fernie Alpine Resort, Kicking Horse Mountain Resort and Kimberley Alpine Resort are located, to be right in the sweet spot of a deep and snowy winter!
We added a bit – wanted to Canadian-ize the report….
Typical La Niña patterns during the winter include above-average precipitation and colder-than-average temperatures along the northern tier of the U.S. and the Powder Highway region of British Columbia and below-normal precipitation and drier conditions across the Southern USA.
Details on Fernie Alpine Resort – preview weekend November 25 and 26th 2017
Lifts 9am – 4pm
Rentals 8:30am – 4:30pm
Sports Alpine Retail Shop – 8:30am – 4:30pm
Ticket Office – 8am – 5pm
Guest Services – 8am – 5pm
Daylodge – 8am -4pm
Griz Bar – 11am-6pm
Cirque (for Fri & Sat) – 5-9pm (bar opens at 4pm)
Mountain Pantry – 8am-6pm
Winter Sports School will be offering Early Season Private Lessons and Group Lessons. Please contact us to book in advance:
Resort Childcare Centre
9am – 4pm
Please contact us to book in advance: