Skiing has begun for some already at Fernie Alpine Resort! Dylan makes the first tracks after hiking up to the top of the White Pass lift. Proposed opening date for Fernie Alpine Resort is December 6th. It is hard to contain our entusiasm as many await the Griz's powderful storms to roll in! Hail to
Fernie Alpine Resort was picked by Outside Magazine as the 6th best resort in North America! Please check out the link to the article at http://outside.away.com/outside/destinations/200811/best-ski-resorts-north-america-.html maybe the powdery snow had something to do with it…..
The image below is a shot taken by Robin Siggers and the skier is lengendary raft guide, from the wilds of the Nahanni to the powdery slopes of Fernie Alpine Resort, is none other than, Fernie Ski Patrol team member extraordinaire, Steve Ruskay. Our team is outfitted in Helly Hansen gear and tested with 150 day of
Mother nature tallied her own election week results! She moved moisture into the region and Fernie picked up snow in the high country with a couple of good storms! Colder temperatures also moved in and looks like more moisture is on its way this week. Powder Matt checks out the early season snowfall in the
Nakiska Ski Area is in high gear with race training! Nakiska provides the best early race training in Canada and it all started today. Recent upgrades to Nakiska's snowmaking system has increased its snowmaking capacity by 33%, creating prime conditions for pre-season training for teams from around the world and adding the important Alberta advantage
the white stuff is creeping down the mountain! it is great to see the snow! I had this e-mail from a GFeehan who noted the following " Kimberley snowfall stats ending March 31st 2008 were 580cm and you should have included this in your Blog. While this is only about half what Fernie received it