British Columbia ski resorts are the place to go for deep snow. In fact, the majority of the Canadian province's ski resorts are located on what’s referred to as the “Powder Highway,” so you can certainly expect to enjoy some freshies on a typical British Columbia ski vacation.
World-famous Whistler Blackcomb, home of the 2010 Winter Olympics, is also located in British Columbia. Offering a staggering 8,171 acres of varied terrain, Whistler Blackcomb is the largest ski resort in North America and offers a staggering 8,171 acres of well-varied terrain and large selection of lodging options in its three base villages.
Families and those looking for a crowd-free vacation will enjoy the Okanagan region ski resorts for it's plethora of ski in, ski out accommodations, state-of-the-art base village facilities and varied terrain options.
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