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Ski towns such as Revelstoke, Golden, Fernie and many more have an excellent winter atmosphere and are perfect destinations in the Canadian Mountains for great winter adventures.

Find out more about exciting Canadian Ski Towns, their history, winter-events and outdoor adventures, in these folders:

REVELSTOKE GOLDEN FERNIE NELSON ROSSLAND BANFF JASPER LAKE LOUISE CANMORE

REVELSTOKE: The Ski town Revelstoke, located between the Monashees and Selkirk Mountain range, is receiving massive amount of powder snow every winter. When the Snow starts falling, it seems it is never ending and it immediately transforms Revelstoke into a real Canadian ski town. Local people in Revelstoke live here for the amazing winter seasons and all together they create an unforgettable ski town atmosphere.

Snow Adventures: Once winter starts in Revelstoke, locals and visitors are following up with outdoor activities such as amazing ski-touring on the incredible terrain available. If you don't feel to hike up, take a ride with a helicopter or a snow cat to take you to a terrain of finest powder snow and lots of it. Cat skiing and Heli skiing are home to Revelstoke and its Backcountry terrain. Alpine Skiing at Revelstoke Mountain and Cross Country trails featuring amazing nature scenes, are part of the snow adventure.

History: Ski jumping used to be a big role for developing Revelstoke into the Ski town as it is today. Norwegian Immigrants brought this snow sport closer to the people in Revelstoke in the early 1900's and soon people caught on to ski touring and powder skiing.

Enjoy: Now you can experience this real Canadian ski town with fun winter celebrations and Après-ski events in the town, all winter outdoor adventures in its backcountry, accommodations and great cuisine offered at the many different restaurants in Revelstoke.

FERNIE: The Ski town Fernie is located between the Fernie Mountain Ridge and Lizard Mountain Range in the Canadian Rockies. Perfectly situated to generate finest champagne powder snow, this town gets heavy snowfalls and gets transformed into a winter wonderland every winter season.

Snow Adventures: During your winter holiday in Fernie, you can follow up with outdoor activities such as amazing ski-touring on the incredible terrain available. If you don't feel to hike up, take a ride with a helicopter or a snow cat, to take you to a terrain of finest powder snow and lots of it. Cat skiing and Heli skiing are home to Fernie and its Backcountry terrain. Alpine Skiing at Fernie Alpine Mountain and Cross Country trails are available.

History: The town of Fernie was created by coal mining activities in the area. It didn't take long until perfect skiing possibilities were developed to attract visitors to the area. Now, every winter season, locals and visitors in Fernie celebrate Fernie's mascot - Grizz, who seems to be responsible for the high amounts of powder snow.

Enjoy: Experience Fernie, a real Canadian-Rockies ski town with fun winter celebrations and Après-ski events in the town, all winter outdoor adventures in its backcountry, accommodations and great cuisine offered at the many different restaurants and fun night life in the many different pubs.

NELSON: The Ski town Nelson is located in the Selkirk and Valhalla Mountain Range. The Selkirk Mountain range is perfect for heavy snowfalls. Nelson, situated on beautiful Kootenay Lake, is a winter destination with breathtaking winter sceneries. With large amounts of snowfall, this town transforms into a real Canadian winter wonderland, every winter.

Snow Adventures: The Ski town Nelson offers winter outdoors activities such as amazing ski-touring on the incredible terrain available. If you don't feel to hike up, take a ride with a helicopter or a snow cat, to take you to a terrain of finest powder snow and lots of it. Cat skiing and Heli skiing are home to Nelson and its Backcountry terrain. Alpine Skiing at Whitewater Mountain and Cross Country trails are part of the snow adventures.

History: The town of Nelson was created by mining and logging and has quickly transformed into a winter activities destination. Now, locals and visitors take advantage of the many snow adventures offered.

Enjoy: Next to the exciting outdoor activities enjoy Nelson's historic down town. You can experience this real Canadian ski town with fun winter celebrations and Après-ski events in the town, all winter outdoor adventures in its backcountry, accommodations and great cuisine offered at the many different restaurants in Nelson.

GOLDEN: The Ski town Golden is located between the Purcell, Selkirk and Monashee Mountain Range. Perfect situated for heavy snowfalls make Golden to a real Canadian ski town. Beautiful mountain and water winter sceneries with the Columbia River flowing through transform this town into a winter wonderland destination.

Snow Adventures: The Ski town Golden is a winter adventure town with outdoors activities such as amazing ski-touring on the incredible terrain available. If you don't feel to hike up, take a ride with a helicopter or a snow cat, to take you to a terrain of finest powder snow and lots of it. Cat skiing and Heli skiing are home to Golden and its Backcountry terrain. Alpine Skiing at Kicking Horse Mountain and Cross Country trails are part of the snow adventures.

History: In the past Golden once was influenced by logging, it has established itself through out the years to become a perfect winter destination. Now, locals and visitors take advantage of the many snow adventures offered.

Enjoy: You can experience this real Canadian ski town with fun winter celebrations and Après-ski events in the town, all winter outdoor adventures in its backcountry, accommodations and great cuisine offered at the many different restaurants in Golden

ROSSLAND: The Ski town Rossland is located in the Valhalla and Selkirk Mountain Range. The Selkirk and Valhalla Mountain's are perfect for heavy snowfalls. Rossland is a winter destination with breathtaking winter sceneries. With large amounts of snowfall, this town transforms into a real Canadian winter wonderland, every winter.

Snow Adventures: Rossland, a winter adventure town offers outdoors activities such as amazing ski-touring on the incredible terrain available. If you don't feel to hike up, take a ride with a helicopter or a snow cat, to take you to a terrain of finest powder snow and lots of it. Cat skiing and Heli skiing are home to Rossland and its Backcountry terrain. Alpine Skiing at Red Mountain and Cross Country trails are part of the snow adventures.

History: The town of Rossland once was influenced by gold mining; it has established itself through out the years to become a perfect winter destination. Now, locals and visitors take advantage of the many snow adventures offered.

Enjoy: You can experience this real Canadian ski town with fun winter celebrations and Après-ski events in the town, all winter outdoor adventures in its backcountry, accommodations and great cuisine offered at the many different restaurants in Rossland.

BANFF: The Ski town Banff is located in the Canadian Rockies, just an hour west of Calgary. Banff is a winter destination that has a magic winter spirit. The beautiful views of the Canadian Rockies, the Bow River and the historic town centre of Banff combined with snow are what make Banff into a real Canadian winter wonder land.

Snow Adventures: The Ski town Banff offers winter outdoors activities such as amazing ski-touring on the incredible terrain of the Canadian Rockies. If you don't feel to hike up, take a ride with a helicopter or a snow cat, offered in the Kootenay Ski town Golden, in the Purcell Mountain Range, to take you to a terrain of finest powder snow and lots of it. Alpine Skiing at Sunshine Village and Cross Country trails are part of the snow adventures.

History: In the late 1800, railway workers discovered the all natural Hot Springs in Banff. Visitors started exploring the Hot Springs and soon snow sports such as skiing was an additional recreation option in the Banff National Park. Now, locals and visitors take advantage of the many snow adventures offered.

Enjoy: Next to the exciting outdoor activities enjoy Banff's historic down town. You can experience this real Canadian ski town with fun winter celebrations and Après-ski events in the town, all winter outdoor adventures in its backcountry, accommodations and great cuisine offered at the many different restaurants in Banff and enjoy a great night life in the many bars and pubs of Banff.

LAKE LOUISE: The Ski town Lake Louise is located just 20 min west of Banff and a perfect winter destination. A small unique town in the Canadian Rockies, it offers amazing winter sceneries with the surrounding Rockies and the beautiful setting of the lake. A perfect winter wonders land.

Snow Adventures: The Ski town Lake Louise offers winter outdoors activities such as amazing ski-touring on the incredible terrain of the Canadian Rockies. If you don't feel to hike up, take a ride with a helicopter or a snow cat, offered in the nearby Kootenay Ski town- Golden, located in the Purcell Mountain Range, to take you to a terrain of finest powder snow and lots of it. Alpine Skiing at Lake Louise Mountain and Cross Country trails are part of the snow adventures.

History: The Ski town Lake Louise got known because of its beautiful settings of the lake and the Rocky Mountains. The amazing sceneries of this place kept visitors coming back and skiing was soon added as a recreational activity. Now, locals and visitors take advantage of the many snow adventures offered.

Enjoy: The Ski town Lake Louise offers a small town centre with fun winter celebrations and Après-ski events in the town, all winter outdoor adventures in its backcountry, accommodations and great cuisine offered at the different restaurants in Lake Louise.

JASPER: The Ski town Jasper is located in the Canadian Rockies, about 2.5 h north of Banff. Jasper is a winter destination that has a magic winter spirit. The beautiful views of the Canadian Rockies and the historic town centre of Jasper combined with snow are what make Jasper into a real Canadian winter wonder land.

Jasper

Snow Adventures: The Ski town Jasper offers winter outdoors activities such as amazing ski-touring on the incredible terrain of the Canadian Rockies. If you don't feel to hike up, take a ride with a helicopter or a snow cat, offered in Valemount, to take you to a terrain of finest powder snow and lots of it. Alpine Skiing at Marmot Basin and Cross Country trails are part of the snow adventures.

History: The Ski town Jasper was developed with the Jasper National Park. The Natural Hot springs were discovered and soon snow sports such as skiing was an additional recreation option in the Jasper National Park. Now, locals and visitors take advantage of the many snow adventures offered.

Enjoy: Next to the exciting outdoor activities enjoy Jasper's historic down town. You can experience this real Canadian ski town with fun winter celebrations and Après-ski events in the town, all winter outdoor adventures in its backcountry, accommodations and great cuisine offered at the many different restaurants and enjoy a great night life in the many bars and pubs of Jasper.

CANMORE: The Ski town Canmore is located in the Canadian Rockies, just an hour west of Calgary. Canmore is a winter destination that has a magic winter spirit. The beautiful views of the Canadian Rockies, the Bow River and the historic town centre of Canmore combined with snow are what make Canmore into a real Canadian winter wonder land.

Snow Adventures: The Ski town Canmore offers winter outdoors activities such as amazing ski-touring on the incredible terrain of the Canadian Rockies. If you don't feel to hike up, take a ride with a helicopter or a snow cat, offered in the Kootenay Ski town Golden, in the Purcell Mountain Range, to take you to a terrain of finest powder snow and lots of it. Alpine Skiing at Sunshine Village and Cross Country trails at the Nordic Centre, are part of the snow adventures.

History: The Ski town Canmore was established trough coal mining activities. In 1988, Canmore was the host of the Nordic events at the Calgary Olympic Games. The town has since then worked on becoming a great winter destination. Now, locals and visitors take advantage of the many snow adventures offered.

Enjoy: Next to the exciting outdoor activities enjoy Canmore's historic down town. You can experience this real Canadian ski town with fun winter celebrations and Après-ski events in the town, all winter outdoor adventures in its backcountry, accommodations and great cuisine offered at the many different restaurants and enjoy a great night life in the many bars and pubs of Canmore.

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