Luxury Ski Holidays Canada
Entrée Canada is Canada’s leader in customizing perfect ski vacations for discerning guests in three of the world’s primary downhill destinations: Whistler, the Rockies, and Mont Tremblant. We work with you to determine which area is right for you, and then take care of all the details—from your personal airport pick-up to hand-selecting your private ski guide and finding the accommodations that best suit your needs. Our close relationship with partners including Fairmont Hotels and Four Seasons ensures you receive the best treatment everywhere. And regardless of which resort you choose, the pleasures of Canada’s winter wonderland surround you—which means downhill skiing is just one of the myriad activities available. Consider cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, ice-climbing, dogsledding and more.
Whistler Ski Holidays
Widely considered North America’s #1 ski resort, Whistler was home to the 2010 Winter Olympics and boasts the most advanced lift system in the world. (The Peak-to-Peak gondola linking Whistler and Blackcomb mountains is as impressive as a feat of engineering as it is for its jaw-dropping views.) Boasting terrific hotels and all the comforts of a world-class resort town, Whistler makes a perfect base for both novice and experienced skiers, as well as snowboarders. According to your interests, we’ll set you up at one of three great resorts—the Four Seasons Resort Whistler, the Fairmont Château Whistler, or Westin Resort Whistler—over a multi-day Ski Whistler package. If you are part of a small group of family or friends, you might also consider a private home or a condo instead of a traditional hotel. Once your digs are sorted, it’ll be time to hit the slopes—200 trails over 7,000 acres of ski and snowboard terrain!
Rockies Ski Vacations
Known for its champagne powder, the tri-mountain area surrounding Banff, just two hours from the Calgary airport, has something for everyone. Choose from a variety of accommodations in the world-class town of Banff—the Fairmont Banff Springs, the Fairmont Château Lake Louise, or Rimrock Resort—and get ready to Ski the Rockies. You will be able to pick your favourite mountain, or ski different terrain every day with a multi-day pass Tri-Mountain pass, using free shuttles to get to the slopes. The options are: Mount Norquay, known for its great grooming and once-weekly night skiing; Sunshine Village, whose vast bowl averages 30 feet of powder from November to May—the longest ski season in Canada; and the Lake Louise ski area, which incorporates four mountain faces and 105 runs over 1,000 ski able acres.
Mont Tremblant Ski Vacations
With small-scale mountains and optimum snowfall, Mont Tremblant is better suited for beginner and intermediate skiers than its western counterparts—and makes an ideal destination for family holidays. Located just 1.5 hours from the Montréal airport, the resort is also well-known for its charming village, great food, and French culture. As everywhere, there are options for ski-in / ski-out accommodations, and our Ski Tremblant packages allow you to choose between the Hotel Quintessence and Fairmont Tremblant. At night, wander through the pedestrian village, discover North America’s greatest cheese fondue, or relax in any number of cafés. During the day, hit the slopes on 610 acres of terrain, improve your skills at the area’s renowned Snow School, or try boarding at Parc Gravité, an18-acre area devoted to ramps, curves, jumps and a 130-m (390 ft) long, 6 m (18 ft) high Olympic-class super half pipe.
Deep powder at Whistler Resort
Skier at Whistler Resort
Skiing in Whistler Resort
Snowboarding at Whistler Resort