- 22 Resorts
- Consistent Snow
- Diverse destinations
- Resorts open before those of many other states
- Home to Vail, Beaver Creek, Copper Mountain
Closed (end of season)|
Season Start/End: 12/14 - 4/ 7
|4035ft - 6502ft|
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|from CAD$21.95 to CAD$67.95
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Kimberley Mountain Resort is a great family destination with terrain suitable for all ability types. Located just outside the town of Kimberley, British Columbia, in the Purcell Mountains, Kimberley ski resort is home to great terrain, updated lifts and amenities, an excellent ski school and great snow quality.
The ski area offers terrain from beginner to advanced with long tree lined groomers, steep moguls and tree skiing. Kimberley is known for being family friendly and offers great activities other than skiing and snowboarding including ice skating, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, bowling and a movie theatre. The resort has multiple lodging, shopping and dining options as well as lively nightlife and great après possibilities.
The resort offers skiers and riders a multitude of terrain options to explore. The resort sits below timberline and offers great protection from storms and wind. The front side of the mountain is home to beginner and intermediate terrain with long groomed runs and a dedicated learner’s area.
The advanced and expert skier will enjoy the abundance of tree glades that are stocked with powder stashes. The resort is known for receiving abundant snowfall that is of dry and light consistency.
Kimberley Ski Resort contains modern facilities and offers ski and snowboard rentals and lessons. The resort contains multiple lodging, dining and shopping options. The ski area has a friendly atmosphere and is consistently ranked as a top family destination.
V1A 2Y5 Kimberley
Phone: (800) 258-7669
Camberley, Kimberely, Kimberle, Kimberlee, Kimberli, Kimberling, Kimberlly, Kimberly, Kimbrely, Kimbrly, Kymberley, Kymberli, Kymberly
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