- Ski in a national park
Breathtaking scenery and wildlife wandering through town in Banff, Fernie, Lake Louise and Jasper.
- Fire and Ice Show
Know your grabs from your flips? Brush up and watch the pros at this annual event in Whistler.
For an interesting blend of French and Canadian culture, food and language, try Tremblant.
- It takes two
Ski and sightsee in one epic holiday – you can explore both Whistler and Vancouver on our twin centre options.
- Powder hound
You’ll find soft, crisp powder snow in abundance in Sun Peaks, Whistler and Panorama.
So what's it like?
Canada is a bucket-list destination for skiers and boarders alike. It’s famed for its knee-deep powder, immaculately groomed slopes and wide, tree-lined runs. Add in the awesome national park scenery and warm Canadian hospitality, and it’s easy to see why it’s coveted as that once-in-a-lifetime ski holiday.
The thing is, once you’ve experienced the best, it might be hard to settle for anything less.
Early booking offers for Winter 19/20: Pay less when you book early to go to Canada next winter. Flights, hotel rooms and lift passes work on a tiered pricing system there – so the earlier you book, the bigger the discount.
Please note: If you're travelling to Canada you'll need to complete an Electronic Travel Authorisation (eTA) - at a cost of $7 - as early as possible after booking, as they can take longer than 72 hours to process. You can apply online now at: www.Canada.ca/eta
Free ski carriage to Canada
Fly with Air Canada and pay nothing for your ski carriage.