Panorama – Canada

Canada’s hidden gem in the Purcell Mountains in British Columbia. Panorama boasts thrilling terrain both on and off piste, and a small friendly welcoming village.

  • ski-in, ski-out resort
  • 2,847 acres of terrain
  • average snowfall 4.79m
  • longest fall line runs in Canada

Sun Peaks – Canada

The second largest skiable area in Canada, with 3 mountains all leading into the resort, including gladed areas, bumps, steeps, long cruisers and 2 Alpine bowls.

  • ski-in, ski-out resort
  • 4,200 acres of terrain
  • average snowfall 5.59m
  • 2 powder bowls

Tignes & Val D’Isere – France

Situated in the magnificent Espace Killy ski area, Tignes & Val D’Isere is the best place to train to be a ski instructor in Europe. A snow-sure resort with over 80 lifts, here you find the gateway to the French Alps.

  • ski-in, ski-out resort
  • skiable Vertical – 1,906m
  • average snowfall 2.5m
  • Over 300km of piste

Queenstown – New Zealand

Queenstown is ideally placed for you to explore the snow fields of the southern hemisphere. A short drive from The Remarkables and Coronet Peak you will be spoiled for choice. From expertly groomed runs, to steeps, deeps, chutes and roller coaster terrain and parks, you will not be disappointed.

  • season – June to October
  • 500 acres of terrain
  • average snowfall 2.9m
  • world class parks and pipes

Hidden Valley – Canada

A small, unique community resort next to Elkwater and close to the city of Medicine Hat. Nestled in the Cypress Hills provincial park, the resort is currently operated by Alberta Parks and enjoys a compressed season, typically operating mid-December to mid-March.

  • season – Mid December to Mid March

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