Skiboarding in Fairmont Hot Springs Resort, Rocky Mountains, British Columbia Canada

Skiable Area:
60 ac (0.24 km²)
Vertical Drop:
1000 ft (305 m)
Base Elevation:
4200 ft (1280 m)
Top Elevation:
5200 ft (1585 m)
Fairmont Hot Springs Resort is a well-known tourist destination in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Thanks to its location, the resort offers to visitors breathtaking views of the Rocky Mountains. This place is ideal, because it can cover all visitor's needs.

In this place, you will have the opportunity to enjoy yourself in winter as well as summer season. So, visit this spot during winter season and let your negative thoughts fade away by performing one of the most popular activities, skiboarding.

For your ski activity, the resort offers a skiable area of 60 ac (0.24 km²), a vertical drop of 1000 ft (305 m), a base elevation of 4200 ft (1280 m) and a top elevation of 5200 ft (1585 m). The 13 trails formed by 80% of snow-making are tailored to cover all levels of ability. 20% of trails are designed for beginners, 60% for advanced athletes and the other 20% of trails are at experts disposal.

For those who have never tried this kind of activity, a well experienced staff  is available to teach them how to enjoy their best sport activity. The longest run is 6000 ft (1829 m) and the annual snowfall reaches at 90 in (229 cm). The spot also provides 1 surface lift and 1 triple chair with lift capacity 2,400 people per hour.

Visiting this area will be completely out of the ordinary. After a thrilling day, you can spend your time in one of the most impressive cafes, restaurants and accommodations that you easily find nearby.