Beginners can take advantage of their own exclusive learning area, and with over 1800 acres of wide open groomed, cruising terrain, moguls and gladed runs, intermediate or advanced skiers and riders also have plenty of terrain to explore. The resort also has one of North America's longest illuminated night skiing run, with floodlit skiing on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings.
With recent on-mountain expansion there are plenty of ski-in, ski-out accommodation choices. Nearby, Kimberley itself – known as the “Bavarian City of the Rockies” – offers many other attractions Experience the European flavoured restaurants and shops, while enjoying the friendly Canadian spirit.
When you're finished enjoying the slopes, visit Kimberley's Adventure Desk to check out the current activities and entertainment. Join a guided evening snowshoe tour while watching the Alpenglow on the mountains, cross-country ski or round up a team for a traditional game of hockey. Children are welcomed to the Kidzrule Evening program offered nightly with activities such as crafts, movies, games or tubing!
Visit www.skikimberley.com for more information.
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Good For Snowboarding
Great for Mixed Abilities
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