Local hills among Canada’s most expensive
Three local ski resorts and a nearby one are noted in a new survey by TravelMag.com as among the top 10 most expensive to stay at in Canada.
Kicking Horse at Golden, Panorama Mountain Resort near Invermere and Fernie Alpine Resort are fifth, sixth and eighth dearest in Canada, The Most Expensive Ski Resorts in the USA & Canada survey reported.
Seven of the top 10 are in British Columbia.
The TravelMag.com survey compared 30 ski resorts in the United States and Canada based on the cost of lodging and skiing for a couple, or two people sharing a room.
“Specifically, for each resort the average price two guests would have to spend for four nights in a hotel or condo, combined with a pair of three-day ski lift tickets, during the period spanning January to March 2023, was calculated,” TravelMag.com explained.
“Overall, Canada’s ski resorts are significantly more affordable than those in the US,” it added.
Top 10 most expensive ski resorts in Canada according to TravelMag.com
$2,238, including $1,168 for lodging and $1,069 for lift tickets.
$2,112, including $1,461 for lodging and $651 for lift tickets.
$2,065, including $1,351 for lodging and $714 for lift tickets.
$2,006, including $1,223 for lodging and $783 for lift tickets.
$1,969, including $1,230 for lodging and $739 for lift tickets.
$1,864, including $1,127 for lodging and $737 for lift tickets.
$1,736, including $1,064 for lodging and $672 for lift tickets.
$1,460, including $756 for lodging and $704 for lift tickets.
$1,458, including $735 for lodging and $723 for lift tickets.
$1,412, including $580 for lodging and $832 for lift tickets.
Lead image: Panorama Mountain Resort. e-KNOW file photos