Snow Records continue to fall at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort

Snow Records Continue to Fall at both Kicking Horse Mountain Resort and Fernie Alpine Resort.

Matt Mosteller

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Along with the snow records, add in the Sun and some great Spring events and you have the perfect recipe for a great Spring skiing and riding road-trip.

This is a chance for skiers to not miss the following events as space is filling up for these fun-filled ski weekends!

“A key ingredient for a great ski vacation, snow, is over the top at Fernie Alpine Resort and Kicking Horse Mountain Resort.  As we move into Spring Ski season we have had snow of Epic Proportions at both resorts,” says, Matt Mosteller.

“Not only have we broken the single storm record at Fernie Alpine Resort with a huge snowfall of 5 feet in less than 40 hours but we are nearing the record for total snowfall as we are now at 34 feet! Kicking Horse Mountain Resort has set a record for snowpack with close to 8 feet.  I skied with media from around the world over the weekend and they had skied at many resorts in Canada and the US recently and they all said that the best Ski Conditions in North America are right here at Fernie Alpine Resort and Kicking Horse Mountain Resort,” added Mosteller.

Don’t Miss Fernival & NEW Coca-Cola Slope Soaker in Fernie, April 14 & 15!

Vacation Special starting at $44. Book online or call 1-800-258-7669 to speak to a vacation specialist.

There’s an entire long weekend of fun for the season end at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort.

Attend the Sun Splash Funk Festival on April 6-8. Vacation Special starting at $135, book online  or call 1-800-258-7669 today.

 

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