×
×
cm
cm
OVERNIGHT
48 HOURS
cm
cm
24 HOURS
7 DAY
UPPER MOUNTAIN
° C
° C
HIGH
LOW
LOWER MOUNTAIN
° C
° C
HIGH
LOW
     
/
81
GROOMED
     
/
145
OPEN
/
10
OPEN
ELK QUAD CHAIR:
TIMBER EXPRESS:
BUY LIFT TICKETS
MON
HIGH -2 °C
LOW -6 °C
TUE
HIGH -3 °C
LOW -7 °C
WED
HIGH -3 °C
LOW -13 °C

×
CM
in the last 24 hours
×
Notification Alert

MOUNTAIN STATISTICS

FERNIE ALPINE RESORT

THE MOUNTAIN

145

TRAILS

7,000 ft

TOP ELEVATION

3,550 ft

VERTICAL

29 ft

AVERAGE SNOWFALL

2,500+

RESORT ACRES

146

TRAILS

2,134 m

TOP ELEVATION

1,082 m

VERTICAL

8.8 m

AVERAGE SNOWFALL

2,500+

RESORT ACRES

MOUNTAIN STATISTICS

    • Up to 37 feet of snow falls in Fernie each year. That is enough snow to cover a three-storey building.
    • Five enormous bowls, countless glades & chutes
    • A variety of terrain appeals to all levels. Fernie is as steep as you want it to be
Average Snowfall: 9 m / 29 ft
Average Winter Temp: -5
Length of Season: Early December to mid-April
Vertical Rise: 1,082 m / 3,550 ft
Base Elevation: 1,052 m / 3,450 ft
Summit Elevation: 2,134 m / 7,000 ft
Skiable Acres: 2,500+ acres
Total Trails: 145 named runs plus five alpine bowls and tree skiing
Longest Run: 5 km / 3 miles – Falling Star
Terrain Type: 13% novice / 30% intermediate / 32% advanced  / 21% expert / 4% extreme
* More expert terrain than the size of most ski areas *
Number of Lifts: 10
Types of Lifts: Two high-speed quad chairlifts, two quad chairlifts, three triple chairlifts, and three surface lifts (1 t-bar, one tow, one conveyor)
Uphill Capacity: 14,916 skiers per hour
Cross Country: 14 km of groomed and track-set trails in the area
Amenities Nine on-hill restaurants to choose from – full services
Retail: One shop
Rental & Repair: On Mountain
Contact Info: (250) 423-4655
RCR is inclusive. Harassment and discrimination of any kind will not be tolerated.
TOP