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AMENITIES

SKIING & SNOWBOARDING

Fernie receives up to 37 feet of snow in a season and attracts a wide range of skiers and riders from around the globe. Delivering over 2500 acres of skiable terrain, 142 named runs, 5 alpine bowls, state-of-the-art snowmaking and grooming equipment, and an exceptional beginner’s area, Fernie is a true winter playground for skiers and riders of all levels.

GOLF

The Fernie Golf & Country Club boasts an 18-hole golf course in one of the most spectacular settings in the Rockies. You will find yourself surrounded by mountains: Mount Hosmer, Mount Proctor, The Three Sisters, Mount Fernie and the Lizard Range. The Clubhouse offers locally acclaimed dining and the perfect setting to hold an event, wedding or corporate retreat.

BIKING

One of the largest Bike Parks in the region with a recent focus on progression makes Fernie Alpine Resort’s bike park a favourite among the biking community. Offering cross country, downhill, and single track trails accessible from the base area or chair lift, as well as several green trails and lessons for any ability level to learn the sport or brush up on skills.

HIKING

The lift accessed hiking at Fernie Alpine Resort offers a variety of gorgeous trails throughout our local mountain ranges, for various abilities with views that will make you want to whip out your camera at every corner. Hikes (guided also available) ranging from easy (great for the whole family including children) to advanced, for experienced hikers ready for an all-day adventure. All provide great opportunities to see a variety of native flora, wildlife and fossils.

FLY FISHING

Cold, clear water snakes through the mountainous valley with a sense of purpose. Upon exploration, it would seem the Elk River has been designed to provide the perfect habitat for both trout and fly fishermen alike. Historic coal mining towns, grizzly bears, and rugged Canadian wilderness are the setting through which this classic freestone river flows.

At 220 kilometres (140 miles) in length, the Elk changes character several times along its journey to Kookanusa Lake and meets up with several tributaries of equal charm and worth. The Elk River has been gaining a reputation as one of the finest dry fly fishing rivers in North America, and many have become completely enamoured with the beauty of its setting. If you dream of dry fly-addicted Westslope Cutthroat and large feisty Bull Trout in their native mountain habitat – this is the place for you. 

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