Skiing & ski rental in Canada

Skiing & ski rental in Canada

Canada: snow sports meets outdoor adventures

A winter dream come true

Skiing in Canada is an absolute dream come true for many winter sports enthusiasts. No wonder: "The Big White North" is considered the country with the most snow in the world. An impressive 36 percent of the total precipitation there is snow, and it has quite the reputation. People say there's no place on earth that has better snow than Canada. The dry air creates the fine, fluffy powder snow that freeriders fantasise about. 

Nature lovers have a lot to look forward to in Canada as well. A total of three ski resorts are located in the world-famous Banff National Park, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Tip: In Canada, you can enjoy winter to the fullest and for an astounding six months time – the ski season lasts from November to May.

Your rental experts in Canada: With the help of INTERSPORT Rent, you can make the most of your winter holidays in the northern part of North America. No matter what you need for your adventures on and off the slopes, you're sure to find what you're looking for at the rental shops on site!

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Your INTERSPORT Rent shops in Canada

Your ski equipment is complete and in tip-top condition? Great! But is it also suitable for a ski holiday in "The Big White North"? Skis or binding, a snowboard or poles, the experts at INTERSPORT Rent know exactly what to look out for when it comes to skiing in Canada. Let them advise you and rent the latest gear for your Canada trip on site!

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More about the ski resorts

Snow as far as the eye can see – that's what you'll get at the various ski resorts in Canada. From small family ski resorts to powder paradises for freeskiers, there is something for every winter sports enthusiast!

The 10 largest ski resorts in Canada:

  • Whistler Blackcomb
    In 2010, the region was the site of the Winter Olympics.
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  • Fernie 
    Some parts of the laid-back ski resort can only be reached by snowmobile.
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  • Lake Louise 
    The highlight of the famous ski resort is the picturesque mountain lake at 1,660 metres above sea level.
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  • Sun Peaks 
    Sun Peaks Resort boasts more than 2,000 hours of sunshine per year.
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  • Red Mountain 
    Rossland at Red Mountain Resort is a historic gold mining town.
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  • Silver Star
    Silver Star Mountain Resort offers a wide range of activities for families, freestylers and cross-country skiers.
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  • Sunshine Village
    Located in the middle of Banff National Park, Sunshine Village Resort is one of the most visited ski resorts in Canada.
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  • Vancouver Ski Resorts
    From downtown Vancouver, it takes half an hour to get to the surrounding ski resorts.
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  • Big White
    The family-friendly ski resort delights visitors with more than seven metres of snowfall per year.
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  • Marmot Basin
    With an altitude of up to 2,600 metres above sea level, Marmot Basin ski resort mainly attracts freeride skiers and snowboarders.
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If you're planning a ski holiday in Canada, you'll find lots of useful information on the official website of Destination Canada.

Skiing in Canada is right for you if ...

... you want to discover the slopes with the "best snow in the world".

... you are a self-confessed outdoor enthusiast and want to experience Canada's wintry national parks.

... you want to explore the world-famous Canadian backcountry.

... you want to be able to choose from more than 100 different ski resorts.


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On top of the world: Canada is known among winter sports fans for one thing in particular – heliskiing. Take a helicopter up to breathtaking peaks and ski or board down through a pristine powder-snow paradise. Goosebumps guaranteed!

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