Kicking Horse is known for its incredible vertical, deep champagne powder, and a good mix of beginner and expert terrain. With the third-highest vertical drop in British Columbia, Kicking Horse has earned a reputation as one of the most exceptional ski resorts in Canada and a great destination for passionate skiers.
Kicking Horse is located just outside the classic ski town of Golden, B.C. on the Powder Highway and close to Banff National Park. The resort offers stunning natural beauty to explore, as well as a wide range of heli-skiing and cat-skiing options. Add to this a great ski-town vibe and you have the perfect recipe for a fantastic ski vacation.
Congratulations on selecting Kicking Horse as your Skican vacation destination! Although Kicking Horse is best known for its terrific skiing/riding, the area offers plenty of additional activities for you to enjoy during your stay.
At 7,700ft, the Eagle's Eye is Canada's highest elevated restaurant.
Just north of the Kicking Horse Villag, you will find the Dawn Mountain Nordic Centre. The centre features over 30km of groomed trails that wind through the stunning Kicking Horse wilderness.
The beautiful scenery and terrain make Kicking Horse and Golden, BC a natural choice for snowmobilers. Conditions are so fantastic that the Snowriders Choice Awards have named Kicking Horse as one of the best places for powder and scenic terrain.
The Northern Lights Wildlife Wolf Centre is located 15km away from the resort. Learn about wolves and their role in a healthy ecosystem through the pack of grey wolves that live in a 2-acre enclosure, interacting with each other much like they would in the wild!
Kicking Horse and Golden have some of the best ice climbing in the world. Areas like Kicking Horse Canyon, Blaeberry River Valley, and Mount Hunter are quickly becoming an ice climbing mecca unlike any other.
The Kicking Horse Tube Park is located in the heart of Kicking Horse Plaza and is accessed by the Jelly Bean Surface Lift, which makes this both a convenient and fun activity for the whole family!
The Village Ice Skating Rink is located at the Village Learning Centre and features a fire pit, warming hut, and music.
| Mountain Statistics
|Average Snowfall:||7.3 m|
|Longest Run:||10 km|
|Total Area:||3400 acres|
|Express Quad Chairs:||2|
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