British Columbia & Alberta 2020-2021 Season Closing Dates

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Kicking Horse, BC, yesterday (scheduled to close April 4th). For a lot of resorts in Canada, they are not necessarily closing due to lack of snow but rather lack of crowds. Image courtesy of Kicking Horse Mountain Resort.

It’s that time of year – as the warm temperatures begin to roll in, it is also that time when we need to unfortunately say goodbye to skiing for the summer months. For some resorts in western Canada, that may only be a week away, and for others you may still have two months of skiing to get in. Whatever resort you are looking at, take it as a final reminder to get out on the slopes while you can and enjoy the last couple weeks of skiing.

Here are all the main ski resorts in western Canada broken down by which province they are in. Closing dates are subject to change and where published on Sunday March 28th 2021. To get the most up-to-date information please visit each resorts website linked below.

British Columbia:

Apex Mountain: April 5th

Big White: April 11th April 5th (updated to do Covid-19 situation)

Cypress: April 11th

Fernie: April 11th

Grouse Mountain: at least April 5th

Kicking Horse: April 11th

Kimberley: April 11th

Mount Baldy: March 29th

Mount Seymour: April 11th

Mt. Washington: TBD

Panorama: April 11th

Powder King Mountain Resort: at least April 5th

Red Mountain: April 5th

Revelstoke: April 5th

Silverstar: April 5th

Sun Peaks: April 5th

Whistler-Blackcomb: April 18th (Whistler), May 24th (Blackcomb) closed now through April 19th due to covid-19 outbreak

Whitewater: April 4th

Alberta:

Castle Mountain: April 11th

Lake Louise: May 2nd

Marmot Basin: May 2nd

Mt. Norquay: April 18th

Nakiska: April 14th

Sunshine: May 24th

Any resorts we missed? Let us know in the comments below.

Whistler Blackcomb is currently scheduled to remain open the longest in Canada, allowing one to enjoy both some great skiing and mountain biking in the same day. Image courtesy of Whistler Blackcomb.

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3 thoughts on “British Columbia & Alberta 2020-2021 Season Closing Dates

  1. Hudson Bay – April 5th
    Manning Park – April 5th
    Mt. Cain – April 10th
    Sasquatch – April 5th
    Shames – April 4th

  2. It’s surprising that up north as far as many of these ski resorts are that they can’t stay open quit a bit longer into spring.

    1. As the article stated, they generally close due to lack of crowds not lack of snow.
      Many haven’t even reached maximum snow depths yet.
      I remember going to a few resorts out east and in the states where there would be half the runs of dirt showing and even places where walking was required yet the crowds dictated the resort was still open. If that were the case around here, some of these resorts could operate into June or July every year.

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