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Kimberley Alpine Resort

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Kimberley Alpine Resort

Surrounded by the Selkirk and Rocky mountains, Kimberley Alpine Resort is known for consistent snowfall, short lift lines, and abundant sunny days. It’s a great choice for both families and experts, with terrain for all levels and 80 runs over 729 hectares (1,800 acres) of skiable area. Stay slope-side and ski from your door in the morning, then stroll the Platzl, a pedestrian-friendly shopping area, in the afternoon. In the evening, Night Skiing and our resort Skating Rink or Stemwinder Bar & Grill await.


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Resort Details

  • Terrain 728ha/1,800ac
  • Elevation 1,982m/6,500ft
  • Annual Snowfall 399cm/157in
  • Vertical 751m/2,465ft
  • Lifts/Runs 5/80
  • Longest Run 6.4km/4mi
  • Nearest Airports Canadian Rockies International Airport (YXC) | Glacier Park International Airport (FCA) | Spokane International Airport (GEG)


  • Beginner 20%
  • Intermediate 42%
  • Advanced 38%

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Most Recent Travelers Reviews
  • Mar 5, 2020: “I lived in Colorado for a number of years and got to ski great resorts. Winter Park was my favorite because of the incredible mogul runs at Mary Jane.In fact it is the best resort of the planet for bump skiing.When I moved to Cranbrook , i was very impressed with Kimberley Alpine especially The Black forest area . They have long mogulled runs which can challenge the very best bump skiers.I never quite understood why RCR never promoted the hill as a mecca for bump skiing.It should be named Mary Jane of the North.” 0
  • Mar 3, 2020: “This was our third annual trip up as a family to this awesome resort. Along with another family we rented a condo right on the T-bar side of the hill that was big enough to accommodate 4 adults and 4 kids. As usual the resort didn't disappoint. Everyone I found is exceptionally friendly. My 3 year old daughter tried skiing for the first time this year and absolutely loved it. What really helped was how friendly the attendants working the magic carpet run were to her. As soon as she would get on she had her hand out waiting for her "high five"! So thank you Kimberley Alpine Resort for making what was to be a good holiday into a great one especially for my daughter! We hope to come back in the summer if possible but will be for sure returning next winter for another ski vacation.” 1
  • Feb 23, 2020: “Visited Kimberley when they had not had much snow for a while. I was still able to find decent snow. The hill has a nice pitch overall and I'm sure it's incredible after a good dump. It was family day weekend and the lift lines weren't that bad.We stayed at Trickle Creek Lodge and had a great time overall. We plan to go back next year. Eric S.” 2

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