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4 Canadian Ski Slopes That Will Make Your Swish List

Air Canada's frequent flyers share their favourite ski destinations.

Canadian ski slopes

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Le Massif de Charlevoix

“This is the best all-terrain mountain in Quebec: breathtaking views, fresh powder, amazing runs, and the cafeteria up top serves hearty French fare like duck confit. Stay at nearby Le Germain Hôtel Charlevoix, built on an old farm.”
­—Rhyce Langker, Altitude Prestige 25K member

Petite-Rivière-Saint-François, Québec, lemassif.com
Baie-Saint-Paul, Québec, legermainhotels.com

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Sunshine Village

“With so many peaks to choose from, you’ll have a hard time deciding where to start. My favourite run is the Sunshine Coast on Goat’s Eye Mountain – nice and long and groomed for speed. Finish off with the ski out instead of taking the gondola. It’s an easy 20 minutes to unwind from your day.”
­—A. Glen, Altitude Elite 50K member

Banff, Alberta, skibanff.com

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Silver Star Mountain Resort

“Quiet, secluded and packed with adventurous terrain, this is an amazing place to ride. The resort feels like a small town on a big mountain, and you’ll feel like you own the hills. After enjoying a meal in the village, head to the outdoor hot tub.”
­—Shawn Rogers, Altitude Elite 50K member

Silver Star Mountain, British Columbia, skisilverstar.com

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Birch Brook Nordic Ski Club

“This non-profit club keeps wooded trails groomed for classic and skate-skiing from November to April. The property also has a separate network of scenic snowshoe trails and a central chalet that is perfect for conferences or family gatherings.”
­—A. O., Altitude Super Elite 100K member

Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador, birchbrook.ca

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