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Home to the Kimberley Nordic Centre, Kimberley is an excellent cross-country skiing destination. There are trails for every level of expertise and even a 3.3 km loop open for night skiing. Kimberley has a reputation for light dry powder and has built some fast new chair lifts and increased facilities at the base of their slopes.

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Kimberley Ski Resort: This resort is part of the Canadian Rockies Super Pass ski area and has direct access to 76km of downhill skiing, with 67 individual pistes, served by 7 ski lifts.

This local ski resort is situated just a few minutes (4 kilometres / 2.5 miles) from the old mining town of Kimberley, which is now an imitation Bavarian city. A community bus travels between the resort and town on an hourly basis (until 9pm), or if you don’t have a rental car you can catch a taxi.

Kimberley has a reputation for light dry powder and has built some fast new chair lifts and increased facilities at the base of their slopes. There are many long, open gentle fall-line runs, often coated with fluffy Purcell Powder. There are also long runs for more advanced skiers, and some of the best bumps in North America. In addition to the skiing in Kimberley itself (76km of pisted ski runs), the appropriate ski Lift Pass will allow you to ski or snowboard in the other Canadian Rockies Super Pass ski resorts.

Kimberley Alpine ResortLocated in the spectacular Purcell Mountains in British Columbia, Kimberley Alpine Resort is known for consistent snowfalls, short lift lines, and an abundance of sunny days. Skiers and riders of all abilities will find fun and excitement with gentle, rolling groomed runs dispersed throughout North America’s largest gladed terrain, the Black Forest, where fun and adventure await and powders stashes last for weeks!

Kimberley Nordic ClubGet all the news about recreational cross-country skiing in the Kimberley area from this site. Learn about the local races, Jack Rabbit Program, and find local Trail maps.

 

 

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