Looking to enjoy some night skiing this winter? BC happens to be home to the longest-lit night-skiing run in North America, and it’s situated at the Kimberley Alpine Resort.

Receiving an average snowfall of 13 feet in a season, Kimberley attracts a wide range of skiers and snow enthusiasts from across the globe, and for good reason. According to the resort’s website, its balance of sunshine and light Purcell powder makes it one of the best ski destinations in Canada.

What’s more, it’s also North America’s largest gladed terrain, with 80 designated runs and glades and a variety of ski-in and ski-out accommodations. And for the beginners out there – there’s a newly enhanced beginner’s area with enjoyable intermediate trails and glades to explore.

For non-skiers, there are plenty of groomed biking and snowshoe trails and sled-powered pathways to check out.

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Aside from skiing, the city of Kimberley has plenty of trail networks to explore year-round. This includes the largest municipal park in BC, which situated in the foothills of the stunning Purcell Mountains.

The park is also adjacent to a 200-hectare interpretive forest with over 50 kilometres of old-growth-lined nature trails.

So there you have it, BC! For some exciting outdoor adventures this winter, pack your warmest layers and head to Kimberley.


Where: Kimberley, BC