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Kimberley Alpine Resort

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Average Annual Snowfall: 150"
Average Temperature December-mid April: 23F


Delta Air Lines will begin direct jet service to the Canadian Rockies International Airport (YXC) in Cranbrook, BC. The airport is located just 20 minutes from Kimberley Alpine Resort.


From Calgary, Alberta 
Daily flights arrive on Air Canada connectors. Call Air Canada 1-800-663-3721.


From Vancouver, B.C. 
Daily flights arrive via Pacific Coastal Airlines

Daily flights arrive on Air Canada connectors. 

Driving Directions:
From Calgary, Alberta - approximate drive time: 4hrs

Route A: 
Highway #1 west to Highway #95 south to Highway 95a onto Kimberley.

Route B: 
Highway #1 south to Highway #22 southwest to Highway #3/93 to Highway #95A north onto Kimberley.

From Lethbridge , Alberta - approximate drive time: 4hrs Highway #3 west to Highway #3/93 west to Highway #95A north onto Kimberley.

From Spokane, Washington - approximate drive time: 4 hrs Highway #90 east to Highway #95 north to Highway #95A north onto Kimberley.

From Vancouver, B.C. - approximate drive time: 11 hours

Route A: Highway #3 east to Highway #95A north onto Kimberley.

Route B: Highway #1 north to Highway #95 south to Highway #95A onto Kimberley.

From Kalispell, Montana - approximate drive time: 2.5 hours Highway #93 north to Highway #3/93 west to Highway 95A North onto Kimberley.

In Kimberley 
L&K TAXI Kimberley Alpine Shuttle. "Your Transportation of the Rockies" 
For service call (250) 427-7274 or (250) 427-4442 

From Calgary, Alberta 
Bus arrives in Kimberley daily at 12:15 am ( and leaves Calgary 6:15 pm ). 
Greyhound Bus Lines 1-800-661-8747.

From Vancouver, B.C. 
Bus leaves Vancouver at 6:45pm and arrives in Kimberley (daily) at 10:30am next day (Golden, BC route). 
Greyhound Bus Lines 1-800-661-8747.

Shuttle Services 
Shuttle to Kimberley Alpine Resort is available during the ski season. Community Shuttle is FREE in the evenings. 
Operating from 4pm to 11pm for shopping & dining in the community. 

Hotel search and maps Save up to 25% off lift tickets when you book direct with the resort.
Name Description Maximum Occupancy Price Range

Trickle Creek Lodge

500 Stemwinder DriveKimberleyBC V1A 2Y6Canada

Ski in and out. Features include an outdoor heated swimming pool, 2 outdoor hot tubs, fitness room and a restaurant & lounge. All suites include full kitchens, gas fireplaces and balconies. Coin-op laundry services.   



Northstar Mountain Village

1351 Gerry Sorensen Way Kimberley, BC V1A 2Y9Canada

Ski in and out. Luxury condos with fully equipped gourmet kitchens, living room, gas fireplaces, laundry, private hot tub and BBQ. HS Internet available on request. Comes with access to 10,000 square foot recreational area with pool, fitness facilities, spa, Express Market. Check out their Ski & Stay Packages!   $195-$520

Sullivan Stone Lodge

1151 Gerry Sorenson Way KimberleyBC V1A 2Y9Canada

Ski in and out. Three-bedroom condos with full kitchens, three bathrooms, living rooms, gas fireplaces, two private balconies, private BBQ's, private hot tub and private heated garage.   Rates

Mountain Spirit Resort & Spa

400 Stemwinder DriveKimberleyBC V1A 2Y9Canada

Ski in and out. Outdoor poolspa tub, fitness facility, complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access is available in public areas. Guest parking is complimentary. The staff can arrange concierge services and tour/ticket assistance. Additional amenities include ski storagelaundry facilities, and a fireplace in the lobby  




At the resort:
Kelsey's Bar & Grill
The Stemwinder Bar & Grill
Slopeside Coffee & Deli
Kootenai Haus
In Kimberley:
Old Bauernhaus -- Bavarian atmosphere, great food

280 Norton Avenue

KimberleyBC V1A 1X9

(250) 427-5133


Our Place -- Locals' favorite for breakfast 

290 Spokane St. 

KimberleyBritish Columbia V1A 2E4

(250) 427-3739



Child Care

Equipment Rentals

Telus Winter Sports School


Best: Bavarian town outside of Bavaria.
Kimberley Alpine Resort

While other nearby resorts get more attention, Kimberley has plenty to offer every level of skier and rider. Experts may have to search a bit for some challenge but there is a host of trees and steeps to be found across the resort's 1,800 skiable acres. Intermediates have the most options as 65% of Kimberley's terrain is earmarked as green circle and blue square. Twenty-six miles (33 kilometers) of groomed cross-country terrain is available and two kilometer's are open for night skiing.

Snow making percent
Lifts-Surface Lifts-Magic carpet1
Lifts-Surface Lifts-Rope tow
Lifts-Surface Lifts-Poma
Lifts-Surface Lifts-T bar1
Lifts-Surface Lifts-J bar
Lifts-Chair Lifts-Single
Lifts-Chair Lifts-Double1
Lifts-Chair Lifts-Triple1
Lifts-Chair Lifts-Quad
Lifts-Chair Lifts-High speed quad1
Lifts-Chair Lifts-Five person
Lifts-Chair Lifts-Six person
Lifts-Chair Lifts-Eight person
Lifts-Coggle train
Lifts-Total number of lifts5
Lifts-Total lift capacity
Trails-4-Expert only
Trails-5-Terrain park
Trails-6-Half pipe
Runs-Steepest run
Runs-Longest run3.97 miles
General-Base elevation4035'
General-Vertical drop2465'
General-Mountain range
General-Annual skier visits
General-Back country access
General-Total area in bounds1800 acres
General-Snow making coverage
Model Name/TypeMPNEAN/UPC


Pros: Good Vertical, Good nightlife not to far away, great grooming

Cons: severe bottleneck on busy days at the main chair. low average snowfall

Kimberley has spectacular views and really good weather. The grooming is always good due to a lack of crowds most of the time. The park sucks. Similar to Marmot Basin in Alberta, They both get the same annual average snowfall at 400 cm. Really not that mcuh powder days. Also limited steeps, but thats not to say they aren't there. Just hard to find. Excellent family resort with good lodging.


Pros: no crowds, easy shuttle from town

Cons: no serious steeps

Terrain was great for me, just what I like, blues and blacks. It's colder here than much of US skiing so prepare witha proper base layer. This place was never busy and the town made for a great ski trip.