Surrounded by Canada’s Rocky Mountains, these hotels in Fernie are perfect for skiing the resort’s renowned champagne powder
A string of ski towns lie along the Powder Highway, which loops through a stretch of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, blessed with remarkably routine snowfall. Fernie is an official stop on the tour, but lesser loved compared to some of the nearby giants. This often leaves the resort’s five high alpine bowls untracked, ready for you to ski. The former coal mining town now houses an abundance of hotel options – these are among the best.