After enjoying an epic month of snow in March, the sun is starting to make its springtime appearance. Grab your sunnies, slap on some sunscreen and join us on the slopes of Fernie Alpine Resort for some spring skiing fun this April! After skiing, there is all kinds of great apres and events going on in Fernie!


Enjoying free live concerts during Fernival at Fernie Alpine Resort – Tourism Fernie Photo


Springtime Events

There are still plenty of great reasons to visit Fernie this Spring including fantastic snow conditions plus plenty of great events to enjoy. Here are some of our favourite spring activities happening in Fernie and on the mountain:

March 2 – May 3, 2017 I Am Fernie Exhibit at the Fernie Museum as part of Canada’s 150th Celebration.

April 15, 2017 – Powder Pedal Paddle Relay Race – The tradition continues as individuals or teams of 2-5 people ski (you can also board, telemark or whatever gets you down the hill the fastest), bike, paddle and then run in a fun (yet competitive!) relay race. It’s the perfect season ender!

April 15-16  2017 – FERNIVAL! Falling on Easter this year, this is awesome closing weekend party at Fernie Alpine Resort with Widemouth Mason & BC/DC – plus the Powder, Pedal Paddle Relay along with the Slope Soaker event!

April 27, 2017 –  Arts Station Concert Series presents: The Small Glories

To get a better of idea of Fernival check out the Tourism Fernie Video from last year’s event:

Spring Vacation Specials

Springtime also features great deals on lodging and ski packages at the Griz Inn!

Visit  our Spring Season specials page to learn more about the great vacation deals we are offering including 25% Off  regular rates for 2+-night stays this spring (April 1 – May 4) !

This includes Easter & Fernival Weekend with a minimum 2-night stay.

With all these great reasons to visit Fernie, the only thing missing is YOU this Spring! Please contact guest service regarding booking accommodations at 1-888-381-7275. We look forward to seeing you on the slopes and in Fernie this spring.


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