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Checking your Ski Equipment now is very important for many reasons, here are the 3 top reasons; FAQ: I get asked all the time ‘Why should I check my Ski Equipment, as I’m not a great skier and spend lots of time on the beginner slopes with kids…” My Answer: I always say try these- once

RCR Rockies Cards on Sale

Unparalleled Savings! 1st, 4th & 7th ski day FREE & up to $40 (double discount period) savings every time you ski!  Plus go Direct to Lift – just by linking your credit card.  3 FREE days The 3 Free Days can be redeemed at any RCR Western Resort. Cardholders receive their 1st, 4th and 7th ski

Kimberley, A Good Place to Smile

Head north into Kimberley, and you’ll notice a billboard: “Smile. You’re here. We’re happy.” Ascend into a landscape of the highest city in Canada, the snowpack of surrounding mountains, the people readied for cold weather: steep metal rooves, wood-fired chimneys, Thule boxes stuffed with skis. Enter a town with tales of grandfathers who descended into

2016.2017 Early Booking Vacation Offers are here

If you’re thinking of booking a ski getaway this winter, now is the time to do it!  With Early Booking Vacation Offers available for Christmas and Family Week vacations, as well as special long stay savings packages and spring skiing trips with savings of up to 48%! Visit our Early Booking Offers page to book a

American Values in the land of Canada

August 22, 2016 If Americans have a cultural stereotype about Canada, it’s that we’re a land of ice and snow inhabited by “Eskimos” and policed by red-coated Mounties on horseback. (The Mounties drive in police cars and they have the same tools as cops in America… and the Eskimos, well, they are actually called Inuit,

Make Summer Count! Upcoming events to enjoy before Winter

August 5, 2016 It’s not over yet!  Although it’s winding down, there is still plenty of summer sunshine left before the chill of winter creeps up on us.  In the meantime, whether you’re a golfer, runner or explorer, here are the rest of the summer events to attend to soak in the last of the summer rays!

Pars & Guitars Event Returns to Trickle Creek Golf Resort

They’re back!  B104FM presents Pars & Guitars on Trickle Creek Golf Resort’s Clubhouse outdoor patio, featuring an acoustic performance by Jason Greeley and Shane Young on July 28th. Make it a date night!  Golf, dine & enjoy live music – for only $69 purchase a package with 18 holes (including cart & range) and get tickets to

Last Week to Save on Winter Season Passes & Ski School Lessons

Our winter Early Bird season pass sale ends on Saturday, June 25th, order your season pass or multi week ski school lesson online through the RCR Webstore before the deadline for the best savings of next season. Don’t forget about those lessons!  Get the kids in multi week programs or sign up for one yourself

A little more La Nina a little less El Nino

That’s what the experts are saying.  And while many people across Canada may be rolling their eyes, for winter outdoor enthusiasts it’s music to their ears. What is La Nina anyways? La Niña is the positive phase of the El Niño Southern Oscillation and is associated with cooler than average sea surface temperatures in the

Easter Chair’s Off Season TLC treatments

The Easter Chair is an oldie but a goodie, adding charm and character to the back side of Kimberley Alpine Resort. Like all old girls she loves care and attention, a process which started back in 2010 with a new diesel engine and transmission.  2011 brought a whole “new” set of chairs, care of retiring

Black Spur Ultra returning in August

The trail running event of the summer is returning to Kimberley, B.C this summer on August 20th & 21st.  The Black Spur Ultra is a ‘pure, tough’ mountain running event that is wrought from the winding single track that trail runners dream about (no pavement – just rugged terrain and big climbs)! Trickle Creek Lodge

10 Things to Do this Summer with the Whole Family

Summer might be the best time to get outdoors and enjoy what the mountains have to offer in our amazing backyard in Canada.  In recent years, ski resorts in British Columbia have made a series of additions, upgrades and updates to have family friendly activities for adults and the little’s as well as keeping the

5 Places to see Spectacular Scenery this Summer

1) Lost Boys Lookout at Fernie Alpine Resort How to get there: Ride the Timber Chair to the top and walk a short distance past Lost Boys Café over to the Lost Boys Lookout What you’ll see: Amazing landscapes of the surrounding peaks of the mountains and of the town of Fernie below. 2) Eagle’s

Mountaintop Kidz Fest returns in June

Join us for another Mountaintop Kidz Festival on June 26th, 2016! Ride the chairlift to the mountaintop to find a kids wonderland of fun including bouncy castles, scavenger hunts and live music! Plus facepainting, crafts, mountaintop BBQ and petting zoo! Tickets will be available starting June 10th from Trickle Creek Lodge. Check out photos from

The Best Thing about Spring in Kimberley….

According to some of our staff, the best thing about spring in Kimberley is… Sue Raymond is 1st year Ski Host at Kimberley Alpine Resort, she’s lived in Kimberley for 10 years and owns Stonefire Pizzeria in the Platzl and is also a Kimberley Alpine Resort Event Volunteer Extraordinaire! We asked Sue about her favourite part of

Iron Legs Pentathlon

**You can NOW Register and Pay at Guest Services or call 250.427.4881** You can also fill out the RCR Event Waiver online. Please click on the following link: https://rcrstore.skircr.com/product/event-online-release-agreement/  (You will then receive an invitation via email which will prompt you to fill out the RCR Event Waiver.) Downhill Ski or Board (2km) Cross Country Ski


One year, while his friends were busy getting jobs and settling down, a young ‘Powder’ Matt Mosteller spent 63 days living in his car so he could ski every day. Now, 20 years later, Powder Matt has settled down a bit, but he’s still seeking outdoor adventure and his stories can be seen regularly in the Calgary Herald, Vancouver Sun, Explore Magazine and many others. His first book, described by The Calgary Herald as “a handbook for living life to the fullest,” The Adventurer’s Guide to Living a Happy Life offers 63 daily meditations to help you broaden your horizons and achieve the ‘goosebump’ moments in life (sleeping in the car is optional). Powder Matt is a crusader, constantly trying to find ways to fight childhood obesity, and getting people ‘outside’. Follow Powder Matt and his adventures through life on his blog.