We’ll be open in Guest Services daily until Saturday from 11am to 6pm, stop by to purchase your season pass or ski school program or give us a call at 250-427-4881. Season pass sale ends Saturday! Season Passes & Ski School can also be purchased online.
Our fall season pass sale is on now it’s your last chance to save on Season Passes & Ski School this season. Call 1-800-258-7669 to purchase or order online, buy before October 17th to save!
Stop by our booth at a ski show for resorts information, travel deals and for exclusive contest information.
To find out if we’re attending a show in your area visit our Online Events Calendars.
See who else is going and receive updates – join our Facebook event.
Is it your first season skiing/riding at Kimberley Alpine Resort? Check out our First Timer’s Guide.
Looking to book a vacation? Early Booking offers are on now, book online or call a reservation specialist at 1-800-258-7669. Live chat is also available on the RCR Vacations website, during business hours.
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The best deals of the winter season have just been released! Book now for winter and save up to 35% on your getaway. Packages available include The Weekender for shorter stays, The Midweek pack for the best deals, the new Ski Weeks packages (booking everything for you from air/car to lodging/lifts) and The Holiday Pack – already taking bookings for Christmas & New Years.
Freebies are included in some packages – view our Early Booking offers, all are available to be booked online. Give us a call at 1-800-258-7669 to book with a friendly vacation specialist over the phone or visit www.skircr.com/vacations to chat live with a specialist (during business hours).
While some people might not be very excited by the Farmer’s Almanac prediction of having a ‘harsh and cold’ winter, we’re looking forward to it! The Old Farmer’s Almanac has been published since 1792 and using over 200 years of weather data, makes predictions for the upcoming seasons each year when it’s released on the second Tuesday in September, with this winter being forecasted as colder & snowier. Cheers to that!
Jack Burnett, editor of the Farmer’s Almanac appeared on CTV’s Canada AM recently and said we are in for “the T-Rex of winters”. To check out the full predictions visit this CTV article.
Here’s to hoping that prediction holds true, help motivate Mother Nature and start doing your snowdance. Kimberley Alpine Resort’s tentative opening date is December 12th, post your snowdance pics & videos using #mykimberley and start the anticipation of winter now!
On Tuesday September 8th, watch a presentation of the best high-adrenaline films entered into the Banff Mountain Film & Book Festival competition Banff Mountain Film Festivals Radical Reels Tour 2015. The Radical Reels program is made up of short, action-packed climbing, paddling, mountain biking, base jumping, skiing, snowboarding, and other adrenaline sport films. Check out the Radical Reels Tour trailer on Youtube.
Show will be at the Kimberley Conference & Athlete Training centre, doors open at 6:00pm and Movie starts at 7:00pm, purchase tickets online.
A lot of building investments, a slew of new businesses, a plethora of festivals and activities, mixed with an enthusiastic local spirit has helped Kimberley’s tourism industry stay strong in a time when many have seen a decline. According to Kevin Wilson, the City of Kimberley’s Economic Development Officer, “With the exchange rate at its lowest levels in 13 years, our region is enjoying the duel benefit of more visits from Americans as well as increased visitation from neighbours in Alberta who are staying closer to home.”
Read more about the “Positive Trends in Kimberley” on the e-know website.
Jordan Knox, the manager of Montana’s Cookhouse, located here in Trickle Creek Lodge, has been keeping a secret! He is a contributing writer for ‘Canada’s go to site for food service professionals’. His most recent article “Five things that contribute to a food-forward town” is all about his move to Kimberley and what he’s found out about the food in our town.
Our team has been working hard on summer grooming to ensure our trails are top notch for skiing and riding! Check out some of our teams progress below (click on the image to find out where it is). Photos by Brian Copping.[images picture_size=”fixed” autoplay=”no” columns=”1″ column_spacing=”13″ scroll_items=”” show_nav=”yes” mouse_scroll=”no” border=”yes” lightbox=”yes” class=”” id=””] [image link=”” linktarget=”_self” image=”https://skikimberley.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/Stemwinder-009-300×225.jpg” alt=”Stemwinder Run”] [image link=”” linktarget=”_self” image=”https://skikimberley.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/Boundary-run-mowed-300×225.jpg” alt=”Mowing on Boundary Run”] [image link=”” linktarget=”_self” image=”https://skikimberley.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/Dean-right-fork-300×225.jpg” alt=”Dean Right, fork”] [image link=”” linktarget=”_self” image=”https://skikimberley.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/Moes-011-300×225.jpg” alt=”Moe’s Run”] [image link=”” linktarget=”_self” image=”https://skikimberley.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/Rail-park-012-300×225.jpg” alt=”Rail Park”] [/images]
Can’t wait for winter!!