Valemont Glacier Resort Snowboarding

The 27th most popular snowboarding destination in British Columbia.

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West of Edmonton and the town of Valemont on the slopes of Mount Pierre Trudeau, the Valemont Glacier Resort is a proposed ski area served by 21 lifts that access a maximum vertical descent of 6,726 feet (some quotes vary from 6,726 to 6,857 and up to 7,818 feet). The resort is located in the Caribou Mountains, and presently there are no plans for snow-making. The current plan is for the first six lifts opening for the winter 2018-2019 season, with full build out taking about 20 years.

The nearby town of Valemont is small, so don’t expect big apres ski or nightlife. Your best bet is to check out Three Ranges Brewing, Caribou Gril or the Gathering Tree.

To reach the snowboarding at Valemont Glacier Resort, you’ll want to fly into either Kamloops or Edmonton.

Overall, Valemont Glacier Resort is the 27th most popular snowboard & freeride destination of all 27 snowboarding resorts in British Columbia.

Valemont Glacier Resort Ski Map



Local Contact(s):  Valemont Visitor Centre (250) 566-9893

Recommended Book:  "Snowboard Resort Guide 2016" from Chris Gill

Average Difficulty:  Difficult

Base Camp:  Super 8 Valemount; Chalet Continental

Luxury Loding:  Premier Mountain Lodge, Valemont

Breakfast Restaurant:  Valemont Swiss Bakery, Valemont

Reference Source:  click here

GPS:  52.803886, -119.42555

Date Published:  10/8/2016

Date Updated:  2/9/2018

ID:  25012

Valemont Glacier Resort Snowboarding Map