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We’ve discovered the best and snowiest times to visit Canada so that you can get the most out of your winter holiday.
December to March.
Skiing in Canada is world renowned and is something that everyone needs to tick off their bucket list.
Visiting Canada between December and March is generally the ideal time if you want the best skiing and snowboarding conditions. If you’re looking to get the best price, travelling during late March to early April is best, as both the crowds and the snow have slowed down as the warmer months begin.
With soaring mountains and pristine lakes, Canada is a popular destination for travellers from around the world. If you can, steer clear of peak periods during Christmas and New Year as these times can draw huge crowds.
As well as this, during school holiday periods Canada becomes crowded, especially in the most popular resorts. Travelling during the shoulder months, after the winter peak and local school holidays but before summer, between late March and early April, means resorts will be less crowded.
The best time to visit Canada for skiing, weatherwise: December to March, as this is the winter season.
The cheapest time to visit Canada for skiing: Keep an eye out for flight and hotel deals between February and May. Visit from late March to early April as the crowds and prices will have dropped at this time.
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