Fairmont Hot Springs Travel Guide
Fairmont Hot Springs Ski Resort
- Nearest town: Invermere
- Resort Altitude (metres): 1280m
- Ski Season: November to April
- Mountain Range: Rocky Mountains
- Number of Lifts: 2
- Number of Slopes: 13
- Snowboarding: Yes: park and halfpipe There are also snowboarding gear to rent at the ski shop.
- Cross Country (km): 12km
Fairmont Hot Springs Ski Information
Fairmont Hot Springs Resort offer ample alternatives to skiing. For the sporty type there are tennis courts and a golf course to keep them occupied. Mini-golf and snowmobiling offer opportunities for family bonding, whilst the more adventurous at heart might want to take a flight over the area in a fixed wing aircraft.
- Languages: English French.
- Temperatures: -5°C
- Driving: Right-hand side driving
- Emergency contact numbers: All Emergencies 911
- Population: 3000
- Religion: 42% Roman Catholic 40% Protestant 18% other
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After a long day of skiing, go relax in the natural hot springs or spend some time relaxing on your muscles. If you haven't had enough excitement for one day, you can always play a round of golf. For a more relaxed end to the day go enjoy some drinks in the lounge overlooking the mountains at the ski chalet. Alternatively, the Pizza Hut will still any hunger cravings your body might have.
Located on the foot of the Rocky Mountains, Fairmont Hot Springs is a great favourite among holiday goers. Besides for amazing ski opportunities (which include about 13 runs and snowboarding facilities), the hot springs also attract many visitors. The resort also offer ample alternative activities like golf and river rafting, which ensures a worth while visit all-year round.
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