Alpine Skiing Opportunities In Nova Scotia

Alpine Skiing Opportunities In Nova Scotia

The alpine skiing opportunities in Nova Scotia are much more interesting than what you may be tempted to believe at first glance. You can enjoy a great vacation that is filled with as much skiing as you may desire and the accommodations that are available are usually of the highest possible quality. Out of all the different options that you can consider in Nova Scotia if you want to enjoy alpine skiing, the 3 great ski resorts mentioned below are those that have to be considered.

Ben Eoin Ski Resort

Ben Eoin Ski Resort

The Eoin Ski Resort is located on Cape Breton Island, close to Sidney. You will enjoy a vertical drop that is of 500 feet and a really good number of runs (11). What many tourists will be impressed with is the views of East bay. At the same time, the runs do have a lot of variety. You can tour with ski instructors if you want to and snowboarding is also possible if you want more than just alpine skiing in Nova Scotia. Runs are named after birds and beginners are welcomed.

Wentworth Ski Resort

Wentworth Ski Resort

If you are looking for the largest vertical slope in Nova Scotia, one of 815 feet, you will want to visit the Wentworth Ski Resort. There are 20 trails that you can enjoy and you should be aware of the fact that this is the largest of all the ski resort sin this province. The weather is usually great and the instructors can be available in the event you need them. A terrain park manager can show you the runs so that you can choose. In this ski resort you will be able to enjoy some of the best glades in Canada’s east. Very good skiing is available and if you just want to visit one ski resort, this is, most likely, the one you will love.

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Martock Ski Area

Martock Ski Area

You can find the Martock ski area at a distance of 45 minutes from Halifax. A vertical drop of around 600 feet is available for you. We recommend this ski resort in the event that you are looking for easy terrain. You should know that this location also hosts the Riders Cup, one with five stops in the country. This is the only resort in Nova Scotia that allows you to rent telemark skis. There is also a tele instructional program that you can be a part of.

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