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Road Trip Route Help

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Hi
I'm going on a bit of a road trip in the middle of march and am looking for some route help.

My current plan is Calgary -> Banff (Sunshine) -> Lake Louise -> Kicking Horse -> Revelstoke -> Whistler -> Vancouver

This is my first time skiing in America and want too know if im missing any good resorts or if my route isn't very good, i am a good skier and am mainly looking for powder resorts

Thanks for any help
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@ski_more, Hi, welcome to Toofy Grin

Have fun on that road trip, did something similar a few years ago, but didn't head to Whistler.
From Revelstoke you could take in Silver Star ( Vernon ) and or Sun Peaks (detour at Kamloops ) depending how much time you have. Have you fixed all accommodation yet or planning on playing how the snow goes ? Also if a really good skier try Rogers Pass as you go from golden to Revelstoke.
Also in middle March lower slopes of some resorts might be wet rather than powdery. The first year we went to Revelstoke was mid March and it tended to rain at what is now the base. Snow further up but quite dry powder that you get earlier in the season.
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Friends of mine have enjoyed Silver Star.
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Yep sounds great fun...I've done that as far as Kicking Horse. Also did Panorama, but the snow didn't seem as good there, a bit hard and icy. Sunshine & Kicking Horse were the fluffiest powder, esp up high. I went late Feb Early Mar in not a vintage snow year.

You'll be blown away by the emptiness of the place. In the Alps you can see other resorts, towns, villages, but in the Rockies there are miles and miles of mountain wilderness, hundreds of peaks stretching as far as the eye can see.

Also, the friendliness of everyone, from resort staff, wait staff, even lifties, the resorts even have volunteer 'greeters' that are happy to help you out finding your way or with recommendations.

Have fun! snowHead
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