Discover the best top things to do in Fernie, Canada including Fernie Alpine Resort, Mount Fernie Provincial Park, Fernie Heritage Library, Fernie Museum, Fernie Brewing Co., Fairy Creek Falls, Fernie Visitor Information Centre, Fernie Wilderness Day Adventures, Fernie Dirt Jump Park.
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4.5 based on 415 reviews
Deep in the snow, high up on the Powder Highway, lies Fernie Alpine Resort. With 37 feet of perfect powder, stunning scenery, 5 huge alpine bowls and endless downhill thigh burning runs. Don't miss an opportunity to fall in love with Fernie, start in the large Learning Area at the base of the mountain serviced by its own t-bar lift, once comfortable you have a huge resort full of secret powder pockets and hidden mountain spots to keep you occupied throughout your skiing/riding career! Find out why Fernie has been named as a Top 25 Ski Town in the World, Best Winter Trip and Coolest Town in North America in recent years.
We enjoyed our 3 night stay on the hill. Friday was a tough day due to the warm temperatures and the rain, but Saturday made up for it. Our group had a great time Ann’s the hill offered adequate terrain for everyone.glad you had great Saturday snow! thank you for skiing with us!
4.5 based on 59 reviews
The Park is truly spectacular with several Mountains, criss crossed with well maintianed hiking and biking trails as well as ski runs.
There are several very pretty creeks, especially Lizard Creek with foot Bridges.
Not a lot of parking within the park proper., and there a number of camp sites close to the entrance.
Lots and lots of people in the summer !!
5 based on 35 reviews
Amazing and warm place in Fernie to visit, if you need abit of peace and quiet Fernie library is by far the best place to get it. When the downhill ski or mountain biking gets to much walk into the library and wind down. The staff members always have great smiles and are always happy to help you, love being served by Tina and Haley. So grab yourself a coffee go to the library grab a book take it home or just enjoy Reading it in the nice big leather chairs on the top level.
4.5 based on 54 reviews
Opened to the public in 2013, the Fernie Museum is located in the heart of historic downtown Fernie. The museum offers two floors of exhibits, a gift shop, archives and visitor information services. The main floor permanent exhibit highlights the story of the Fernie region, from the use of the area as a transporation corridor by the Ktunaxa to underground and open pit mining to the development of Fernie as a four-season resort community. The second floor gallery features rotating art and history exhibits. The Museum also offers a range of programs throughout the year, including popular themed walking tours during the summer. Museum staff are on hand to help guide your paths as your explore our museum, community and the environment around us – whether it is on the ski hill or on our many hiking or biking trails. Public washrooms are available and the facility offers barrier free access.
We are glad we visited this museum. For a small space, it packs in a tremendous amount of information, and contains many historical artifacts. The staff member was able to answer any questions we had about the displays. Worth the $5 entry fee.
4 based on 40 reviews
Good beers. This was a good time in fernie and although I don't like a huge variety of beer I did enjoy the pil. I ended up drinking a fair amount of these during my 5 days in fernie. Worth the stop if you're in the area!
4 based on 17 reviews
This is a mellow hike from the Fernie Visitor Centre that takes you through old forest to the base of picturesque waterfall. During the spring run-off it is roaring and angry, mid-summer more tranquil.
Recent signage has made it easy to find. Look our for mountain bikers on the trail.
4 based on 15 reviews
We are the official Visitor Information Centre in #ferniestoke. We would love you help you find your bliss in our beautiful little mountain town! Washrooms, WiFi, picnic area, and more!
Truly enjoy the services of these visitor centres. Quick in & out gets you soo much info when you are looking for the highlights. Fernie is a quaint town, love the hanging flower pots that Fernie & most Canadian small towns dress the streets in...MoreThank you for stopping by the Fernie Visitor Information Centre - I am glad you enjoyed it, and our flowers :) Hope to see you again!
4.5 based on 24 reviews
FWA offers daily cat ski trips, guided fly fishing, ice fishing and wildlife tours. Fernie, BC, Canada is world renown for it's fly fishing.Dry fly action for cut throat and bull trout is second to none. Access the back country by snowcat to enjoy a day of cat skiing or boarding. The terrain ranges from ridges,to spectacular gladed meadows. With an elevation at over 7,150 ft / 2170 meters, you are sure to get some of the best snow conditions available!
our family has used FWA for cat skiing and fishing trips
service and experience was great, no pressure for less experienced skiers and very accommodating for nervous first timers
fishing is fishing, on the Elk its hard to go wrong but these guys know all the holes and secret spots
5 based on 5 reviews
I'm not a dirt jumper, but the setup they have here in Fernie looks fantastic. It's ridable from town, or there are places to park you vehicle between here and the opposite skate park.
There's a variety of features ranging in size and difficulty to help with progression in what's probably quite an intimidating sport.
It's all free, as a local club helps maintain this park during the non-winter season, and it should only really be ridden when not wet.
In addition, beside the Jump Park is a MTB skills area suitable for children, and a pump track to help work on your biking tekkers.
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