Non Skiing Activities Fernie
The Fernie Snowmobile Association offers a lot of information on their website. www.ferniesnowmobile.com. For guided tours – Pestige Tours -250 423 2050.
Half and full day sled rides from introduction to “fast and furriness”.
Adventure Source Tours. Tel: 250 423 3959, Fernie Dog Sledding. Tel: 250 430 1016.
Snow cat skiing
Fernie is sourrounded by an endless supply of terrain to be explored, much of which is accessible through cat skiing companies. Island Lake Lodge and its sister lodge, Powder Cowboy are probably the most well known. Tel: 250 423 3700. Also Fernie Wilderness Adventures. Tel: 250 423 6704.
Curling is a true Canadian Pastime. The Fernie Curling Club holds drop in nights throughout the winter starting January and can also be be booked for private groups and functions. Tel: 250 423 6553.
The Fernie Brewing Company, located on Hwy 3, offers tours on Wednesdays and Fridays at 3pm – 250 423 7797.
Snowshoes can be rented at The Quest or Fernie Sports, you can also purchase a hiking map and use it as a basis for exploring the mountains. For guided tours: Fernie Nature Tours.Tel: 250 423 4306, Island Lake Lodge. Tel: 250 423 3700 or Journeys West.
Fernie Nature Tours. Tel: 250 423 4306, www.fernienature.com.
The Ghostriders Hockey Team are an integral part of Fernie. With approximately 26 games throughout the winter you are sure to be able to catch one of these intense and fast games. www.fernieghostriders.com
Indoor Skating at Fernie Memorial Arena, outdoor Skating rink near the Fernie Aquatic Centre.
Day Tripping at Island Lake Lodge
X- Country Ski Adventure
Enjoy a spectacular montain lunch followed by a guided cross country ski around a picturesque Island lake.