Mount Sima (an official site of the 2007 Canada winter games) is located in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory and is home to some of the best skiing in the northern part of spectacular country. During the winter months the mountain draws thousands of ski lovers from all over the world wishing to experience the 1100 foot vertical slopes that are kept in optimal ski condition with snowmaking from top to bottom.

There are 12 runs here ranging from green (the easiest), blue (moderate), black (the hardest) and glade runs with double chair lifts and handle tows. The ski hill is run by a non-profit organisation (Great Northern Ski Society) and there is a full service day lodge located at the base of the mountain. Summer attractions here include various mountain bike activities and the family favourite, the Alpine Adventure Park.

This exciting park is home to WildPlay`s Monkido® Aerial Adventure Course and ZOOM Zip Line which is among North America`s longest free run zip lines, panoramic chairlift rides and a downhill bike park and the Monkeydo aerial adventure course (a series of suspended obstacle games that increase in challenge, height, and fun across four Course Sections of ladders, cargo nets, rope swings, tightropes, swinging logs, wobbly bridges, and other aerial surprises.

To find out the best time to visit Yukon and to speak to someone that knows the area please call Jeanette our Canadian luxury holiday specialist: 01923 289 100