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Once: Win a luxurious seven-night ski trip for two in the Canadian Rockies

Answer: Alberta

The Sunday Times Travel Magazine has teamed up with Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, the Canadian Province of Alberta and Canadian Affair, the UKs largest tour operator to Canada, to offer readers the chance to win a seven-night ski holiday for two to the region. The trip includes return flights and seven nights B&B at some of Canadas finest hotels, as well as car rental, lift passes and one non-ski activity.

Youll start your trip in style at The Fairmont Banff Springs, spending two nights at Canadas castle in the Rockies. Its Willow Stream Spa is the perfect place to re-energise try the Rockies Rehydration treatment using algae and essential oils. Then its on to The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, on the edge of a glistening lake.

After a day on the slopes, you can unwind with a cocktail in the Lake View Lounge, as the setting sun casts shadows of pink and blue across the ice. Your final three nights are at the luxurious Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, surrounded by gorgeous Jasper National Park. This lodge is steeped in history, and youve a good chance of spotting elk and mountain caribou from your log cabin.

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if you get the choice go to the fairmont in BANFF if you want nightlife as it's a couple of mins walk to the town centre, whereas the lake-louise resort is posh but on it's own , so limited, nice & ruddy big but limited!
..& romantic, so if you don't want to drunkenly propose DON't stay there!
(though getting a wedding on the mountain without fuss or cost IS CHEAP!

Thank you BigBear :-D
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