New Shuttle Bus Service from Lethbridge & Calgary to Fernie Alpine Resort

A new shuttle bus will bring guests from Lethbridge to Fernie.

  • Jan. 26, 2012 11:00 a.m.

Fernie Alpine Resort has teamed up with Kotch’s Exotic International Travel & Tours to bring you the new Fernie Alpine Resort Ski Bus from Lethbridge.

The new shuttle bus runs weekends from January to March; trips must be booked by noon the day before, from $40, or save more by bundling lift ticket and bus ride together.

*Please note there is a minimum passenger requirement for bus to make trip, children 14 & under require chaperone.

Also added this season, the new Calgary to Fernie Alpine Resort shuttle bus, from $52 or save more by bundling lift ticket and bus ride together.

For Information or to Book your spot on the Shuttle Call – 403-320-9999 or toll free 1-855-360-3900

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