Getting Here

Fernie is located in the southeastern corner of British Columbia, within driving distance of three major airports. Whether driving or taking the bus, the road to Fernie will lead you through some of the most spectacular mountain scenery in the world. The drive is easy with no major mountain passes and the roads are well maintained.

From Calgary International Airport (350 km/220 mi)
Follow Deerfoot Trail south to Marquis of Lorne Trail (Hwy #22 & #2). Follow the Marquis of Lorne Trail west to Hwy #22. Follow Hwy #22 south to Hwy #3, Take Hwy #3 westbound to Fernie.

From Canadian Rockies International Airport (100 km/60 mi)

Head west on Airport Road, and turn left (south) toward Cranbrook on Highway #95a. Turn left (east) toward Fernie on Highway #3.

From Glacier Park International Airport - Kalispell, Montana (200 km/117 mi)

- Turn left onto #2 North when exiting Glacier Park International Airport
- Turn left onto #40 West to Highway #93
- Turn right onto Highway #93 North. Follow it through Whitefish, through the Canadian border crossing at Rooseville, to Highway #3
- Turn right onto Highway #3 East to Fernie