Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: Alberta, Canada
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Whistler for partying is definitely a good option.
As for Banff really depends on your skill level. Sunshine Village is good, but for it to be great you need to know it well (the good stuff is hidden).
Fernie can be great, but around that time you risk rain. That combined with it being farther away from some good locations makes it a possible no go.
Lake Louise is a tough one. It has great terrain but it just doesn't get the annual snowfall. This last year was a bit extreme, but coverage was terrible till March. But it was decent late season.
Kicking Horse. If it has the snow, I just love it. Depending on your skill level though, you may not be able to enjoy all that it offers. Steeps, chutes, cliff drops, trees, Gondola assisted backcountry.
Revelstoke, yes. Only risk is there can be a lot of avy work going on and the main road gets closed for half a day.