RCMP Cpl. Thomas Blakney says the father and his children — aged 11, 15 and 17 — trespassed a roped area at the Revelstoke Resort on Wednesday.
A helicopter airlifted them out of the area on Thursday morning.
Blakney says an ambulance was waiting for the family but released them because there weren't any medical concerns.
A search and rescue helicopter dropped supplies for them on Wednesday but had to pull out because of bad weather and the approaching darkness.
Earlier this week, a military helicopter was needed to rescue a snowboarder who spent two days in the wilderness near West Vancouver after he went out of bounds at the Cypress Mountain resort. (CHNL)
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