Alberta Ski Resorts

Alberta's Canadian Rocky Mountains are legendary for the snow revered by skiers and boarders worldwide. Go by snowcat or helicopter to experience the rugged backcountry. Ski the Big 3 in Banff National Park - Lake Louise, Sunshine and Norquay less than 2 hours from Calgary International Airport. Lake Louise is one of the largest ski resorts in North America with 4,200 skiable acres offering terrain from beginner and intermediate runs to some of the Rockies most challenging backcountry terrain. Marmot Basin is located within Jasper National Park and offers 3,000 ft vertical plus basin and glade skiing. Castle Mountain primarily serves Southern Alberta and is located about 2 1/2 hours southwest of Calgary. It is renowned for it's long steep runs and natural snow.
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538 ft vertical, 5 lifts, 18 trails, 71 skiable acres
Canyon is Alberta's largest non-mountain resort. It is located 8 minutes east of Red Deer.
656 ft vertical, 0 lifts, 0 trails
Hidden Valley is located in the Cypress Hills Provincial Park near Elkwater, Alberta Canada. The day lodge has a cafe and space for a brown bag lunch. The facility which originally started off as a toboggan hill offers a unique opportunity to experience winter activities in a friendly rural environment.
350 ft vertical, 4 lifts, 11 trails, 45 skiable acres
Kinosoo Ridge is located 14km northeast of Cold Lake on French Bay. The base lodge and entire ski hill can be rented out for private functions.
610 ft vertical, 0 lifts, 25 trails
Misery Mountain is located on the west side of the river in Peace River, Alberta and is locally known as the Biggest Little Hill in the North.
3 lifts, 9 trails
Nitehawk is a non-profit ski area located 16 km south of Grande Prairie, Alberta. Over the years Nitehawk has grown from a quaint ski hill to a multipurpose recreational area and facility serving upwards of 40,000 visitors in the snow season. Other developments include the Freestyle Water Ramp to practice ski jumping in the summer and once again adds to the 'year round multipurpose' of Nitehawk.
1200 ft vertical, 0 lifts, 0 trails
Pass Powderkeg Ski Area is centrally located in Blairmore Alberta in the heart of the Crowsnest Pass. Only 2.5 hours from Calgary.
8 lifts, 12 trails
Skiing in Edmonton, Alberta.
976 ft vertical, 3 lifts, 13 trails
Silver Summit was started by a small group of people that recognized the need for a large ski area in Alberta that was away from the National Parks. Located in Edson, Alberta.
130 ft vertical, 4 lifts, 0 trails, 20 skiable acres
A full service family fun snow sports facility located just outside of Edmonton, Alberta. The 17,800 square foot mountain lodge was completed in the summer 2001.
140 ft vertical, 5 lifts, 13 trails, 72 skiable acres
Sunridge Ski Area is located in the Strathcona Science Park, a provincial park on the eastern edge of the City of Edmonton. Skiing, snowboarding and tubing.
2 lifts, 13 trails
Small ski area located north east of Edmonton, Alberta. The base chalet is available for private rental. Season pass holders receive discounts from Marmot Basin.
4 lifts, 24 trails
Alpine and Nordic centre located in Westlock, Alberta 1 hour north of Edmonton. This ski hill spreads over 140 acres, offers 24 downhill runs and over 25km of nordic ski trails.
410 ft vertical, 5 lifts, 8 trails, 60 skiable acres
Vista Ridge is a winter recreation area in Fort McMurray, Alberta. The ski area has plant to add new runs, install a quad chairlift and upgrade snowmaking to accommodate the new runs. There is also a tube park for family fun on the snow.
460 ft vertical, 3 lifts, 18 trails
Ski area operated by the Worsley Clear Hills Ski Club. Located in Worsley, Alberta. Fully equipped day lodge to relax, apres ski, and order a hot meal.