Castle Mountain primarily serves the Southern Alberta region and is located 2 1/2 hours southwest of Calgary in the Westcastle Valley of the Rocky Muntains and was the site of the 1975 Canada Winter Games. The resort is renowned for long steep runs and an average 30 feet of snowfall yearly. Resort Overview · Lodging · Map · Snow Report · Trail Map · More Topics
Marmot Basin is located in the breathtaking landscape of Jasper National Park in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, just only 20 minutes from the town of Jasper. Marmot offers a 3,000 foot vertical plus a variety of basin and glade skiing. The season normally runs from mid November to early May. Because of it's location it is generally not as crowded as other ski resorts furthe... more Resort Overview · Lodging · Map · Snow Report · Trail Map · More Topics
Mt Norquay is a family friendly resort located just outside of Banff, Alberta. It is the only mountain in the area to offer hourly lift passes. Mt Norquay is one of the three major Banff ski resorts located within the Banff National Park. It is famous for ski jumping and hosts international ski races. Resort Overview · Lodging · Lift Ticket Deals · Map · Snow Report · Trail Map · More Topics
Nakiska is nestled in the heart of the Canadian Rockies in the Kananaskis Provincial Park, 45 minutes west of Calgary, and south of Banff National Park. This is a family friendly ski resort with wide open, corduroy groomed trails. Nakiska was home to the 1988 Olympic Alpine events. Resort Overview · Lift Ticket Deals · Map · Snow Report · Trail Map · More Topics
Sunshine Village, only 10 minutes west of Banff, provides skiers and boarders with a 12-lift system featuring 9 super lifts, the most in the Canadian Rockies. The first ride takes you up five miles to the base area. High-speed quads allow a faster ride, higher capacity, greater height on the mountain, and improved access to the runs leading to the Continental Divide. Ski or ri... more Resort Overview · Lodging · Lift Ticket Deals · Map · Snow Report · Trail Map · More Topics
Located just east of Red Deer, the hub of central Alberta. Canyon Ski Area was one of the first Canadian ski resorts to get artificial snowmaking equipment in the 1960s and with the cold central Alberta temperatures is historically one of the first ski areas open.
Club members are offered season pass discounts, swap n' sale, and more. Edmonton Ski Club has five ski areas on itís site of varying degrees of difficulty. A season's pass gives you discounts at some major resorts.
Fairview Ski Hill is located 13km south of Fairview, Alberta. There are 15 runs serviced by 4 ski lifts. Te hill was incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1970 and heavily relied on volunteer and community support. Volunteers continue to assist in projects and it is still run by a volunteer board.
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.
The Hinton Nordic Centre boasts 35 km of expertly groomed trails for skating and classic skiing, a large rustic day lodge and a biathlon range. It is located 20 min north of Hinton in William A Switzer Provincial Park, 1 hour east of the town of Jasper.
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 mul...
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.