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About Banff

Discover the unparalleled ski experience of Banff National Park, home to three world-class resorts: Banff Sunshine, Lake Louise Ski Resort, and Mt. Norquay. Nestled within the stunning Rockies, each resort offers unique advantages. Lake Louise Ski Resort stands out with its expansive 4,200 acres of skiable terrain, celebrated for its breathtaking beauty and diverse landscapes. Just a short drive from Banff, it promises unforgettable skiing amidst picturesque surroundings.

Banff Sunshine captivates with over 3,300 acres of pristine slopes and the rare opportunity to ski across Alberta and British Columbia on the same run. Renowned for its abundant snowfall, it's a haven for snow sports enthusiasts seeking unparalleled conditions. Mt. Norquay, known affectionately as 'the local's mountain', boasts varied terrain suitable for all skill levels and is cherished for its night skiing, including the only illuminated terrain park in North America. Together, these resorts offer nearly 8,000 acres of skiing bliss, making Banff National Park a premier destination for winter sports aficionados seeking adventure and natural beauty in equal measure.

About Jasper

Located in the stunning Jasper National Park amidst the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Marmot Basin promises an unparalleled winter sports experience just a short 20-minute drive from the charming town of Jasper. Boasting 3,000 vertical feet of diverse terrain, from meticulously groomed beginner slopes to exhilarating high alpine bowls and challenging chutes laden with pristine Canadian Rocky Mountain powder, Marmot Basin caters to skiers and snowboarders of all levels. Unlike many ski resorts, Marmot Basin prides itself on its lack of lift lines, offering spacious, crowd-free slopes—a rarity in North America—that draw enthusiasts back season after season.

Beyond its exceptional skiing and snowboarding opportunities, Marmot Basin delights visitors with a range of non-ski activities. Adventurers can embark on thrilling dog sledding expeditions or partake in serene ice walking excursions, providing ample opportunities to explore and appreciate the park's natural beauty beyond the slopes. Whether seeking adrenaline-pumping descents or tranquil winter adventures, Marmot Basin promises an unforgettable retreat amidst the breathtaking landscapes of Jasper National Park.

About Lake Louise

Discover the renowned ski area nestled within the breathtaking Banff National Park, offering uncrowded slopes and abundant snowfall across three distinct mountains: Banff Sunshine, Lake Louise Ski Resort, and Mt. Norquay. Each resort town—Banff and Lake Louise—adds its vibrant charm to the experience. Lake Louise Ski Resort stands out as the largest, boasting 4,200 acres of diverse terrain celebrated for its striking beauty, making it a photographer’s paradise in the Rockies. Just a short drive from Banff, it offers expansive and varied slopes that cater to all skill levels.

Meanwhile, Banff Sunshine provides over 3,300 acres of terrain, unique for its ability to span both Alberta and British Columbia on the same run. It’s renowned for its copious snowfall, drawing enthusiasts seeking pristine conditions. Mt. Norquay, known affectionately as ‘the local’s mountain’, offers a more intimate setting close to town. Despite being the smallest of the three, it features terrain suitable for all abilities and is distinguished by its night skiing, including North America’s only illuminated terrain park. Together, these ski areas present nearly 8,000 acres of skiable terrain, ensuring a world-class skiing experience amidst the natural splendor of Banff National Park.