Cross Country Skiing in Castle Mountain Resort, Westcastle Valley, Alberta Canada

Vertical Drop:
853 m (2799 ft)
Base Elevation:
1453 m (4767 ft)
Top Elevation:
2377 m (7799 ft)
Castle Mountain Resort is a well-known ski resort, situated in the Westcastle Valley of southwest Alberta, Canada, in the Rocky Mountains. The fact that is located about 270 km/170 mi far for Calgary and the Calgary International Airport, makes this place always busy. Many people from all over the world visit this place to fulfill their expectations.

Discover this famous ski paradise and let your negative thoughts fade away by performing the most popular activity, cross country skiing. The resort has a skiable area of 1400 ac/5.66 km². It also offers a vertical drop of 853 m (2799 ft), a base elevation of 1453 m (4767 ft) and a top elevation of 2377 m (7799 ft).

For your activity, 78 trails including 8 alpine bowls are available. The trails are tailored to cover all levels of difficulty. 15% of trails are tailored for easy skiing, 40% for difficult skiing, 35% for very difficult skiing and for those who are interested in something more extreme, 10% of trails are designed only for them.

On spot you find 6 lifts, 1 handle tow, 2 T-Bars, 1 double chair and 1 triple chair. The snowfall reaches 5.94 m (19.5 ft). So, put a stop to your stressful life and think positive. Make the right decision, visit this place and give yourself the opportunity to escape from the daily routine. After an exciting day, spend some quality time in one of the most impressive cafes, restaurants and accommodations that you will find nearby.