Skiing in Marmot Basin, Jasper, Alberta Canada

Base Elevation:
1697 m (5568 ft)
Top Elevation:
2612 m (8570 ft)
Skiable area :
6.8 km² (1680 ac)
Marmot Basin is an alpine ski area, located in Alberta's Jasper National Park. Many people visit this place from all over the world, in order to enjoy themselves. So, don't lose any more time, visit this place and experience the winter of your life.

In a wide range of winter activities, you will have the opportunity to perform the most exciting one, alpine skiing.

Marmot Basin offers a skiable area of 6.8 km² (1680 ac), a base elevation of 1697 m (5568 ft) and a top elevation of 2612 m (8570 ft). Exercise your favorite sport on 86 trails, which are tailored to cover all levels of ability. 30% of trails are designed for easy skiing, 30% for difficult skiing, 20% for very difficult and for ski lovers, 20% of tra

ils are designed only for them. The longest run is 5.6 km (3.48 mi). The average snowfall reaches at 400 cm/season (157 in/year).

For those who have never tried this kind of activity, a well-skilled staff is available. So, don’t hesitate to ask for help, if you need it. This place is famous for the longest high speed quad chairlift in the Canadian Rockies. On spot you also find 7 chairlifts and 1 magic carpet.

Having all this useful information, it is not difficult for you to make the right decision and spend all your positive energy in the most suitable Canadian place.

Services like kids club of daily care and rental shops on spot are available. After a tremendous day, you can continue having fun in one of the most impressive cafes, restaurants and accommodations that you will find nearby.