Located in the rugged landscape of Jasper National Park, in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Marmot Basin is as unpretentious as it is pristine. Overlooking breathtaking mountain vistas, you will find the 1,675 acres, 86 runs and 3,000 vertical feet of varied terrain that make up Marmot Basin the highest base elevation of all Canadian ski areas. Marmots trails are split equally between easy (30%), intermediate (30%) and advanced (40%), making this an ideal destination for skiers and boarders of all abilities. There are four distinct areas of the mountain that are laid out in a very user friendly way, so going from steep alpine bowls to bumps to cruising through glades is just a chairlift or two away.
Awarded “Best, longest (and most hard won) new lift” by Ski Canada magazine 2010.
Lessons/Ski School: Yes
Rentals Available: Yes
Location: Marmot Basin Rd, (via Highways 93 & 93A ,19 km south of Jasper)