Marmot Basin Skiing and Snowboarding Terrain / Mountain StatsJasper, AB CA
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Marmot Basin TerrainLocated in the breathtaking, vast and ruggedly mountainous landscape of Jasper National Park in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Marmot Basin is a ski destination that inspires lasting memories. With 1,675 acres of superb slopes, the resort offers 3,000 vertical feet of superb skiing and snowboarding.
With 86 marked trails on four distinct areas of the mountain, the terrain is nicely varied; from long, gentle, winding novice runs to steep, high alpine bowls and chutes and glade skiing through verdant pine forests. The ski and snowboard runs are split evenly between easy, intermediate and advanced, making this an ideal destination for the whole family and all abilities.
Marmot Basin SnowboardingTarrain Parks: 1
The Terrain Park has been moved to “Lift Line” in the lower area of the mountain, making it accessible to skiers and snowboarders of all abilities.
Marmot Basin is a big playground and this winter our new terrain park is bigger and better than ever before. Our state-of-the-art snowmaking system in the lower area allows for improved features and better transitions.
Marmot Basin Mountain Stats
What's New This Season at Marmot BasinMarmot Basin celebrates its 50th Anniversary
This season marks the 50th anniversary of Marmot Basin as well as the start of a number of notable anniversaries for the town of Jasper including the 25th anniversary of the Jasper in January Festival; one of western Canada’s most recognized and enduring winter festivals. The start of the 2013/14 season kicks off a year-long celebration and we to invite you to join us in celebrating this most special occasion.
Reserved Rentals and VIP Area
Improvements to the Rental Area in the Lower Chalet have provided a larger Reserved Rentals section and VIP area. Those who reserve rental equipment in advance, either online or by telephone, will have equipment ready and waiting for them when they arrive at the ski area. Equipment is stored overnight at the ski area eliminating the necessity to lug equipment to and from the mountain.
Information last updated 10/23/2013.