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Alberta Resorts: 6 Resorts Found

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  • Marmot Basin - Jasper National Park
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    Marmot Basin, located in beautiful Jasper National Park, just 19 km south of Jasper, Alberta offers more than 1,000 acres of uncrowded alpine terrain for every level skier and snowboarder -- powder, moguls, trees, alpine bowls and gentle slopes. From a top elevation of 8,534 feet, a vertical drop of 2,944 feet, you can ski 53 named trails. Various levels of runs can be accessed from most lifts, so skiers of different abilities can still enjoy the day together.

  • Sunshine Ski Village Resort
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    Sunshine ski village offers more than 3,000 acres of beginner, intermediate and expert terrain that will satisfy all abilities of skiers and snowboarders. Goat's Eye Mountain boasts 1,900 vertical feet of powder and groomed runs. It can be accessed by a high-speed detachable quad in just five minutes

  • Lake Louise
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    Lake Louise is the largest ski area in Canada with 4,200 acres of skiable terrain. With four mountain faces to choose from, it takes most more than a week to explore all of Lake Louise.  Each chairlift at Lake Louise has an easy and hard way down, which means that even a novice can enjoy the whole mountain.

  • Banff National Park
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    Banff National Park is Canada's leading spot for travel. The local ski resorts provide winter activities and of course some of Canada's Best Skiing east of the Rockies. With countless activities, accommodations and lodging in Banff National Park, you won't have to travel far to have a great vacation.

  • Canmore Alberta
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    Although Canmore, Alberta is not a designated ski resort, but a town central to Sunshine Ski Resort, Mount Norquay, Nakiska and about 50 km's from Lake Louise ski resort, we list it here as it is central to numerous Alberta ski resort accommodations and ski night life. Canmore is located approximately 45 minutes west of Calgary, add another 1/2 hour to the airport.

  • Backcountry skiing in Alberta
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    Explore backcountry destinations on day trips, powder weekends or lodge based ski weeks. Gain safety skills with our Avalanche Awareness, Crevasse Rescue and Glacier Travel courses. Learn food planning & navigation skills. Rent telemark or alpine touring gear as well as climbing skins, avalanche transceivers, snow shovels, probes, etc. Make this your winter to experience backcountry skiing!