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Ski Holidays in Jasper

Ski Marmot Basin in the Canadian Rockies

Skiing in Jasper is perfect if you're looking for a quieter experience compared to some of the larger and busier resorts. The area is full of open ski hills - and fewer crowds mean no long queuing times! You really feel a part of the small-town community.

Charlotte McIntosh, Canadian Affair Travel Expert

Canada Travel Expert

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Marmot Basin terrain map

Get to know Marmot Basin's ski runs before you go on your Jasper ski holiday

Marmot Basin

See Marmot Basin for yourself

Watch these inspiring videos filmed from the slopes of Marmot Basin

Skiing in Jasper

When you visit the Canadian Rockies in Jasper, you're in for a treat at the Marmot Basin ski resort

Getting to Jasper

Marmot Basin is in Jasper National Park, in Alberta. The closest international airports are Calgary and Edmonton, both a few hours' scenic drive away. The ski resort is around a 25-minute shuttle bus ride from the friendly town of Jasper. It offers the best of both worlds, with stunning mountain seclusion and plenty of amenities.

Sightseeing

Make time to see Jasper National Park! Dog sledding and sleigh rides are a great way to see the sights on your day off from skiing.

Views from the top

The views from the Eagle Ridge and Knob chairs are particularly awe-inspiring, so make sure you take in the scenery on your Jasper ski holiday.

On-Mountain Dining

Choose from the Caribou Chalet at the base or The Paradise & Eagle Chalets mid-mountain.

The Best Apres

The Kokanee Glacier Deck at the mountain base is a beautiful spot & try the Jasper Brewing Company.

The Best Ski Runs

Highway Sixteen and Show Off are regular favourites starting at the top of the Canadian Rockies Express Quad. First thing in the morning, there are only a handful of skiers here so you can let rip on the groomed corduroy. The Peak and Charlie's Bowl come a close second, and you can easily ski three to four kilometres from here.

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