Located in the breathtaking, wilderness landscape of Jasper National Park; Marmot Basin is a truly unique skiing destination that is a feast for the eyes and rejuvenation for the soul.
Marmot Basin has one of the longest seasons in Canada stretching from mid-November to early May. As one of the least crowded ski areas of our kind in North America, powder stashes last and the wide-open slopes are yours to enjoy.
Virtually every location on the mountain is an inspirational viewpoint. Jasper National Park, Canada’s largest Rocky Mountain park, is an integral part of the UNESCO Canadian Rockies World Heritage Site. At Marmot Basin, you are surrounded by protected wilderness in every direction.
Marmot Basin is the northernmost Rocky Mountain ski area at a latitude of 53 degrees north, with the highest base elevation of any major ski area in Canada. This beautiful natural snow combined with a state-of-the-art snowmaking system guarantees great conditions all season from November to May.
Skiers and snowboarders can explore a wide variety of runs, from novice to expert, on five mountain faces. You will uncover long, perfectly groomed trails, high alpine bowls, treed runs, and steep chutes filled with Rocky Mountain powder snow. With 1,720 acres (696 hectares) of skiable terrain and seven modern lifts, families and experts alike have room to carve turns at their pace.