Not as flashy as its southern counterpart Banff, Jasper is all about pure enjoyment on the cold, dry Alberta powder. The six month season invites skiers to tackle the groomed runs, alpine bowls and chutes throughout the varied terrain of Jasper National Park, a World Heritage Listed site.
November – May
9am – 4pm
30% novice, 30% intermediate, 20% advanced, 20% expert
seven lifts in Marmot Basin including three high-speed quads
Marmot Basin Snow School caters to all skill levels
Cost of a Day Pass:
Around CAD$80 for an adult
Leave your car in town and catch a shuttle from your hotel, or go straight from four wheels to two skis at Run 1
After you book your flights to Edmonton, enjoy the scenery along Highway 16 on the three and a half hour journey to Jasper.
Whether you're seeking the comforts of home after a day on the slopes or a luxury stay in the Rockies, Jasper has hotels for every traveller.
Booking a hire car is the easiest way to get around Jasper – you can even ski to and from your vehicle at Marmot Basin's Home Run!
Enjoy your winter escape and ski without stress by booking travel insurance.
See the cowboys roll into town in mid-August for the Jasper Heritage Rodeo, celebrate town pride with Jasper in January and see the wilderness as it was meant to be seen with the Jasper Dark Sky Festival in October.