Located just minutes from the charming town of Jasper, Alberta and Jasper National Park, Marmot Basin is the perfect mountain escape for the ski vacationer looking for pristine beauty, varied runs and laid-back atmosphere. Marmot Basin enjoys the highest base elevation of all Canadian ski areas, ensuring the mountain vistas are truly spectacular. Guests enjoy 86 runs spread across 1,675 acres and 3,000 vertical feet of diverse terrain.
With Jasper National Park set as the backdrop, Canada's largest Rocky Mountain park and a UNESCO Heritage Site, the vistas are truly unmatched.
Marmot Basin skiing
Situated in the northern Canadian Rockies, Marmot Basin enjoys dry, fluffy snowfall that’s a dream for beginners and experts alike. More than 160 inches of natural snow blankets the area from November through May. What Mother Nature doesn’t deliver, Marmot Basin’s state-of-the-art snow-making system makes up for, ensuring skiers and snowboarders enjoy superb snow conditions all season long.
Skiers and riders have a range of terrain options from green to black diamonds on the resort’s four mountains. Marmot Basin offers everything from gentle novice-friendly runs to ultra-long groomers and high-alpine bowls, treed runs, and powdery, steep chutes. The seven modern lifts make getting around a cinch and you’ll never have to wait on a lift line. Marmot Basin enjoys few crowds.
When it’s time to take a break from skiing, Marmot Basin offers guests three lodges, one located at the base area and two in the mid-mountain area.