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Afbeelding - Marmot Basin
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Ski area Marmot Basin

Marmot Basin in short

  • Height: 1697 - 2612 metres
  • Fluffy dry powder snow
  • Breathtaking views
  • High-altitude base station

The Marmot Basin ski resort is located in the Jasper National Park within the Canadian Rockies, which are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Marmot Basin has the highest ski resort base elevation in Canada (1698m) and a vertical drop of almost 1000m.

Terrain here is typically Canadian, with gladed runs, moguls and steep chutes that expert skiers will be dying to tackle. However, there is also more than enough terrain for beginner and intermediate skiers, as well as a snow park with jumps, rails, boxes and jibs of all shapes and sizes. Cross-country skiers can explore the beautiful region on more than 300km of trails. Ski and snowboard rental equipment is available, as are private and group lessons for adults and children, adaptive lessons, instructor training and other clinics. Nearby Jasper offers everything you n

Afbeelding - Slopes Map 1 - Marmot Basin

Marmot Basin - 100 km

  • Blue 30 km
  • Red 30 km
  • Black 40 km

Mountain: 105 cm

Valley: 105 cm

  • Drag Lifts 0
  • Chair Lifts 7
  • Gondolas 0
  • Trains 0
  • Glacier No
  • Speed 0 p/hour
Afbeelding - Slopes Map 1 - Marmot Basin

Photo gallery of Marmot Basin

Afbeelding - Marmot Basin
© Jeff Bartlett/Tourism Jasper
Afbeelding - Marmot Basin
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Afbeelding - Marmot Basin
Afbeelding - Marmot Basin

Review of Marmot Basin review
  • Beginners
  • Advanced
  • Experts
  • Snowboard/freestyle
  • Freeride/off-piste
  • Cross-country skiing
  • Snow-sure
  • Family/children
  • Price level
Freestyle & Freeride in Marmot Basin
Funparks 3
Freeride allowed
Freeride area