Castle Mountain: Cult Ski Resort in Southern Alberta
Castle Mountain is iconic! Deep in southern Alberta, the lifts are second hand, but the skiing is first class. The crazy ski area of the cowboys even offers catskiing.
Banff: The most famous place in the Canadian Rockies
Next to Whistler, Banff is the most famous winter sports resort in Canada. Banff doesn't have its own ski mountain, but it does have three first-class ski resorts on its doorstep: Norquay, Sunshine and Lake Louise.
The Lake Louise Ski Resort: Great ski area, fantastic landscape and top hotels
Canada like a picture book! Alberta's largest ski area is for many also the most beautiful in the province. Challenging, varied and typically Canadian.
Nakiska: Calgary’s local mountain is a racer’s dream
For Calgary, the 1988 Olympic ski area is the local mountain. For Europeans, Nakiska is an insider's tip with speedy race pistes and a view as far as the Prairie.
Jasper Marmot: Dreamlike scenery and Canada’s highest base station
Canada's highest base at 1,698 meters makes Marmot Basin especially snow-sure and guarantees a long ski season. Still, there are other reasons to travel to Marmot Basin in Jasper National Park.
Banff Sunshine: more than the second largest ski resort in Alberta
Sunshine Village is not only the second largest ski area in Alberta, but also the highest in western Canada and therefore particularly snow-sure. Sunshine also offers challenges for experts – and a special test of courage.
Mount Norquay: With the locals on Banff’s local mountain
Looking for a quick trip to the slopes? Just ten minutes from Banff, Norquay is the perfect place to get in some skiing with little time to spare and get ready for more adventures. But Mount Norquay is more than