Marmot Basin


Marmot Basin is situated within Canada’s largest Rocky Mountain National Park, Jasper National Park—an area so majestic, it is considered a World Heritage Site by the United Nations. Ascending from the base station, two high-speed quad chairlifts grant access to the resort. The slopes beneath the prominent 2,612-meter Marmot Peak, marked by their challenging nature, attract a significant following. With a range of difficulty levels, the winter sports area caters to all types of skiers, including families with children who can explore the region around the Caribou Chalet. Numerous wide forested slopes offer a unique skiing experience, accompanied by breathtaking vistas of the surrounding mountains within Marmot Basin.

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Where is Marmot Basin located?

Marmot Basin Resort is 21km (20-30 minutes drive) south of the town of Jasper in the Jasper National Park of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. There are shuttle services between Jasper Hotels and the ski resort.

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