Jasper Ski Holidays

Skiing holidays in Jasper deliver a charming and welcoming little resort which is a haven for wild life lovers where wild elk, moose and cariboo roam freely and are a regular sight on the streets of Jaspers village centre. Nestled amidst the Rocky Mountains, this small frontier town remains totally unspoiled and lies bang in the middle of Canada’s National Park.

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Jasper Guide

Ski holidays in Jasper let you experience the magnificent Marmot Basin ski area, with its renowned uncrowded slopes and dry powder snow. Wide open, sunny slopes and runs to suit all levels of ability. All Jaspers slopes are easily reached by a 15 minute trolley bus ride directly from your hotel up to the extensive lift system at the base of the Marmot Basin. Hit the slopes for over 2000 acres of ski area and some of Canadas most beautiful ski scenery.

Jasper for Beginners

Beginners in Jasper can enjoy the excellent ski school and plenty of gentle runs around the base area, the crèche and kindergarten also offer fantastic activities and ski schools for your little ones. With plenty of easy runs also accessible using the lift system, you will soon enjoy exploring the extensive ski area.

Intermediate Skiers Visiting Jasper

Intermediates are probably best catered for in Jasper, with Marmots great mixture of terrain makes it an ideal choice. You should try Paradise or Marmot for fantastic views and long cruisy reds of the Athabasca Valley. The uncrowded lifts make it fabulous and give you much more skiing time everyday too.

Jasper for Advanced Skiers

Advanced skiers a spoiled here too, there is acres of black terrain with the infamous “knob” chute run, you really can count yourself amongst the privileged of skiers to have tried the best in the Canadian Bowls.

Boarders will find an extensive choice of area with its own snow park and wide uncrowded runs, it really is a boarders paradise.

For the Apres Ski, there is a range of dining options and a good selection of bars but its not lively or crowded, just very laid back and relaxing. Activities for non skiers include national Park Visits, sleigh rides, canyon ice walk, dog sledding, snow mobiling, helicopter tours, and there’s also a cinema, indoor pools and tennis courts, as well as a great choice of spa facilities.

Prices for Jasper vary a lot due to the choice of accommodation, dates of travel etc., but you can often pick up a bargain last minute and a typical 7 night holiday in Jasper averages around £749.