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Marmot Basin
Jasper, , T0E 1E0
Phone: 1-(780)-852-3816
Fax: 1-(780)-852-3533

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Description

Located in the breathtaking, vast and ruggedly mountainous landscape of Jasper National Park in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Marmot Basin is a ski destination that inspires lasting memories. The national park boasts deep valleys that are home to an incredible diversity of wildlife, waterfalls and lakes frozen in time, carpets of thick, green forests blanketing the earth and the serene beauty of the snowcapped peaks carries on as far as the eye can see. One of these peaks is host to the 1,675 acres of superb slopes that make up Marmot Basin. Only 20 minutes from the town of Jasper, Marmot Basin offers 3,000 vertical feet of superb skiing and snowboarding.



Tremendous variety of ski terrain for all abilities

With 86 marked trails, the terrain is nicely varied; from long, gentle, winding novice runs to steep, high alpine bowls and chutes and glade skiing through verdant pine forests. The ski and snowboard runs are split evenly between easy, intermediate and advanced, making this an ideal destination for the whole family and all abilities.



Uncrowded, unhurried and laid-back

An uncrowded atmosphere is just one of the many reasons skiers and snowboarders return to Marmot Basin season after season. With no waiting in lift lines, skiers have lots of room to breath and more time on the slopes. The resort is easy to get around and allows the freedom to explore the mountain and discover, at your own pace, which runs to call your own.



Friendly, Safe & Welcoming

Visitors to Marmot Basin find 4 distinct areas of the mountain that are laid out in a very user friendly way, making the mountain easy to get around. You can go from steep alpine bowls to bumps to cruisy glade skiing all in a chairlift ride or two.



After an exhilarating day on the slopes, the town of Jasper offers everything a visitor might want. With a permanent population of 4500 residents, Jasper has managed to preserve a small-town feeling while offering amenities you'd expect from a world-class winter resort. People greet you warmly, even though they've never met you and it doesn't take visitors long to feel part of the community and find it hard to leave!



Great Value

Jasper National Park in the winter offers excellent value to visitors. Unlike other resorts, Jasper's off season is winter time which results in great deals on accommodations, dining and a huge variety of activities. This unspoiled, pristine destination in the middle of the Rocky Mountain wilderness offers a great skiing and snowboarding vacation that will fit almost every budget.



Those who have already discovered Marmot Basin come back time after time to enjoy the relaxed and friendly atmosphere, to challenge themselves on the great choice of trails, to unwind with the first class service and to breath in the natural beauty of the area.



Large, snow filled bowls are paradise for powder skiers and snowboarders. For those who enjoy cruising, our state of the art grooming fleet keeps the tree-lined trails groomed to perfection.



Those who have already discovered Marmot Basin come back for the relaxed and friendly atmosphere, the superb variety of terrain, the all around affordability , first class service, and the spectacular Rocky Mountain scenery.



Details

Camp Type:
Day 
Year Established:
Gender:
coed
Age of Campers:
All ages
Cost/Week:
$50.00-$271.00/wk (Please contact camp for exact pricing.)
Nearest Large City:
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Activities

adventure:
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Sessions

(Please contact camp directly for updated session schedule.)


    REGULAR SEASON
Opening Day - January 15- February 1, 2010 - Closing Day

JASPER IN
JANUARY
Jan. 16 -31, 2010

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