Marmot Basin

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The size of the terrain is not so great, although it actually feels like the ski resort is located far away from the heavy tourist resorts like Sunshine Village, Lake Louise, Kicking Horse and Revelstoke, which means you have almost the whole mountain for yourself.
Wonderful offpiste even though several parts of the terrain were closed when we were there in early December because of avalanche risks.
Highly recommended for two or three days there!

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Have been working 07/08 on Marmot Basin as liftie. Absolutely beyond expectation. However, pads are missing in Feb o March ... but what are they doing when they dump in Jan o April? Last week, nice 55cm spread out on a 3 day dump !! The mountain is not huge but offers good ride to all levels. A 20 hike and you have a magnificent view from the top. With avi gear you can drop in on the back and give you some top trips that are worth a couple of hours. Then you go back on a path along a stream. Folktomt in the weeks a little more people Fri-Sun. The best are the old ski slopes that still ravage the mountain, have a snack and enjoy the nostalgia. Last year of the year invited Nancy Greens Downhill ski from 1968 !! The facility is located in a national park so they take a little time for them and update things. Accommodations are located in the village of Jasper 20min away. Charming town with a lot of wildlife !!

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Marmot Basin is located about 20 minutes from Jasper along "The icefield parkway", park passport is required to reach the mountain as it is located in Jaspers National Park. The mountain has a local character and is almost inhabited by everyday life. The ride is varied, not directly extreme, but you can spend a lot of days on the mountain without getting tired. Staying in Jasper is a cozy little town. Keep in mind, however, to book accommodation in advance for the weekend, because then the rooms will finish soon. If you are heading from Jasper down to Banff you have a pleasant drive through 20 miles of wilderness with glaciers, eagles and wild goats.

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