News from Alberta

Check out all the latest happenings at Alberta ski resorts, from new lifts to terrain expansions, in addition to Alberta weather forecasts, photo galleries, infographics and current events skiers and mountain travelers should know about. Stay up-to-date on Alberta ski resort news and events by clicking on articles from the list below or page through to see Alberta coverage from the entire ski season.

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  • Enjoy A Burger And A View

    Alberta's Marmot Basin added a new deck to their daylodge with the best view in Jasper National Park. Full Article

    26th November 2007

  • Sunshine Opens Eight Lifts

    Alberta's Sunshine Village Ski and Snowboard Resort opened with the most terrain in the Canadian Rockies. Full Article

    17th November 2007

  • Norquay Opens First In Canada

    Ski Norquay beat larger Canadian Rockies resorts in the race to open first. Full Article

    11th November 2007

  • Two Alberta Resorts Open; One Closes

    Lake Louise and Sunshine Village are scheduled to open this week, but Fortress Mountain received bad news. Full Article

    5th November 2007

  • Alberta Resorts Prep For Ski Show

    Alberta resorts plan to spice up the annual Calgary Ski Show. Full Article

    22nd October 2007

  • Nakiska Upgrades Its Services

    Alberta's Nakiska, the closest mountain to Calgary, added new upgrades. Full Article

    29th September 2007

  • Banff And Jasper Resorts See Snow

    The Canadian Rockies received its first snows of the season this past week. Full Article

    24th September 2007

  • Lake Louise Amps Up Snowmaking

    Alberta's Lake Louise bumped up their snowmaking arsenal for the second year in a row. Full Article

    18th September 2007

  • Locals Vote For Sunshine

    Sunshine Village has been voted "Best Winter Activity" by local Banff and Canmore residents. Full Article

    4th September 2007

  • Canadian Rockies Skiing Still Cranking

    While resorts in the U.S. reach their seasonal ends, Alberta still thinks it's still mid-winter. With record snows, high elevation, and northern latitudes, one day can see mountaintop powder with corn snow below. With conditions like these, three resorts run their lifts into late April and May. Full Article

    26th March 2007

  • Jasper Celebrates Centennial

    While Marmot Basin is only decades old, it's the only alpine ski resort in 100-year-old Jasper National Park. As the park celebrates its centennial, you'll find better deals there for spring skiing than summer vacationing. Full Article

    20th March 2007

  • Skiing Banff National Park's Big 3

    Add up the terrain for Sunshine, Lake Louise, and Norquay, and the acreage makes other ski resorts look downright puny. While they may be three unique resorts, they act as one with the local towns as the hubs. Full Article

    12th March 2007

  • Sheep in the Castle

    Castle Mountain is not only known for its wind-deposited powder and Mt. Haig extreme chutes, but its hooved residents who foraged on the ski hill long before its four Mueller T-bars went up in the 1960s. It's all part of the Castle Mountain heritage celebrated this month. Full Article

    6th March 2007

  • Marmot Gains in Popularity

    Marmot Basin may be tucked way up in the northern Canadian Rockies, but despite its off-the-beaten-path location, it's rapidly becoming Alberta's new hotspot. This winter, Marmot not only topped itself with attendance-breaking days, but may bust seasonal visitation records, too. Full Article

    26th February 2007

  • Sunshine Sweetens Terrain Park

    Sunshine's terrain park crew doesn't think small. In fact, they sweetened the slopes of Rogers Terrain Park this past month with the addition of new features and more acreage. Full Article

    19th February 2007

  • Lake Louise's Wild Willie

    Conquering steeps are every skier's dream. At Lake Louise, you might just want to request Wild Willie as your private off piste instructor. Full Article

    12th February 2007

  • Norquay Resurrects North American Life

    Hailed as the first lift in the Rockies back in the 1920s and later aspiring towards an Olympic bid, Norquay's North American lift is chanting revivals. The resort dusted off old traditions for another go at the terrain that used to be titled North America's most challenging steeps. Full Article

    5th February 2007

  • Canada Olympic Park Tests Pipe

    In preparation for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games, Calgary's Canada Olympic Park reaped the benefits this season in upgrading its facilities. For Games-caliber competitors, the site functions as a training ground; for the general public, skiers and riders get a high quality venue. Full Article

    29th January 2007

  • SlopeTrackers at Sunshine

    For number-heads, you can now keep track of more stats during your ski day. And you don't have to go out to buy a GPS since Sunshine jumped into SlopeTrackers. Full Article

    22nd January 2007

  • All Aboard Marmot's Snow Train

    What a more nostalgic way to travel to a ski hill than by train! For the rest of this winter, you can hop aboard the new express weekend train to zip from Edmonton to Jasper's slopes. Full Article

    15th January 2007

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