Mt. Norquay Snow & Conditions

Find the latest ski and snow report for Mt. Norquay, with snow conditions, recent and projected inches of snowfall before heading up to the mountain for a day of skiing. In the snowfall field, scroll left to see the most recently recorded snow totals or scroll right to see the Mt. Norquay snow forecast for the next six days. If you're looking at today's data, be sure to note the last updated day and time, as the snow and ski conditions may have changed from the time the snow report was filed.

See base depth recorded at the upper mountain, mid mountain and lower mountain stations, along with the current weather at the summit and base elevations. Also check out the Mt. Norquay ski report, including number of lifts open, acres open and runs open, as well as the terrain park status. See ski resorts that are nearby this mountain along with projected open and close dates for Mt. Norquay.

Don't forget to sign up for Mt. Norquay Snow Reports and Powder Alerts, and keep a close watch on those daily lift hours so you can be sure to grab first chair on a powder day!

Snow Conditions

  • Last Updated: 2/11 9:47 am
  • |
  • Operating Status: Open
  • Projected Closing: 4/17

Recorded

Forecast

  • Snowfall

    • Tuesday
      2/ 9
      0"
    • Wednesday
      2/10
      0"
    • Today
      2/11
      0"
    • Friday
      2/12
      0"
    • Saturday
      2/13
      0"
    • Sunday
      2/14
      1"
    • Monday
      2/15
      0"
    • Tuesday
      2/16
      2"
    • Wednesday
      2/17
      0"
    • Thursday
      2/18
      0"
  • Snow Depths

    On the slopes

  • Upper:

    31"
    Variable Conditions
  • Lower:

    N/A
    N/A
  • Weather

    Reported by resort
    20 hours ago
    Full Weather Forecast
    • Summit | 8038ft
    • Base | 5511ft
    • 19°F
      SW
      2mph
      Visibility: Good
    • 28°F
      SW
      2mph
      Visibility: Good

Terrain

  • Runs Open

    58 of 60

  • Lifts Open

    6 of 6

Parks & Pipes

  • Terrain Parks

    1

    N/A

Nordic

  • Open Tracks

    N/A

Packed powder
posted 11 day(s) ago by dspo2
48

Skied Sunday. Conditions about what you would expect-lots of thin cover and some ice but no lines and most of the mountain open. Needs a good dump to get decent conditions- few inches here and there not enough
posted 12 day(s) ago by Anonymous
0

was there on friday the upper half of mystic and big chair were great with about 5-10cm of fresh snow but the lower half of the mountain was quite icey because it rained.

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Nearby Resorts

Resort Distance New Snow (24 hr) Base Depth Weather User Rating
Sunshine Village, AB 10mi
3"
55"
20°F
59.2
Nakiska Ski Area, AB 24mi
0"
33"
23°F
44.8
Lake Louise, AB 31mi
2"
51"
20°F
70.4
Canada Olympic Park, AB 59mi
0"
6"
43°F
49.6
Kicking Horse, BC 65mi
2"
66"
23°F
59.2
Regional Snow Reports: Alberta |British Columbia

Lift Hours

Day Daytime Hours Nighttime Hours
Mon 10:00 AM-4:00 PM N/A
Tue 10:00 AM-4:00 PM N/A
Wed 10:00 AM-4:00 PM N/A
Thu 10:00 AM-4:00 PM N/A
Fri 10:00 AM-4:00 PM N/A
Sat 10:00 AM-4:00 PM N/A
Sun 10:00 AM-4:00 PM N/A
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    mountains ( 9th March 2010)

    i would not recomned the Canadian Rockies for a ski trip. with only 120 of snow a year its nothing like whistler....

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    anonymous_user (14th December 2007)

    Norquay is the only hill you can buy a lift ticket by the hour. If your stuck for time this is the...

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