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Covid Details

Get all the COVID-19 information you need to know before you go. All information is provided by the resort and updated regularly as processes and policies change.

Reservations

Resort policies and procedures.

Is a reservation required for lift access
No

Is a reservation required for parking
No

Base Lodge(s)

Are the base lodge(s) open
Yes

Are there rules/restrictions at the base lodge(s)
Yes

Are masks required
Yes

Base Lodge Regulation

Indoor chalets are open at 15% capacity. This means that if our indoor spaces are at capacity you will not be permitted entry until others leave. Please take care to limit your time in chalets to make room for others. Ensure while indoors you are wearing a mask, maintaining a 2 metre distance from others, and sanitizing your hands often.

Lift Regulations

Are there COVID-19 rules/restrictions on lifts
Yes

Lift Regulations

Please continue to physically distance from others and maintain a minimum 2 metre distance from other guests as well as staff whenever possible. This includes in lift lines as well as ticket lines. 

Dining Regulations

Are there COVID-19 rules/restrictions for on-mountain dining
Yes

Dining Indoors
Yes

Dining Regulations

Grab and go food options are available, but indoor seating is limited to 15% capacity and reserved for those purchasing food and beverage on site. At this time, no outdoor food or beverage is permitted in our chalets. 

 

If you chose to bring your own lunches, we ask that you take advantage of our ski in/ski out parking lots and eat at your vehicles or outdoors. 

Ski School

Are there COVID-19 rules/regulations for ski school
Yes

Ski School URL

Ski School Regulations

Private lessons will be the only available lessons at this time. 

Ski Rental Legend

Are there COVID-19 rules/regulations for ski rentals
No

Transportation

Are there rules/restrictions on public transportation
No

Lodging Legend

Are there COVID-19 rules/restrictions on lodging
No

Elevation

  • 8570ft
    Summit
  • 3002ft
    Vertical Drop
  • 5571ft
    Base

Lifts

  • 0
  • 0
  • 3
  • 1
  • 1
  • 1
  • 1
  • 7
    Total

Terrain

  • Beginner Runs

    30%

  • Intermediate Runs

    30%

  • Advanced Runs

    20%

  • Expert Runs

    20%

  • Runs

    91

  • Terrain Parks

    4

  • Longest Run

    3.5 mi

  • Skiable Terrain

    1720 ac

  • Snow Making

    200 ac

Overview

Boasting the highest base elevation of the Canadian Rockies and located in Jasper National Park, Marmot Basin offers a 3000ft vertical drop and 1,675 acres of skier and rider accessible terrain. 86 runs showcase groomers, trees, bumps, alpine bowls and chutes and are serviced by seven lifts including three high-speed quads. Freestylers will find two terrain parks with a good variety of jumps, rails, boxes and jibs for entertainment.

More Info

The resort has a rental and repair shop. Ski shop, lessons including the Outer Limits Mountain Experience program. Three mountain day lodges, gift shop. Plenty of restaurants, bars, lounges, and discos in town. Nursery for children ages 19 months to 7 years. First aid at area, hospital in town. 5% snowmaking.

Important Dates

  • Projected OpeningProjected Closing11/07/202005/02/2021
  • Years Open
    57
  • Average Snowfall
    173"

Gallery: Marmot Basin

Marmot Basin Reviews

liquidblueloft
15th December 20205
This place is horrible. Terrible snow. Boring runs. You don't want to go here. Especially right after a huge snow fall. Stay...Full review
anonymous
2nd May 20193
this is my Local hill, therefore I'm biased. but this is a unique, chill mountain, and Jasper is to Banff, like Edmonton...Full review
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Current Conditions: Marmot Basin

Latest Snowfall

24 HR

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48 HR

2"

72 HR

2"
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Current Weather

Apr 23

19°F

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