Cloud skiing in Jasper
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Jasper ski piste


Set in its own National Park, for a real flavour of the Canadian West

This charming and welcoming little resort is a haven for wildlife lovers with skiing in unspoilt surroundings at nearby Marmot Basin in the stunning Jasper National Park. Shimmering glaciers, forests, frozen lakes and waterfalls form the backdrop for a range of activities from dog-sledding to ice canyon walks and wildlife safaris, and Jasper ski area’s uncrowded slopes and dry powder snow are renowned. In recent years Jasper ski resort has installed new state-of-the-art lifts to significantly improve the mountain experience, and the management team’s passion for skiing is infectious!. After only a few runs, you’ll start to appreciate Marmot’s mellow, uncrowded, unpretentious vibe. At 1700 metres, Marmot boasts the highest base elevation of all Canadian ski resorts, and often enjoys heavy snowfall when it’s raining lower down. Jasper has a selection of lively bars and restaurants, a friendly relaxed atmosphere and the slopes are easily reached by a 20 minute trolley bus ride directly from your hotel.

Insiders guide
  • High altitude skiing & guaranteed snow
  • Great value resort
  • Flights with top scheduled airlines


Sawridge Hotel

This elegant hotel offers a high standard of accommodation and service.Popular with our repeat clients who enjoy hotels ambiance and amenities.

£ 997 per person
Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge

Nestled in the midst of 1000 acres of the world’s most glorious surroundings, 5 min drive or 45 min walk from 'downtown' Jasper, the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge offers every conceivable amenity, including their own ski bus shuttle.

£ 1214 per person
Chateau Jasper

Well loved hotel in downtown Jasper with easy reach to the shops, bars and restaurants.great dining experience at the Chateau Jaspet to enjoy, swimming pool and wellness day spa.

£ 913 per person
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