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Norquay
Mt Norquay
Banff
AB
T1L 1B4
Tel: 403 762 4421

Where are we going today?

Skiing and snowboarding lessons and open routes are available, with lessons beginning at age 6 and all levels of ability catered for with route options split 20% green runs, 36% blue and the rest black.

Additional snow sports include snowshoeing, mountain chair and snow tubing available for kids over 42".

There is also a beginner friendly terrain park for developing skills and confidence.

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsElements are priced individually.
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

Year round access with seasonal variations.

I'm Hungry!

Family dining options available..

Any Top Tips?

Always check the snow reports before you go..

Can I get one of those?

Relevant equipment and apparel stores available..

What people are saying?

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    Went up the chair lift on Canada Day, the views at the top are spectacular and the ride up and back down is very serene! Also the drive up the winding road was great. Definitely worth doing if you're in Banff.

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    Great view on the way up. Went tubing and it was a great experience :)

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    poor service

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