Alberta – Ski Areas
Canada Olympic Park, located in Calgary, AB, offers exceptional training grounds for high performance athletes as well as a fun family experience.
We are committed to providing a tremendous visitor experience to our old and new guests and making sure skiers and snowboarders, kids, families and young adults have the best time possible.
We do a lot more here than live up to our “steep and deep” reputation. It's a simpler, more peaceful world at Castle. Some call it solitude. Others call it paradise. SkiCanada calls it Canada’s best freeride terrain. For those of us lucky enough to slide here often, we call it home.
This Ski Hill is a great place to learn and practice your Ski/Riding skills before heading out to the mountains. A Chance to meet new people, and enjoy the out doors with family and friends at a affordable price.
Edmonton Ski Club is located in downtown Edmonton, in Alberta, Canada. It is about a one and a half hour flight from Vancouver on the west coast and a three and a half hour flight from Toronto in the east. Once you’re in Edmonton, local bus and rapid transit services are readily available to get you to the mountain, thanks to its proximity to the downtown area. Edmonton Ski Club also tries to set up ride sharing for local and international seasonal workers.
The Fairview Ski Hill was incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1970 and heavily relied on volunteer and community support. Volunteers continue to assist in projects and the hill is still run by a volunteer board.
Hidden Valley is located in the Cypress Hills Provincial Park near Elkwater, Alberta Canada. Our facility offers a unique opportunity to experience winter activities in a friendly, professional environment.
Kinosoo Ridge, the region’s most popular winter destination, has become an even bigger draw with the addition of a BAGJUMP. Kinosoo Ridge is the destination of choice for snowboarders and skiers who want to test their skills on the only BAGJUMP in Alberta.
The Canadian Rockies’ first ski resort, opening with its first ski runs cut in 1926, Mt. Norquay encompasses a wide variety of terrain, activity and ticket options to suit everyone. The terrain ranges from gentle beginner runs that provide areas to build confidence and skill, up to heart pounding double black diamond runs that will challenge any expert.
A jewel in the Peace Country is about to get even better. Hard to believe Nitehawk Recreation Area is run as a non-profit. Nitehawk Recreation Area has been in existence since 1960 and run by a board of directors, a dedicated team of volunteers and a hard working crew of staff.