Alberta – Ski Areas
Pass Powder Keg is a leading Ski resort located in the fine mountains. We strive to bring the latest developments through our blog, as well as inform our trusty repeat customers of our personal lives.
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.
Nakiska is nestled in the heart of the Canadian Rockies in picturesque Kananaskis Country, only 45 minutes from the vibrant city of Calgary.
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.
Misery Mountain is located 486 km north-west of Edmonton and 195 km north-east of Grande Prairie and offers downhill skiing and boarding on 26 slopes with 560ft of vertical. Our Hill boasts a quad chairlift and t-bars!
Long Lake Ski Area is located in Alberta, just South of Boyle at Long Lake Provincial Park. We are a remote hill that has 12 runs, a rope tow, and t-bar lifts. We are located in the middle of nature with lots of wildlife and beautiful scenery.
This weekend, Canada’s Rocky Mountains play host to the world’s fastest female speed skiers at Lake Louise Ski Resort for the Audi FIS Ski World Cup, December 2-4, 2017. Two women’s downhills and one super-G are a ‘go’ for this weekend.
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.
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.
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.
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