This week, Mt. Norquay released some exciting details on it’s long-term goals for resort development, its “Norquay 100 Vision”.
In recognition of its approaching 100th anniversary in 2026, the Norquay 100 Vision sees creating a flagship purposeful travel experience for everyone visiting Norquay and aims to modernize ski and sightseeing opportunities with energy-efficient lifts, integration of new and heritage buildings, and more.
About the Norquay 100 Vision
Creating a Purposeful Travel Experience for All
Banff, AB, (October 4, 2022) – Mount Norquay is planning to replace its North American Chairlift, originally built in 1946, with a two-station gondola running from the main lodge area to the Cliff House restaurant. The proposed replacement of the outdated chairlift would also tie in the removal of the North American lodge, an expanded and restored Cliff House, relocated and restored ski jumping judging towers, an accessible Via Ferrata route, and an enhanced shuttle system.
The Facilities and Lift Replacement Project aligns with the current Norquay Long Range Plan (2013), conforms to the Norquay Site Guidelines (2011), and supports the Banff National Park Management Plan (2022). The significant upgrade to these out-of-date facilities is part of a larger plan for Banff’s hometown hill, Norquay 100 Vision, which aims to modernize ski and sightseeing opportunities with energy-efficient lifts, integration of new and heritage buildings, and more…
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