Mt Norquay

The best kept secret of the Canadian Rockies

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Explore Banff's Best Kept Secret

Explore Banff's Best Kept Secret

Since its opening in 1926, Mt. Norquay Ski Resort continues to be the locals’ gem. Famous for being the training ground of Olympic and World Cup athletes, and with excellent beginner terrain, everyone will love this family-friendly resort.

Just minutes from the Town of Banff, Mt. Norquay offers the only night skiing in Banff National Park, including a fully lit terrain park and tube park along with snowmaking across 85% of the terrain.

Family-friendly Mt. Norquay offers outstanding conditions for beginner, intermediate and advanced skiers and riders as well as Tube Town  – 6 lanes of tubing fun. Without question, Norquay is the best-kept secret in the Canadian Rockies! 

Current Snow Conditions - Mount Norquay

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Live webcams - Mount Norquay

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Mount Norquay Statistics

Acres / 77 ha
190

Top elevation
6,998 ft 2,133 m

Base elevation
5,350 ft / 1,630 m

Lifts
6

2 Carpet lifts
1 Double chair 
2 Quad chairs 
1 High speed quad

Runs
60

31% Beginner runs

25% Intermediate runs 

44% Advanced runs

Mt Norquay food & dining
Fuel up for a day on-mountain

Mt Norquay food & dining

Enjoy Albertan flavours presented with a twist at Cliffhouse Bistro or grab an après pint at Lone Pine Pub. Simple flavours and fresh produce are everything; careful and considerate sourcing is taken seriously at Norquay.  

Mt Norquay Mountain Stats

Season Length

November - April

Hours of Operation

9:00am - 4:00pm

Opening Date

Early November

Closing Date

April 20, 2024

Night Skiing 

Friday & Saturday nights starting Dec - March

Terrain

190 acres (77ha)

Top Elevation

6,998 ft (2,133m)

Base Elevation

5,350 ft (1,630m)

Annual Snowfall

300cm (120 in)

Lifts

6 (2 carpets, 1 double chair, 2 quad chairs, 1 high speed quad)

Runs

60

Longest Run

1,167 metres (3,828 feet)

Terrain Park

Yes

Tubing

Dec - April

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