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Mountain Stats

The highest base elevation of any major Canadian ski area

Mountain Size

ELEVATIONS
Summit 2,612 m (8,570 ft) Base 1,698 m (5570 ft) Vertical Drop 914 m (3,000 ft)

SKIABLE TERRAIN
1,720 acres (696 hectares) of terrain on five mountain faces

ALTITUDE
Canada's highest base elevation at 1,698 m (5,570 ft)

LONGEST RUN
5.6 km (3.5 miles)

Mountain Terrain

LIFTS
7 lifts including 4 quad chairs, 1 triple chair, 1 double chair and a Magic Carpet

91 RUNS
30% Novice, 30% Intermediate, 20% Advanced, 20% Expert

DIVERSE TERRAIN
Wide variety of groomed runs, trees, moguls, alpine bowls and chutes

TERRAIN PARKS

2 terrain parks across the mountain
Small to XL features: jumps, rails, boxes and jibs
Mini Terrain Park with small and medium features: rails and boxes

Snow Quality & Climate

SEASON
Skiing through 6 months from mid-November to early May

SNOWFALL
Averaging over 450 cms of dry, light Alberta powder snow annually

TEMPERATURE
Average: December -10°C January -9°C, February -9°C, March -6°C April -2°C