Norquay Resort

Norquay Resort
Norquay Resort

Norquay Resort

Whether you’re a beginner or expert, ski or board the day away
  • Mon - Sun: 8:30 AM - 5 PM
  • Holidays may affect these hours

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Ski close to Calgary

People have skied on Mount Norquay since 1926 – that’s a long time! It's long been a popular destination for Albertans who like to get out on the slopes, especially families. Today, there are runs for beginners and for experts, so the whole family can spend the day out in the mountains. Experts, check out the steep, mogul-studded runs, including Upper Lone Pine, for a real challenge. Beginners, head to the easier runs – still a thrill, and a fantastic place to build your skills. Want to try something else? Go tubular! There are multiple snow-tubing sliding lanes (including a kid-friendly area) as well as lift access. Head out with your family, your friends, or even your colleagues. When you're done for the day (or if you just need a break from the excitement) head to Cascade Lodge. Upstairs, you'll find a pub and restaurant, where you can sip a cold brew or grab a bite to eat as you marvel at the mountain views. You'll also find ski lockers, a deli and cafeteria, washrooms, and the ski school desk in the spacious, rustic lodge. And speaking of the ski school, here's your chance to sharpen your skills (or acquire new ones), with lessons for kids and adults. There are one-time sessions or multi-week programs, depending on how often you'll be out there. There's also a place to gather – a 24,000 square foot space that you can use to host a variety of events, including corporate retreats, private functions, and weddings. Gorgeous scenery included, regardless of whether it's work or play.

Why Go

People have skied on Mount Norquay since 1926 – that’s a long time! It's long been a popular destination for Albertans who like to get out on the slopes, especially families. Today, there are runs for beginners and for experts, so the whole family can spend the day out in the mountains. Experts, check out the steep, mogul-studded runs, including Upper Lone Pine, for a real challenge. Beginners, head to the easier runs – still a thrill, and a fantastic place to build your skills. Want to try something else? Go tubular! There are multiple snow-tubing sliding lanes (including a kid-friendly area) as well as lift access. Head out with your family, your friends, or even your colleagues. When you're done for the day (or if you just need a break from the excitement) head to Cascade Lodge. Upstairs, you'll find a pub and restaurant, where you can sip a cold brew or grab a bite to eat as you marvel at the mountain views. You'll also find ski lockers, a deli and cafeteria, washrooms, and the ski school desk in the spacious, rustic lodge. And speaking of the ski school, here's your chance to sharpen your skills (or acquire new ones), with lessons for kids and adults. There are one-time sessions or multi-week programs, depending on how often you'll be out there. There's also a place to gather – a 24,000 square foot space that you can use to host a variety of events, including corporate retreats, private functions, and weddings. Gorgeous scenery included, regardless of whether it's work or play.

What's Great

Norquay suits all skill levels so the whole family can enjoy a day on the slopes. Refuel at the Cascade Lodge with a cold brew, a hot chocolate or a lunch to give you energy for an afternoon of runs.

Local Tip:

Not a skier? You can still enjoy the mountain experience with tubing. Multiple snow-tube sliding lanes, including a kid-friendly area, complete with lift access.
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