Everything You Need To Know for A Ski Trip To Marmot Basin

Everything You Need To Know for A Ski Trip To Marmot Basin

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written by SunDog Transportation and Tour Co.

Maximize your ski trip experience at Marmot Basin with our guide covering lift tickets, weather and snow reports, and shuttle services.

These are our tips to help you have a stress-free day at Marmot Basin.

1. Introduction: Jasper’s Marmot Basin Ski Resort

Marmot Basin is one of the most popular ski resorts in the Canadian Rockies, known for its breathtaking views, diverse terrain, and fantastic ski experience. Grizzled veterans love the alpine bowls and chutes, local teens and ski clubs flock to the 2 terrain parks, and laid back families love the high quality groomers in the sun and the on hill child care nursery.

Whatever your level, there is something to keep you entertained and challenged at Marmot Basin.  While planning your ski trip, there are a few important things to know about the mountain, getting lift tickets, checking weather reports, and arranging shuttle services.  Good news – you’re in the right place for all of them.

2. Marmot Basin Lift Tickets

Pricing: Lift ticket pricing for Marmot Basin varies depending on your age, and your number of days spent on the mountain. An adult ticket is $125 for a full day and $99 for a half day. Discounts are available for youth, seniors, and multi-day passes. We recommend getting the Marmot Escape Card if you’re spending more than 1 day on the mountain. It’s the best deal around!

How to Purchase: Lift tickets can be purchased online, at the resort’s ticket office, or at authorized retail locations in the area. Click here to purchase single and multi day Marmot Basin passes online.

Discounted Packages: Discounted packages are available for lift tickets, equipment rentals, and lessons. Checkout the Marmot Basin website for more information.

3. Weather, Snow, and Run Report

Stay up-to-date on the weather conditions at Marmot Basin by checking their webcams and weather report here. The resort offers real-time updates on snow conditions, temperature, and wind speed.

You can also check what lifts and trails are open in real time on their Lifts, Trails, & Grooming page.

4. The Sundog Shuttle to Marmot Basin

If you are staying in Jasper, take advantage of Sundog’s Shuttle service to Marmot Basin. The shuttle runs daily during the ski season and offers convenient pick-up and drop-off locations. The Sundog shuttle is a super reliable, affordable, and stress free way to get you and your group up and down from Marmot Basin.

Pick-up & drop-off times & locations: View the full schedule here to find the option that is best for you

Booking: Reservations for shuttle services can be made online here or by calling Sundog. It is recommended to book in advance to secure your spot.

Pricing: Shuttle prices are $20 per person.

5. Conclusion

Marmot Basin is an exciting ski destination that offers a fantastic experience for skiers and snowboarders of all levels. By following this guide, you can plan your trip and have a worry-free experience. Remember to book your lift tickets and shuttle services in advance, and stay informed about weather and snow conditions.

Enjoy your ski trip to Marmot Basin!