Banff Mt Norquay Ski Resort Guide (Banff Mount Norquay)
- Acres of ski:190
- Terrain Parks:1
Starting with Banff's first ski runs in 1926, Norquay is still where the local kids learn to ski. Offering a variety of ticket options and a family friendly mix of terrain, Mt Norquay is perfect for first-timers, great for intermediates looking for groomed cruisers, and the challenging terrain like the Lone Pine and Gun Run offers some of the best steep fall lines in the Banff area. Did you know you can buy a 3-hour ticket at any time of the day? No need to wait for a half day ticket! Norquay offers the most convenient Banff skiing, popular snow sports programs great for kids and adults, and don't forget Norquay has Banff's only snow tubing which is open 7 days per week, 11 to 4, and soon will be open on Friday and Saturday nights too.
- Nearest Airport:Calgary
- Nearest Train Station:Calgary
- Tourist Office Phone:+1/403/7624421
- Tourist Office Website:www.banffnorquay.com
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- Issued:15 Oct
- Last Snowfall:15 October 2019
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Visitor Reviews of Banff Mt Norquay
Steve from France writes:
I heard a lot about Norquay being smaller than Louise or Sunshine. It's true, but no line-ups (even at Xmas) and a crazy 'tubing' faster than anywhere I know!
Super staff, super groomed slopes and still crazy chutes if you can walk 5 min.
On north east storms this is the place to be! They receive tonnes of snow from the north east.
The lines are steep and no flats like Sunshine...
Only 5 min from Banff. You can just go there for 1 or 2 hours on lunch brake or for a bit of park practice.
Don t miss it!