Choose from Four Options
- C$49 for one All-Inclusive adult (age 18+) ticket (C$75 value)
- C$39 for one All-Inclusive youth (age 13–17) ticket (C$60 value)
- C$21 for one All-Inclusive child (age 6–12) ticket (C$30 value)
- C$69 for one All-Inclusive lift ticket and a ski or snowboard rental package (up to C$109 total value)
All-Inclusive tickets include an all-day skiing/snowboard pass, tubing day pass, and sightseeing day pass.
When it opened to the public in 1926, Mt. Norquay became the first ski area in the Canadian Rockies. Stretching high above the quaint village of Banff, the mountain's 190 acres of powder-rich terrain still remain one of the country's most beloved.
Come the thaw, the mountains promise just as much activity. Home to grizzly and black bear, marvel at the spectacular views of Mt. Rundle and Bow Valley as you travel up an epic 8-minute open-air chairlift ride. Hikers come from all over the world to explore the deep, untouched wilds of Banff National Park, where glacier-fed lakes and towering peaks promise unforgettable views. For a truly unique expedition, Mt. Norquay's seasoned guides invite families to conquer the peak climbing via ferrata. Climbing ladders bored directly into the living rock, guests will scale cliff faces and traverse suspension bridges high into the alpine zone.
No matter when or how visitors choose to explore Mt. Norquay, they can rest assured that the Cliffhouse Bistro will be at the ready to serve their refueling needs. Built in the '50s, the newly refurbished Cliffhouse serves up flavorful meals inspired by the mountains themselves.
At the height of the snow season, skiers of all levels can find exhilarating slopes. Families with young ones may prefer to make a trip to Tube Town to ride down the eight speedy sliding lanes. And Snowboarders and trick skiers can eschew fast chutes and harrowing moguls to catch some air at the terrain park.