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View of the ski resort on Castle Mountain

Skiing Castle Mountain

With an average annual snowfall of 910 cms, the white stuff here satisfies any snow hound’s appetite. If it’s terrain you’re after, Castle Mountain serves it up Rocky Mountain style. We’ve got 2833 vertical feet of steeps, deeps, natural drops, chutes, bowls, glades, groomed cruisers and gentle rollers. Castle's Powder Stagecoach takes you on a one day backcountry adventure to ride open bowls and secret powder stashes. The Powder Stagecoach Cat Skiing is one of the very few resort-based Cat Ski operations in western Canada and is Alberta's Best Cat Skiing adventure.

Test report
3.6 out of 5 stars
Ski slopes »
78 km
Easy 10 km (13 %)
Intermediate 40 km (51 %)
Difficult 28 km (36 %)

Ski lifts »
Total: 6
Snow report »
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Elevation info 1600 m - 2000 m (Difference 400 m)
Slopes 23 km
Ski lifts
  • 7
Lift ticket SFr. 47,- / € 43,- (Day ticket main season)
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Elevation info 630 m - 2500 m (Difference 1870 m)
Slopes 136 km
Ski lifts
  • 44
Lift ticket € 50,- (Day ticket main season)
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