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Elevation: 5452.8 ft
Outlook of the base area at Lake Louise (elevation 1.646m)
46 °F
4 hours ago
Elevation: 5885.8 ft
How much snow does Sunshine Village have at the moment?
48 °F
temporarily unavailable
Elevation: 3697.5 ft
This webcam in Calgary, Canada shows the lifts and slopes in the ski resort Winter Hill. The ski resort is a popular destination in the snowy...
57 °F
4 hours ago
Elevation: 5518.4 ft
View from Marmot Basin Lower Mountain
64 °F
temporarily unavailable
Elevation: 5908.8 ft
View towards the slopes at the lift Cascade
55 °F
temporarily unavailable
Elevation: 5380.6 ft
The webcam is located at the upper station of Gold Chair lift at Nakiska ski resort with view to the intermediate slopes Upper Mapmaker and Gold Road.
43 °F
temporarily unavailable
Elevation: 3133.2 ft
The webcam shows the view from the Triple chair towards the Sundeck in the Canadian Canyon Ski Resort close to Red Deer, Alberta.
55 °F
4 hours ago
Elevation: 4658.8 ft
Snowcam in the ski resort Castle Mountain.
48 °F
temporarily unavailable
Elevation: 2106.3 ft
The webcam faces the Bunny Hill and the chairlift Porcupine
55 °F
4 hours ago
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Canada’s Most Western Province

Alberta is one of the most important skiing regions in Canada. The most western province in Canada is characterized by the Rocky Mountains and therefore offers top conditions for winter sport enthusiasts. Here you will find some of the most famous skiing regions in all of Canada. Very popular indeed is Banff National Park which is a great location for powder snow maniacs. Lake Louise, Mt. Norquay and Sunshine Village offer a huge variety of slopes. Together they form the 'Big 3' with a total of 3,000 hectares and more than 270 runs. The very dry snow and the large deep-snow slopes attracts skiers from all over the world.

 

The largest city in Alberta is Calgary. Starting in Calgary you can reach many ski resorts very easily, for example the resort Nakiska you are able to reach within an hour. This ski area is very popular with freestyle skiers and snowboarders. It harbors the oldest halfpipe which some say is the best halfpipe in Alberta. A real insider is the ski resort Castle Mountain close to the Waterton Lake National Park. Here you supposedly find the best powder snow in Alberta. Fans of tree skiing will have great possibilities to discover unknown terrain here.

 

From Frankfurt/Main there are multiple airline companies which offer direct flights to Calgary. You have more options if you consider a stopover in London or Amsterdam.

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