Ski For Free with the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge

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Written by bike posted on Friday, February 19th, 2010

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Ski For Free Package at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge

Jasper National Park, Alberta

Jasper has a lot of great things about it. However, two of the very best are the luxurious Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge and the absolutely superb Marmot Basin Ski area. These two institutes of Jasper have teamed up this winter to offer what has already been an absolute success for visitors for a ski and stay package. The reason for this partnership is to celebrate Marmot Basin who this year installed a new high speed quad chair which has been getting visitors up on the hill even quicker.

The ski and stay package in Jasper is a fantastic offer.


The Fairmont has a reputation around the Rockies for luxury and comfort and the Jasper Park Lodge is no exception. Every single time I have visited whether it is for a weekend or just a walk and a cup of tea, I have found myself within arm’s reach of grazing elk – though it was slightly less fun during rutting season when the males might (rightly) judge me as competition. Though only a short drive from town or a gorgeous 45 minute walk, it feels like it is right in the middle of nature.
Marmot is well renowned as one of the best ski hills in North America. Like Jasper National Park, it is so big that it never seems busy or crowded. There are few things you will enjoy more on your vacation than coming home to the beautiful Fairmont Hotel after a long day of skiing or boarding. If you book a room in the Fairmont, you will receive 2 adult lift tickets. If you stay three nights, you will get 4 adult lift tickets. You’ve only got until Mid April to get this deal before Marmot closes for the season so make sure to book your trip to Jasper and the Fairmont soon!
Call for more details: TEL (780) 852-3301

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