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Natural and man made fresh powder in this Canadian resort.
The average annual snowfall in Jasper / Marmot Basin is 400 centimetres each year.
Natural powder is augmented with 1 cannons or "snow guns" along 0.6km of piste which equates to approximately 1% of all Jasper / Marmot Basin runs.
Off-piste skiing and snowboarding is permitted which helps to alleviate the wear and tear on ski conditions on the patrolled trails.
You can get the latest Jasper / Marmot Basin report and forecast free on your mobile phone by visiting our mobile website.
You can also call the Jasper / Marmot Basin Information phone number 4885909 to hear their report in these languages: English.
The slopes in the Jasper / Marmot Basin domain face in these directions: NE SE
In the coldest winter months of January and February you'll be grateful for a resort with South facing ski areas, which offer some welcome light and warmth in the depths of a mountain winter.
In the warmest spring months of April and May, you'll find the best (ie not slushy) riding is to be had on the cooler and shady North facing trails.
Jasper / Marmot Basin rating for snow quality is 4 stars out of 5 overall