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w: http://www.skicastle.ca/

t: +1 403-627-5101

e: info@skicastle.ca

e: 1453

p: CANADA

z: Canada Alberta

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79 slopes

  • 12

  • 32

  • 27

  • 8

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0 Km. Skiable

0 Snow Cannons

Lifts

  • 4 CHAIRLIFT
  • 3 BUTTON LIFT

60-70 €PRICE OF SKI PASS DAY / ADULT

2273 - 1410 Ski resort altitude

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150Km. Distance to Airport

Castle Mountain Resort is situated at the East of Alberta, just at the border of British Colombia. The resort is located in the Rocky Mountains at 1450 meters above the sea level. To access the station from the nearest city Lethbridge, take the #3 highway until Picher, then go to Beaver Mines and take the road 774 which ends at the resort. The station is situated on 2 mountains, the peaks of Gravenstafle (2391M) and the North Peak (2354M) feature the majority of the station. The Tamarrack Chair, the Sundance Triple Chair and the T Rex Bar give access to these 2 summits. If on the right side of the mountains on the trails map the difficulty of the slopes is varied, designed for beginners as well as confirmed skiers, the Chute Side below the skyline traverse only comprises the harder slopes where experts can enjoy the deep powder snow. However do not miss the Chinch traverse which takes you back to the chairlift and the main slopes of the station. The slopes of the second mountain are designed for beginners. Take the Huckleberry triple chair and enjoy a run through the forest and the Ghost Rider and Ambushi glades! If the station is perfect for alpine skiing it also provides cross country trail, snow shoe tours and the unique experience of cat skiing! What is the concept of cat skiing? Book the day, take the Huckleberry Chair and wait for your own personal cat which will climb up the mountain and take you to untouched valleys and challenging bowls and glades. It is an amazing skiing opportunity which allows you to enjoy a 2000 vertical feet run you will never forget.

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