Located at a distance of hardly 10 minutes from the Town of Banff, Mt. Norquayis the most approachable mountain for skiing, snowboarding and tubing in Banff national park.The mountain is stretched over 190 acres of land and has 28 ski trails. The ski area suitable for all offering different slope levels for beginners and pros. If you are lucky, on the way to the ski are you may spot a few moose and goats.
Mt Norquay Travel Tips
- The ski area gets busy after 12 pm.
Entrance Ticket Details For Mt Norquay
- Visit the official site for ticket prices.
Mt Norquay Hours
- Tube park: Every day Mon-Sun 10:30am – 4pm
How to Reach Mt Norquay
- Elk Street bus stop
- Banff Community High bus stop
- Rabbit Street East Side bus stop
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15.16% of people who visit Banff include Mt Norquay in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
69.57% of people start their Mt Norquay visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Mt Norquay
92.06% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Mt Norquay
Mt Norquay Reviews & Ratings
Perfect place to visit during winter or summer! Beautiful in general.
Stunning views at the top of the gondola and mountaintop restaurant. Parking was easy and bought lift tickets right away. Gondola is actually open-air chair lifts. At the top, there’s a restaurant and bar.
The drive up to the mountain was sooooo beautiful! Amazingly friendly staff who helped a lot and let me tell you I ask a ton of questions. Very affordable and fair prices. The skii instructors sounded amazing and we're incredibly engaged with the classes. I didn't attend because my ego is too high but they made me want to take one next time. Made some friends on the gondola so people are friendly in the area. They have lockers for people who aren't staying there. Definitely recommend 10/10.
After having done the Via Ferrata tour, great place to have a simple but good dinner before heading down with the Gondola.
Beware of the winding road to get there. Every time I go someone is always in my lane going the opposite direction going too fast, on my ass (despite ice and extreme curves— better pray I don’t brake suddenly), or in the ditch. If you make it to the mountain, the skiing is awesome! I love Mt. Norquay.