Edmonton Ski Club

Edmonton Ski Club

Ranked as one of North America's premier trail-filled urban environments, Edmonton is known for having one of the world's most concentrated areas of greens. But in winter it has a reputation as a premier winter city. Choose from dozens of trails to snowshoe, Nordic or alpine ski, or hit the slopes at three separate ski hills, all within the city limits. Festivals such as Ice on Whyte, Silver Skate, and the Edmonton Birkebeiner Nordic ski race, all help to ward off winter weariness.

Details
General Details

In the heart of Edmonton and the perfect place to take the family for a day in the snow.

Activities
Cross Country Skiing
Night Skiing
Skiing
Snowboarding
Snowshoeing
Snowmaking?

Yes

Season
Mid November to Mid March
Hours of Operation

Monday to Friday 9:00 am - 9:00 pm

Saturday and Sunday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Average Temperature (Celcius)
-5
Average Season Snowfall (Inches)
48
Rentals?
Yes
Lessons/Ski School?
Yes
On-Hill Food Options?
Yes
Stats
Total Runs
8
Beginner Runs (%)
40
Intermediate Runs (%)
45
Advanced/Expert (%)
15
Terrain Parks
2
Rideable Area (Acres)
20
Number of Lifts
4
Lift Details

two tow ropes

Location
Phone
Email
ski@snowvalley.ca
Community
Edmonton
Province
Alberta

Getting There
Driving

Right downtown next to the Muttart Conservancy (the glass pyramids)

Flights

Edmonton International Airport welcomes visitors from Canada and from around the world. Rental cars are available at the airport complex. EIA is 30 km south of Edmonton.