Current Ski Resort Conditions -
Alberta and the Canadian Rockies

Last updated Saturday, April 26, 2014


WARNING! Both Front Country and Back Country Skiing are, by their very nature, potentially hazardous activities. The information presented here is intended as an adjunct to, not a replacement for, safe skiing practices, sound judgment and experience. The accuracy of the information presented cannot be guaranteed and may change with time. The onus is on the individual to verify the applicability of the information to a given time and environment before using it as the basis of any kind of decision. In addition, accurate knowledge of ski safety, technique and terrain use is requisite to understanding the information presented and in determining it's applicability to your situations. Nature offers few second chances for poor or inappropriate application of information and techniques. This must not be your only source of information. Seek additional information from Ski area personnel, Ski patrollers, Avalanche control personnel, Park Wardens and Rangers. Common sense and a strong will to survive must pervade your thoughts and actions. As the saying goes, "Be Aware... Ski with Care."By using the information contained here, you are releasing the authors and Rescue Dynamics from any liability for any injury, including death, that may occur. You have been warned.
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If you intend to go skiing beyond the controlled environment of the ski resort, please do yourself a favor and get some avalanche training from a reputable school. Travel with experienced partners. Carry an avalanche beacon, probe, shovel, bivouac sack, repair kit and first aid kit. And be sure to check the avalanche bulletins and weather forecasts (Mountain Weather) before going anywhere! Familiarize yourself with the Avalanche Danger Scale and either phone or download the avalanche bulletin.


ALBERTA SKI RESORT CONDITIONS

Canadian Rockies - Alberta / BC Wx Forecast
Ski Resort Conditions
Marmot Basin conditions - Skicam
Lake Louise conditions - Skicam
Sunshine Village conditions - Skicam
Mt. Norquay conditions
Nakiska conditions
Fortress Mountain conditions - Skicam
Fernie, BC conditions - Skicam
Wintergreen conditions
Canyon - Red Deer -
Add a Resort ! -
Weather Underground Alberta Ski Conditions Synopsis - Excellent

Snow Forecast.com - weather images - Banff | Jasper (Marmot) | Lake Louise

British Columbia Ski Resort Conditions
Other areas in Alberta Odyssey - Canada Olympic Park / Castle Mountain Resort
Edmonton Ski Club / Kinosoo Ridge / Hidden Valley
Rabbit Hill / Silver Summit
Nitehawk / Snow Valley / Sunridge
RTL - RTL Clickable resort Map
Other Relevant Ski Information
RSN Cams and Conditions - Ski Conditions
Ski Odyssey Online - Resort Guide
Alberta - British Columbia
Snowsmart - Snozone Ezine
RTL: BC & Alberta Alpine Ski Guide - interesting data but outdated
SKInet Canada Ski Reports
AtPlay - Internet Ski Guide
North American X-Country Ski Reports
Go Ski - Canada - Canadian Resorts and Conditions
Weather Net: ski weather for US resorts


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