We believe that Mount Norquay is the best kept secret in the Bow Valley. One hour from the Calgary City limits and minutes from Banff, Norquay offers a variety of skiing terrain, from untracked double black diamond thrillers, to gentle rolling beginner runs.
Banff locals have been skiing Norquay since 1926. The small mountain sports a rich history of ski racing. Since the first slalom course was set in 1929 the hill has been the training ground for skiers such as Nancy Green, Kate Pace, Rob Boyd and Karen Percy. The racing tradition continues today. Norquay is home to a number of racing clubs from the Calgary/Banff area and hosts several skiing and boarding competitions each year.
Norquay is often overlooked by the crowds from Calgary. Long lift lines are almost unheard of. The atmosphere at Norquay is great! Great runs, great lifts, great lodge, and the friendliest staff in the Rockies!
Norquay boasts 28 runs covering 190 acres. 20 per cent per cent beginner, 36 per cent intermediate, 28 per cent advanced and 16 per cent expert.