Experience Adventure at Marble MountainBy Newfoundland & Labrador
Nestled at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, towering over the beautiful Humber Valley in Western Newfoundland is Marble Mountain – renowned for the best skiing on Canada's east coast.
With the highest vertical drop of any ski area in Atlantic Canada, you'll soar down 250 acres and 39 trails catering to all skill levels and preferences: beginners, intermediates, and self-proclaimed mogul masters. If snowboarding is your fervor, rip up the terrain park.
Carve up the runs day and night from December to April. At the summit of the mountain, take in the stunning, rugged panorama as you stand 1,700 feet above the banks of the Humber River. Located just five minutes away from Corner Brook, Canada's snowiest city, Marble Mountain receives an average 16 feet of natural snowfall annually. And if Mother Nature takes a break, you can rely on state-of-the-art snowmaking equipment.
Hate waiting in line? Marble Mountain's Lightning Express is the only high-speed detachable quad lift in Atlantic Canada. It's just one of five lifts that will carry you up the slopes over the spectacular west coast scenery. Lineups are short, so you'll spend less time on the lifts and more time on the mountain.
During your downtime, enjoy après ski in the post-and-beam base lodge. Described as "the most beautiful lodge in the world" by Powder Magazine, this 54,000-square-foot lodge holds a bar, cafeteria-style restaurant, and more under its wooden cathedral ceiling.
In Steady Brook, there are all kinds of places to stay within walking distance of the lifts, including Atlantic Canada’s only ski-in, ski-out accommodation, Marble Villa. Whether you are looking for the convenience of slope-side accommodations, cabins, a B&B, or a 4.5-star lodge, there’s something to suit everyone’s tastes at Marble.
Skiing and snowboarding isn’t all Marble has to offer. Take in the stunning scenery with Marble Zip Tours and Aerial Park year-round. Ride nine ziplines that traverse the Steady Brook Gorge and Falls –some span 2,000 feet and are 285 feet high. The aerial obstacle course challenges guests with three levels of obstacles suspended up to 50 feet above the ground. The mountain is also a beautiful place snowmobiling, or for hiking and ATVing during the warmer months of the year.
A Humber Valley hotspot, there are goings-on at Marble throughout the year. Check out the listings on our events page for activities on the mountain, and in the surrounding area.
Marble Mountain is located 30-minutes from Deer Lake Airport and a 10-minute drive from Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador's second largest city. Need help planning your winter vacation? Have a look at our winter itinerary for inspiration.
Do you have a tale to tell about a visit to Newfoundland and Labrador?Tell us your story
- White Hills Resort: Living Up to Its Name
- Hiking in the Humber Valley & Bay of Islands
- Snowshoeing & Cross-Country Skiing in Newfoundland…
- Snowmobile tours showcase mountain views, wildlife…
- World-class skiing, Canada’s highest zip line await…
- Snowshoes, Skidoos and More Winter Fun in Newfoundland
- Skiing Gros Morne National Park
- Mid Winter Bivver celebrates snowmobiling and food
- Top 10 Canadian winter getaways