Over 3500 skiable acres. Two mountains. 78 trails. 8 alpine bowls. 6 lifts. 3 terrain parks. Summit of 7463 feet … so high you can see into British Columbia’s back yard. The numbers speak for themselves, but there’s plenty more to know about our mountains.
Mid December – Mid April (Weather and snow dependant)
Hours of Operation
Open 7 days a week
Lift Operation Hours
Weekends: All lifts will open at 9:00am Green, Huckleberry & Blue (Sundance Chair) will close at 4:00pm Red (Tamarack) Chair closes at 3:30pm
Weekdays: Green & Huckleberry Chair open at 9:00am Blue (Sundance) Chair & Red (Tamarack) Chair open at 9:30am All chairs close at 3:30pm .
All hours of operation are subject to change due to weather & avalanche conditions.
4,630 feet/1,410 meters
7,463 feet/2,273 meters
2,833 feet/863 meters
Sundance Chairlift (1460 ft/445 m)
Tamarack (1380 ft/420 m)
Huckleberry Chair (1084 ft/330 m)
T-Rex T-Bar (1730 ft/526 m)
Green Chair (160 ft/49 m)
Barney Handletow (20 ft/6.6 m)
T-Bar Pub and Grill
Castle Mountain Day Lodge
CMR was formed in 1996/97
Number of Trails
104 (includes Cat Skiing Terrain)
Groomed Cross Country Trail
Ski and snowboard
RAWHIDE TERRAIN PARK
The Progression Park is located on Buffalo Flats. The Rawhide Slopestyle Park is located on lower Tumbleweed with access to the jump line from Upper Lone Ranger & access to the easier rails from Tumbleweed. The Parking Lot Park(PLP) is located in the South East corner of the base area parking lot.
Parks open as soon as we have enough snow to ensure safety. It is always a work in progress with features being added and changed throughout this season.
Check at Huckleberry Chair or Guest Services for opening times & conditions which change with the snow & weather.
Castle Mountain’s Terrain Parks are designed for riders by riders with a variety of rider abilities taken into consideration. Every rider level is taken into consideration when building the parks so that we have features to please the average Joe and big time pro. With the park crew at the helm of the snow cat and design, good things are sure to come.
There is so much to do after a day on the slopes! Come explore Southern Alberta. A unique and diverse blend of dining experiences and quaint shops and activities are nestled away in our mountain villages.
Pincher Creek Pool & Hot Tub
Sore muscles? Enjoy a soak in the hot tub or a splash in the pool. Kids can enjoy the Tarzan rope, slide, diving board & kiddie pool with fountain. Call for the schedule.403-627-4062
Beaver Mines General Store
Pre-Castle coffee, lunches, snacks, gas. Après- Castle liquor store, gifts, snacks & more. Open 7 days/week 7am to 7pm 403 627 4878
The Outdoor Outlet
Alberta’s best kept secret…CLOSEOUT, OUTLET STORE pricing on some of the biggest and best names in the outdoor world! Save up to 70% on gear, clothing and footwear from The North Face, Merrell, Columbia, Lole, Salomon, Icebreaker and more! Open 7 days a week, Downtown Pincher Creek next to Rexall Drugstore.
www.outdooroutlet.ca (403) 627-2227 @ooutletpcreek
Pincher Creek Co-op
See the difference that quality food and great service can make to your life. Full Bakery, Deli, lunch bar & more. Open 7 days
Stella’s Inn Pub & Grill
Stella invites you to a warm & welcoming atmosphere for a friendly evening of dining. Enjoy our entertainment, children welcome. Stay, Play & Eat. Open Thursday-Sunday 4:00pm- 10:00pm Located in Beaver Mines 403 627 2588
Harvest Coffeehouse Pincher Creek
Come experience Southwest Alberta’s newest coffeehouse in downtown Pincher Creek. Bringing a unique urban rustic vibe to this small town in the foothills…local artisan coffee, handcrafted espresso, chai and tea bar offerings, from-scratch daily baking, eclectic lunch menu, free wifi, and more! Extremely family friendly, on-street parking, open 7 days a week, next to CIBC bank on Main Street.
www.harvestcoffee.ca or check us out on Facebook! @harvest_coffee