Ski Newfoundland & Labrador

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Ski Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada

Newfoundland and Labrador encompasses a very large area on the Atlantic coast of Canada. It is home to 95% of the Atlantic Puffin, the provincial bird of Newfoundland and Labrador. 


It is also home to the Newfoundland dog which is equipped to handle the harsh winters and cold waters with its heavy coat.   One of our favourite pets, the Labrador dog, is also believed to have originated from Newfoundland where they were once called the St. John’s dog or lesser Newfoundland dog.   


This is a place of rugged natural beauty, of ice-bergs and whales.  The capital city is St. John’s.  It also has some excellent skiing, with Marble Mountain offering just about everything the most avid skier or boarder could hope for outside of the Rockies.


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Marble Mountain


This may be one of the best kept secrets around… Marble Mountain is located on the Atlantic side of Canada in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains.  It is a scenic area, surrounded by water, uninhabited islands and craggy coastlines.  You can access Marble Mountain by air into either Deer Lake or Stephenville.   Otherwise access will be via a ferry which departs from Nova Scotia.  It is close to the city of Corner Brook which has all amenities.


Marble Mountain has a very impressive wooden lodge at the base of the mountain where there is evening entertainment, and there is slopeside accommodation.   The mountain is open to boarders and also has a terrain park and half pipe.   They offer night skiing and snowcat skiing, snowmobiling, kite skiing, cross country skiing and tubing.   Annual average snowfall in the area is 200 inches and they have 80% snowmaking facilities.   


They have child care facilities, lessons and rentals and children’s programs and lodging is available close by.   All this, plus you have views over the estuary and Humber River.  This mountain has a lot to offer, with good runs for beginners and intermediates and plenty of challenge for advanced skiers.  Not to mention the opportunity to find some powder with cat skiing!   Web site:


Mont Shana


Mont Shana offers skiing and boarding with a 170 foot vertical drop, 40 skiable acres and 2 lifts (T bar and J bar), 7 trails which are 85% intermediate and 15% advanced.   


White Hills

White Hills is located west of Clarenville on the Trans Canada Highway.  It offers Alpine and Nordic skiing and boarding, with a terrain park and half pipe.   They have a vertical drop of 750 feet, 3 lifts (2 triple chairs and a T-bar), 12 trails over 50 acres rated at 20% beginner, 65% intermediate and 15% advanced.  Lessons and rentals are available and there is lodging close by.

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