Marble Mountain is a mountain sports resort famous for having some of the best skiing opportunities on Canada’s eastern coast. It sits in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains while overlooking the stunning natural beauty of the Humber Valley. Enjoy the renowned skiing facilities that made Marble Mountain a major venue during the Canada Winter Games in 1999.
From December to April, Marble Mountain is a paradise for skiers and snowboarders. Find 230 acres (93 hectares) of skiable terrain and 39 varied trails suitable for beginners to experts. Carve down runs with vertical drop up to 1,700 feet (519 meters) and hone your freestyling skills at the terrain park. Rent a snowmobile for an alternative way to explore the snow-covered slopes.
Reach the mountain via four lifts, including a high-speed detachable quad chairlift for ease getting on and off the chair and speed going up the mountain. Take a moment to admire views of deep valleys, rivers, rugged mountain peaks and the Bay of Islands.
For year-round fun, come to the Marble Zip Tours at the base of the mountain. Travel high above the Humber Valley on a series of nine exhilarating zip-line courses. Experience speeds of up to 19 miles per hour (30 kilometers per hour) as you move between the treetop platforms and fly over Steady Brook Falls. Test your agility on the Spider Challenge high ropes and obstacle course.
During the warmer months, the mountain is a great place for hiking. Follow a short trail to an aerial viewing platform above Steady Brook Falls or hike along steep paths to the summit of Marble Mountain. Visit the Marble Deck for live music events and barbecues.
Marble Mountain is a 15-minute drive from Corner Brook on the island of Newfoundland. Deer Lake Regional Airport, which receives flights from major Canadian cities, is about a 45-minute drive away.