Marble Mountain Resort is a premier ski and snow boarding destination located in Atlantic Canada. With over 95,000 visitors a year from across the world it is the place to be when it’s winter in Canada. We believe that the site has some of the best presentation, functionality and innovation that will allow visitors to easily find what they need.
Marble Zip Tours and New Spider Challenge Course
Zip across the beautiful Steady Brook Falls and watch the scenic Humber Valley and Bay of Islands pass you by! Try out the new Spider Challenge course and test your skills on various obstacles high in the sky, including a double zip line for you and a friend at the same time! Both activities are fun for all ages! Visit Marble Zip Tours for more information and for reservations!
Hiking and Sightseeing
Take in the impressive views of the Bay of Islands, the Humber River, and the Blow Me Down Mountains, all from the radar at the peak of Marble! There are many routes for all ability levels to the top, just drop in the lodge and grab a a trail map! The views are breathtaking, but so is the climb, so prepare accordingly! You can also take a stroll on the walking paths leading to the rushing Steady Brook Falls. Catch some zip lining in action, or go for a dip to cool off!
Other Activities Close By!
For the golfing enthusiast, western Newfoundland is sprinkled with lush winding fairways and manicured greens surrounding. Humber Valley Resort offers one of Canada’s best golf courses and it’s minutes away! If spending time in the great outdoors is what you’re looking for, the opportunities are endless here!
Choose from adventurous cave exploration, scenic river rafting, or addictive rock climbing. Cycle Solutions, a local bicycle shop in Corner Brook, hosts an array of tours of the area. Kayaking is always popular and will allow you to explore all the treasures and vistas found around along the western Newfoundland coastline. Relax and indulge in some of the world’s best fishing in one of our many near by rivers – including the mighty Humber.