For more than 50 years downhill skiing in North West Saskatchewan has been synonymous with the Battlefords. Table Mountain is a non-profit organization, that has grown from a quaint little ski hill to what we are today. Through the support of the surrounding communities as well as the Battlefords they are able to provide outdoor “winter fun” for all ages.
Table Mountain is located 16km west of Battleford or 29km east of Cut Knife on Highway 40, then 9.5km north and west on grid road. Table mountain can also be reached by turning off Highway 16 at Delmas and travelling 14.5km south.
Table Mountain Regional Park has something for every level of skier & rider. The 45 acres offer a wide variety of terrain from well groomed runs, to a challenging mogul run or the ever popular terrain park. With state of the art snowmaking system Table Mountain is able to provide excellent conditions from early December to the end of March.
Night skiing/boarding is Friday’s from 6:30-9:30.; starting in January after New Years. Riding will be cancelled if the temperature gets below –20 degrees Celsius.