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Lake Louise

  • Snowy lake and mountain in Banff National Park
Powder skiing - Winter activities

Sitting pretty in Banff National Park, a combination of superb slopes, endless winter activities and award-winning hotel spas welcome both skiers and non-skiers.

Powder skiing - Winter activities

Sitting pretty in Banff National Park, a combination of superb slopes, endless winter activities and award-winning hotel spas welcome both skiers and non-skiers.

Winter in the serene retreat of Lake Louise sees the creation of an atmospheric Ice Castle built from huge blocks of ice. Don your ice skates to practice your spins and axels against the impressive backdrop of the Victoria Glacier and snow-clad Rocky Mountains.

Photography lessons, snowshoeing, dog sledding and sightseeing tours allow discovery of the dramatic frozen scenery of the Banff National Park. Take a traditional horse-drawn sleigh ride with a glass of Piper Heidsiech Champagne or learn the basics of ice climbing with the use of ice axe and crampons on a private half day tour.

 

Lake Louise Ski Resort in British Columbia, Canada
Young Skier on Mountain Edge at Lake Louise in the Canadian Rockies
Snowdrifts on winter snow covered mountainside
Lake Louise Ski Resort in British Columbia, Canada
Young Skier on Mountain Edge at Lake Louise in the Canadian Rockies
Snowdrifts on winter snow covered mountainside

Young Skier on Mountain Edge at Lake Louise in the Canadian Rockies
The skiing

A Tri-Area lift pass covers Mount Norquay, Sunshine Village and Lake Louise Ski Resort allowing unlimited exploration. Lake Louise is the largest of the three with over 4,200 acres of skiing for all abilities – a good nursery area and gentle green slopes, long cruising intermediate runs and an irresistible array of steep challenges, moguls and remote off-piste. Almost all lifts here access a mix of green, blue and black pistes, perfect for skiing en famille or for mixed ability groups.

Ski resort essentials
  • 4200
    ACRES - LAKE LOUISE
  • 7748
    SKIBIG3
SKI AREA
  • 1600
    METRES
ALTITUDE OF RESORTS
  • 2636
    METRES
HIGHEST SKI POINT
  • 25%
    GREEN
  • 45%
    BLUE
  • 30%
    BLACK
RUNS
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Canada

Get to know our favourite ski spots in Canada, from the acclaimed ski resort of Whistler to the UNESCO heritage site of Banff National Park.

  • A woman wearing a grey beanie hat looking towards out of focus mountains
    Whistler

    The acclaimed ski resort sits on the rugged west coast of Canada, just a short drive from Vancouver – a direct flight makes it the perfect alternative to European skiing. 

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  • A ski lift and Goats Eye Mountain, Banff
    Banff

    In the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage Site that is Banff National Park, a combination of superb slopes, endless winter activities and award-winning hotel spas welcome both skiers and non-skiers.

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