Description provided by Editors
The 2017 World Ski Awards ‘Best Ski Resort in Canada’ is north of the Trans-Canada Hwy near Lake Louise Village, 40 minutes west of the Banff townsite (Map 2, 22E; 1-877-956-8473).The Lake (as locals call the ski area) features a 991-m/3,250-ft vertical rise and four mountain faces. Plan your runs to ski sun-lit slopes at all times of day. Ride the Grizzly Express Gondola from the base to an upper ridge. From mid-mountain, the region’s only six-person high-speed chairlift (the 6-Pack) rises to the Saddle. The resort boasts 10 lifts, 145 marked runs and bowls, terrain and jib parks, and some of the best fall line skiing anywhere. Novice to advanced routes from every chair make the entire resort accessible to all.
Description provided by Establishment
The Lake Louise Ski Resort is vast and varied, pristine and inspirational, a friendly wilderness that’s authentically Canadian. We welcome you with big smiles and open chairs.
Located in the heart of the magnificent Canadian Rockies across the TransCanada Hwy from Lake Louise Village and 45 minutes west of the Town of Banff, we let our legendary 4,200 skiable acres speak for itself while Mother Nature does the rest.
Our unique layout with beginner, intermediate and expert runs from every chair allows your family or group of varying abilities to ski and share the experience together.
We’ve got endless chutes, glades, gullies and remote bowls — terrain that is some of the most challenging in the Rockies. Yet our gentle slopes and cruising runs are a delight for novice and intermediate skiers and borders.
The Lake Louise Ski Resort is your indulgent alternative to work and stress, an unpretentious majestic that inspires the inner kid in us all. We invite you to come try our accessible awesome for yourself. Your happiness is guaranteed.
Services at the Lake Louise Ski Resort:
Free mountain tours, variety of dining outlets, retail shops, equipment rentals, ski and snowboard school, child care, terrain and jib parks, tube park, snowshoe tours and special events (including the first World Cup alpine races of the season).