With over 4,200 acres of terrain spread across four mountain faces, Lake Louise is one of the largest ski resorts in North America.
Just minutes from the village of Lake Louise, the ski area's exceptional layout allows families and groups of all abilities to ski together with beginner, intermediate and expert runs from every chair.
Voted Canada's Best Ski Resort at the 2013 World Ski Awards, Lake Louise ski resort offers a variety of terrain from gentle slopes and long cruising runs, to glades, chutes and some of the Canadian Rockies most exciting and wide open bowls.
The 3 ski areas of Lake Louise, Mt. Norquay & Sunshine Village feature more than 240 runs on over 7,700 acres of skiable terrain. Each has a unique character and the three are available on one convenient interchangeable lift ticket which includes frequent and worry-free shuttle transportation between the hotels and each ski area.
World famous dry Canadian Rockies powder is available for one of the longest, most consistent ski/snowboard seasons in the world with opening in early November and operations until late in May each year. Combined with some of the best value ski holidays to Canada, Lake Louise remains a popular choice with many skiers returning year after year.
This winter, 2020/21 - Lake Louise Ski Resort is serving up brand new in-bounds terrain for the first time in 25 years! Previous sidecountry and backcountry slopes found just beyond the former ski resort limits will now be accessible to resort guests. And it’s all thanks to adjusted boundary lines and a brand new quad chairlift.
West Bowl terrain carries intermediate, advanced, and expert ratings, and is divided into zones rather than cut runs. This gives skiers and riders endless possibilities of natural routes and fall lines through steeps, powder bowls and gladed tree areas. After taking your pick, all terrain naturally funnels into a newly built egress. This two-kilometre path channels back to the junction of Men’s Downhill and Juniper Jungle on the front side. From here, it’s just a short ski down to the base. Although West Bowl is now considered in-bounds terrain, it is recommended that skiers and boarders continue to carry avalanche safety gear in this area and acquire the training to use it correctly.
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