World-Class Experience David Rebus, Ski Specialist

"Lake Louise is one of my favourite ski areas in Canada: it has a large variety of terrain and for me the gladed tree runs, chutes & open bowls were just fantastic and I was surprised to find an interlinked ski area that has so much variable terrain to play on! Lake Louise has a great variety of accommodation for all budgets, and the icing on the cake has to be the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise that sits at the edge of the lake with the stunning Victoria Glacier. Personally, I love Lake Louise and it is my resort of choice for that truly Canadian winter experience."

Lake Louise Ski Holidays

Voted the Best Ski Resort in Canada in the prestigious World Ski Awards 2013, Lake Louise is located in the heart of Banff National Park amidst some of the world's most spectacular scenery.

Our Lake Louise ski hotels are located around 5-10 minutes from the base area and there's a regular free ski shuttle. At the luxury hotel end, we'd highly recommend the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise which offers superb amenities and service, plus jaw-dropping views across the frozen Lake Louise to the Victoria Glacier. If you're looking for a lower cost hotel option, the Lake Louise Inn is a great value option slightly closer to the Lake Louise ski area.

Skiing in Lake Louise

Beginners and Intermediates can enjoy the freedom of the whole of Canada’s largest single mountain. This is a great resort to explore safe in the knowledge that there is always an easy way down, but also plenty of steeper, more challenging routes on tap for adrenaline seekers.

Experts should head to the back bowls, home to 2500 acres of skiable terrain – this is where the powder hunters will seek their fresh tracks. The slopes are remarkably quiet, chairs fast and lift queues a rarity.

Freestylers can enjoy one of the biggest terrain parks in Western Canada. The Showtime Terrain Park offers the usual jumps, rails and boxes and periodically throughout the season you can try out new tricks on the 'Bag Jump' air bag. Lake Louise also offers a world-class Snow Cross Course. Challenge your friends and family as you navigate your way down through cambered turns, berms, over gap jumps, drops and steep and flat sections. The course is typically open from December onwards.

An additional benefit of skiing Lake Louise is its proximity to Sunshine Village and Mount Norquay, aproximately 40 miles away. If you do wish to ski these areas, be sure to purchase a Tri Area Lift Ticket, the price includes transport costs and access to almost 8,000 acres of terrain.

We offer a full range of discounted Lake Louise lift tickets, ski & snowboard rentals and snow school lessons and we always recommend you book early for our very best prices.

Important information
Season Early November–Mid May
Ski Area 4,200 acres
Annual Snowfall 15ft
Number of Lifts 10
Ski Range 5,400–8,650 ft
Blue Runs 25%
Red Runs 45%
Black Runs 30%
Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May
Off-season Off-season Off-season Off-season Off-season On-season On-season On-season On-season On-season On-season On-season
Snow report
Cloud -4°C
Weather
Cloudy today, snow possible
4cm Last snowfall
Piste conditions
Spring conditions across the resort
10/10 Lifts open
Piste:
Spring snow
Off-piste:
Spring snow
Runs to resort:
Spring snow
152/225cm Lower/upper snow depth
Last snowed:
24th Mar
Report date:
28th Mar
Distance from airports
Calgary 2hr20mins