About the Resort
If you’re looking for a real ski break, you need to head to Canada where the Banff piste map makes for an excellent location. Featuring three resorts to explore, all have their own personalities – and with a vast ski terrain of over 7,700 acres at your disposal, you won’t be disappointed.
So Banff is split into three different areas which make up the Big3, as part of the beautiful Banff National Park; a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Firstly, you have Lake Louise; which is the largest and highest, and is found 60km to the north-west of Banff. The smallest area of the Big3 is the tree-lined Mount Norquay. Locals are a big fan of Mount Norquay, and it’s a very popular place for them to learn to ski. Read More…
If you’re looking for a traditional Canadian ski resort, Banff is a good choice for you. You’ll find that its buildings are made of traditional timber and stone; making up a grid system that link up to Banff Avenue, which open up to give you great views of the Cascade Mountain which towers from above. The Banff National Park is an absolute must, as the oldest national park in Canada. And thanks to its status, this means that the town has stayed small. Read More…
If you’re looking at Banff ski accommodation, you’ve got a great deal of choice on offer. For Banff hotels, there are over 110 here. These vary in price, right up to beautiful 4-star luxury hotels such as the Fairmont Banff Springs or even the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise if you have the budget. There are other more affordable hotels to choose from as well. Read More…
For a fabulous ski trip in the Rockies to remember, a visit to Banff is a must. With its huge variety of pistes to suit every standard of skier, plus a great laid-back après-ski, you’ll be guaranteed an excellent holiday. Read More…
Banff gets very busy in the summer which is worth bearing in mind when you’re planning a trip here. There is also lots for non-skiers to do in Banff. Banff town has a good variety of shops which range from big brands that you’ll know like The Body Shop and GAP, plus some traditional souvenir shops and ski hire. You can even try some ice skating on one of the frozen lakes – with Lake Louise being one of the best locations to experience it. Read More…
+Lots to do off the slopes.
+Breath taking views and scenery.
Things to think about
-Can get very cold.
-Long transfers between neighbouring resorts in the same area.
CAD $127 Exc GST
CAD $1,425 Exc GST
CAD $49 Exc GST
CAD $430 Exc GST
6 day pass is actually season pass price it includes 7 months of skiing in the Canadian Rockies
Also Gives you discounts off food, drink, retail and ski schools etc etc
Childs Pass 6-12 Years.
One day price is priced as normal.
Heated Outdoor Pool
Calgary | 142km | 1hr 39min