About the Resort
If you’re looking for a great ski destination that offers superb scenery, reliable snowfall and excellent ski slopes, it’s well worth heading to Canada where you’ll be find Lake Louise. The biggest resort of what’s known as the Big3, there’s loads here, no matter at what level of skiing you are. Let’s
Lake Louise is found 60km to the north-west of Banff. As part of the Big3, it’s the largest resort of the Banff National Park; renowned for its beauty. A great plus of Lake Louise is that you can use your Lake Louise lift pass or the connecting bus network to access the other two resorts; Mount Norquay and Sunshine Village. Read More
For Lake Louise ski accommodation, you’ll find a good mix of different options to choose from. Whether you’re looking for an apartment, bungalow or a lodge, you’ll find something to suit your needs. Read More
A great benefit of Lake Louise is that it is renowned for having reliable snow conditions which is great if you’re looking at Lake Louise weather. At an altitude of 1,646 metres up in the Rockies, traditionally, April is the best time to visit. Read More
There’s no doubt that Lake Louise is one of the most stunning sunshine ski destinations in the world. With its breathtaking mountain scenery; enjoying a largely unspoiled wilderness, you’ve got a huge piste area to enjoy. Read More
Lake Louise is a great family friendly resort. They’ve really thought about making skiing child-friendly, especially if you head to the Minute Maid Adventure Park. You’ll also find lots of child-friendly events across the season, such as a visit from the Easter bunny and Santa. Read More
+Picturesque, spectacular views.
+Large ski area.
Things to think about
-Very quiet resort at night.
-Slopes are a drive or bus ride away, so no ski in, ski out lodgings.
Lake Louise Ski Pass.
6 Day is actually the price of a season pass.
Child Pass 6-12 Years.