With four faces and over 1618 hectares (4000 acres) of ski space, Lake Louise is a special place for a day on the slopes. ... More
Lake Louise Ski Area
With four faces and over 1618 hectares (4000 acres) of ski space, Lake Louise is a special place for a day on the slopes. Louise boasts 113 runs, ten lifts and a vertical rise of almost 1000 meters (3280 feet). There are four lodges, a ski and snowboard school and a complete rental department. North America's largest terrain park promises its guests a unforgettable winter experience. There are also special half-day, afternoon, late-day and multi-day prices. Call for rates and reservations.
Breathtaking and diverse, but the most poorly signed ski resort I have ever seen. Definately geared more to locals than tourists. We tried to meet for luch at one of the on montian restaurents only to find it closed on weekdays once we got there. None of the mountain signs pointing to the restaurant indicated this.
Great WAY better than sunshine or marmot basin. Great snow all year. Open into late May, great skiing and riding fo all. Great on hill restaraunts, friendly staff. On the backside are amazing powder bowls.