Unforgettable scenery, four different mountain faces and easy access to two other major ski resorts make Lake Louise an excellent choice for your skiing holiday.
A tri-area lift pass gives you access to Lake Louise, Sunshine Village and Banff Norquay, with Lake Louise having the largest and most varied terrain of the three. Hiking and cross-country skiing will allow you to take in the beautiful natural surroundings. Temperatures can be very cold here, dropping as low as minus 30 degrees Celsius, but this is still an excellent destination for a beginner's skiing holiday. More advanced skiers will find lots to challenge them and snowboarders will be delighted with the largest terrain park in North America - The Jungle.
Lake Louise has an excellent nursery area for learners and ski schooling is held in very high regard. Novices will appreciate that every chair lift provides access to a green piste. Wide, gentle slopes such as Wiwaxy, Deer Run and Eagle Meadows are all designated as slow skiing zones. This is a great destination for both learners and novices.
|Lake Louise Facts|
|Ski season||November - May|
|Piste area||7,748 acres|
|Resort height||1646 m|
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