Banff–Lake Louise Brings the Snow, 120+ cm/4 feet… In The Last Week
March 9th, 2012: BANFF-LAKE LOUISE, Alberta, Canada
With over 120 cm of dry, light Canadian Rockies powder falling in Banff–Lake Louise in the past week the area’s three resorts, Mt. Norquay, The Lake Louise Ski Area and Sunshine Village are experiencing epic conditions.
High fives and shouts of joy radiated from the resorts over the past week as skiers and snowboarders realized that the ski season is far from over. “There is nothing better than seeing the excitement on people’s faces as they pull up to the chairlift anticipating their next run, it is the reason why we are all here,” says Dan Markham, Director of Marketing and Sales at Ski Banff Lake Louise Sunshine. Take a look at www.BanffSnow.com’s newest video to have a first hand look at what we have been experiencing in Canada’s Protected Playground.
This fantastic late season snowfall ensures great spring skiing in Banff National Park, which boasts one of the longest season in North America running until late May. So don’t put away your skis just yet and log on to www.SkiBig3.com for great spring deals.
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Ski Banff–Lake Louise–Sunshine is Canada’s largest ski destination, a joint venture of three of the world’s finest ski resorts; Mt. Norquay, The Lake Louise Ski Area and Sunshine Village. Available on one tri-area lift ticket, our three resorts offer almost 8,000 acres of skiable terrain and one of the longest ski seasons in North America, from mid November to late May, all in the heart of a UNESCO World Heritage Site – Canada’s Protected Playground, Banff National Park.