The Lake Louise Ski Resort and Sunshine Village have both received global recognition for their iconic views and terrain by USA Today and CNN.
The Lake Louise Ski Resort has been named as the most scenic ski resort in the world by USA Today for being “unsurpassed with postcard perfect beauty”. Nestled in the famous Canadian Rockies and Banff National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Lake Louise is world renowned for stunning panoramic views of endless, towering mountain peaks and glaciers.
The ski resort is designed with beginner, novice and intermediate runs from every chairlift, meaning skiers and snowboarders of all abilities can tour around four mountain faces and experience the amazing vistas together.
This most recent honour comes shortly after the prestigious World Ski Awards named the Lake Louise Ski Resort as the #1 Ski Resort in Canada and the #3 Ski Resort in the World.
Sunshine Village has also been recognised by both USA Today and CNN for its world-class terrain and the ski resort of choice for the famous.
CNN’s poll listed Sunshine Village’s Delirium Dive as #15 in the top 100 Runs in the World. The extreme in-bounds terrain is well known amongst expert skiers and snowboarders as some of the best terrain in the world. Sunshine Village boasts over 3,300 acres of skiable terrain with an average snowfall of up to nine metres (30ft) in a season. The Lake Louise Ski Resort was listed at #55 for Grizzly Gully.
USA Today also crowned Sunshine Village as the #1 resort to ski alongside a celebrity! Sunshine Village is known to welcome the likes of Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Pierce Bronson, Michael Keaton and Alec Baldwin. The stars often converge on Sunshine Village, either on vacation or through events, to sample the much talked about terrain and the famous powdery snow on offer.