The birds might be chirping, but winter is far from over. Snow conditions at all three SkiBig3 resorts – Banff Sunshine, Lake Louise Ski Resort, and Mt. Norquay – have been astounding. There is still plenty of snow left for spring skiing (with more on the way). With a cumulative snowfall (between all three resorts) of 1790cm (704.5”) and a snow base of up to 230cm (90.5”) in some areas – the bumps are soft, the cliffs and coated, and the fun is only just beginning. Come ski or ride the longest non-glacial ski season in Canada and see what we mean. Want to see more? Take a look at the webcams. Here are some mid-season highlights of the best snow conditions in Banff and Lake Louise this winter.
Snow conditions in Banff and Lake Louise: Mid-season highlights
January 7, 2022 – Waist deep cliff drops
January 16, 2022 – Wind-loaded wonderland
January 18, 2022 – Better than Christmas
February 8, 2022 – Secret stashes off Wolverine
February 9, 2022 – Groomer perfection
February 20, 2022 – Enchanted forest
March 3, 2022 – Winter won’t stop
Keep shredding until May
The snow conditions in Banff and Lake Louise are just insane – and we’ve still got two and half months to go. There’s no place in Canada like the Rockies – home to the longest non-glacial ski season with Banff Sunshine (the last resort to close) stopping its lifts on May 24. There’s still plenty of time to book a sneaky spring getaway with snow this good.
Start planning your trip today. Should you need a bit more flexibility with your travel plans this winter our no-questions-asked cancellation policy allows for free changes and cancellations until 3-days prior to arrival. Pre-order your lift tickets for ultimate multi-day/multi-mountain convenience – but rest assured, SkiBig3 Lift Tickets are fully-refundable until 3-days prior to arrival. To book your winter ski vacation, call 1-844-754-2443 to speak with a reservation specialist or go online to access SkiBig3 Lift Tickets or some exceptional Ski & Stay Package deals.