Plan the perfect girls ski vacation to Banff and Lake Louise with four days of shredding and fun in Banff National Park.
Whether you want to ski as many resorts as possible, or you just want to make your money go further, the Mountain Collective pass is perfect for you.
Whether you’re a diehard, intermediate, or beginner skier or rider who’s never seen snow before, the ski vacation of a lifetime awaits in Banff National Park! Here are 11 steps to planning a unforgettable vacation.
Each year Canadians have traditionally flocked south to escape the chill of winter. While a winter vacation in Banff & Lake Louise may not offer sand between your toes, it is guaranteed to warm your heart, brighten your spirits and shed some sunshine on your soul.
No matter how life changes, mountains represent a sacred place to reconnect with nature, friends and family.
Mid-winter celebrations are nothing new in Banff and Lake Louise. In fact, the tradition began in Banff as the Winter Carnival over 100 years ago. In 1917, the town came alive with this winter sports festival – complete with ski jumping, cross-country skiing and skijoring with horses.
Local tastes better. And here in Banff National Park, the flavours of the mountains are infused with intention into local craft cocktails of all kinds. You won’t want to miss these 10 après concoctions on your next winter ski vacation to Banff and Lake Louise.
The SkiBig3 resorts in Banff National Park are overflowing with ways to put a mountain spin on your Christmas. From family photos with Santa atop a snow mountain, to a Christmas feast in a classic ski lodge setting. Here’s our round up of holiday events at the SkiBig3 resorts that you won’t want to miss on your Christmas ski vacation this year.
Thinking of booking a winter vacation to SkiBig3 in Banff National Park? Here are a few tips to keep in mind for U.S. travellers.