THE FRIENDLY GIANT OF CANADIAN SKIING
ABOUT THE LAKE LOUISE SKI RESORT
Lake Louise Ski Resort is known for it’s spectacular scenery and versatile terrain. With over 4,200 acres spread across four mountain faces, Lake Louise is also one of the largest ski resorts in North America.
Just minutes from the village of Lake Louise, the exceptional layout allows visitors of all abilities to ski together with beginner, intermediate and expert runs from every chair. Lake Louise is known for its variety from gentle slopes and long cruising runs, to glades, chutes and some of the Canadian Rockies most exciting, wide open bowls.
When visiting the Lake Louise Ski Resort, be sure to take your camera! The spectacular views of mountains, glaciers, lakes and forests are truly unique and befitting of Canada’s first National Park.
As of December 22, 2020, reservations are needed to access the Lake Louise Ski Resort. To avoid disappointment, especially during peak holiday time periods and on weekends, use your SkiBig3 Lift Ticket, Ikon Pass, Mountain Collective Pass or SkiBig3 Season Pass to reserve your spot up to 2 weeks prior to arrival.
Lake Louise Ski resort STATISTICS
ACRES / 1,700 ha
8,650 FT / 2,637 M
5,400 FT / 1,646 M
3 CARPET LIFTS
1 TRIPLE CHAIR
4 HIGH SPEED QUADS
1 HIGH SPEED 6-PACK
+ Back Bowls + West Bow
|The Lake Louise Ski Resort Statistics|
|Season Length||November – May|
|Hours of Operation||9:00 am - 4:00 pm|
|Opening Date||October 29, 2020|
|Closing Date||May 2, 2021|
|Vertical||991 metres (3,250 feet)|
|Average Snowfall||454 cm (179 in)|
|Trails||160 marked runs + back bowls|
|Longest Run||8 kms (5 miles)|
|Snow School||Adult & Kids Learn-to-ski|
|Daycare||Available for children from 18 days to 6 years|
|Equipment Rentals||SkiBig3 Adventure Hub|