Lake Louise Ski Resort Guide
- Acres of ski:4200
- Terrain Parks:1
- X-Country:80 km
Lake Louise is located in the Rockies and has some of the most spectacular views from any chairlift in the world. Your pass will allow you to ski at Banff, Sunshine and Norquay so there is little reason to be bored. There is a really good mix of runs too, with many of them being marked as expert. Intermediates and beginners will not be disappointed at Lake Louise either. As for the snow record, Lake Louise is the envy of European resorts. The resort towns of Lake Louise and Banff are great too, although Banff is livelier, there is plenty to do. Food is good and portions large; just what you want. Try some local brews such as Grasshopper, one of the local micro-breweries. Just remember to tip well and wrap up well, oh and don't mess with the elks. They are big and have horns, you are small and do not.
- Nearest Airport:Calgary
- Nearest Train Station:Lake Louise
- Tourist Office Phone:(403) 256-8473
- Tourist Office Website:www.skilouise.com
- Slopeside accommodation:no
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- Issued:12 Dec
- Last Snowfall:12 December 2018
- Snow Depth (upper):91cm
- Snow Depth (lower):69cm
- Piste:Packed Powder
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Visitor Reviews of Lake Louise
Paul from United Kingdom writes:
We had a fantastic powder day on Monday; much needed this April but what an awesome day it was with our friends out of Calgary for the day.
Went back for a glorious sunshine day on Wednesday; could see more of where we were skiing and the views were just amazing.