Canada - Ski Lake Louise

Lake Louise LogoAs one of Canada's largest ski areas, Lake Louise offers skiers and boarders unlimited possibilities. With four mountain faces, 4200 skiable acres, 113 named trails and 5 quad chairs, 'the Lake' is hard to beat.

Lake Louise has it all, from gentle, perfectly groomed beginner runs to double black diamonds rated "the best super steeps in the country" (Ski Canada Magazine). Uniquely, there are green, blue and black runs down from every chair which allow beginners as well as intermediates and experts to enjoy the whole immense Louise experience.

Lake Louise Torchlight Descent

The Lake Louise ski area also has the enjoyable apr├Ęs event, the "Lake Louise Torchlight Dinner and Ski" formally known as the "Downhill at Dusk" and the "Torchlight Descent". Entertainment and great food awaits after skiing down under torchlight. RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED.

Canada - Ski Lake Louise

With abundant natural snow, backed up by one of Canada's largest snowmaking system, Lake Louise ski resort offers skiing from early November to early May. The Lake's huge, wide open bowls lay claim to some of the driest, lightest snow. Lake Louise has also hosted the Canadian Powder 8 Championships and Women's Downhill World Cup.

Lake Louise enjoys the honour of prestigious Gold Medals from Ski Magazine in Scenery, Terrain, Challenge and Value.

Canada - Ski Lake Louise

To help you with your Lake Louise or Banff Ski Holiday planning we can choose the ski resort which is right for you, so if you need any help planning your Lake Louise Ski Holiday, please contact us direct.

Lake Louise Ski Resort
Open Close Base (m) Peak (m) Vertical (m) Size (Acres) Snowfall (cm)
early-Nov early-May 1,646 2,637 991 4,200 454
Lake Louise Ski Resort Trail Statistics
Snow Making Trails Longest Run Total Length of Runs
40% (over 1,700 acres) 113 + BBs 8 Kms >100 Kms
Lake Louise Ski Resort Terrain
Beginner Intermediate Advanced/Expert
25% 45% 30%