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With over 4,200 acres of terrain spread across four mountain faces, Lake Louise offers unparalleled skiing and riding just minutes from the Village of Lake Louise.

The exceptional layout allows families and groups of all abilities to ski together with beginner, intermediate and expert runs from every chair.

When visiting Lake Louise, be sure to take your camera! The spectacular views of mountains, glaciers, lakes and forests are truly unique.

The Lake Louise Ski Resort is the proud recipient of theWestJet Up! Magazine 2009 Value Award, an accolade acknowledging the resort’s continuous efforts to improve guest experiences.

Season Length: November – May
Hours of Operation: 9:00am – 4:00pm (winter)
Vertical: 991 metres (3,250 feet)
Base Elevation: 1,646 metres (5,400 feet)
Peak Elevation: 2,637 metres (8,650 feet)
Acreage: 4,200 acres
Average Snowfall: 454 cm (179 in)
Snowmaking: Yes
Trails: 139 runs + back bowls
25% Beginner
45% Intermediate
30% Advanced
Longest Run: 8 kms (5 miles)
Cumulative Length of Runs: Over 100 kms (62 miles)
1 High speed 6 passenger chairlift
1 High speed 6 passenger gondola
2 High speed quad chairlifts
1 Quad chairlift
1 Triple chairlift
2 T-bars
1 Carpet
Lift Capacity: 13,716 people/hour
Snow School: Group & Private Lessons available
Racing: Yes
Daycare: Available for children from 18 months to 6 years
Equipment Rentals: Banff Ski Hub

Terrain Park

The Lake Louise Showtime Terrain Park is one of the largest in Western Canada. Offering distinct, progressive lines for beginners, intermediates and experts, all abilities have fun playing on series of features including jumps, rails, boxes and more.

One of the most popular features seen periodically throughout the season in the terrain park is the ‘bag jump’, designed by Hollywood Stuntmen and professional athletes. Practice those big airs and tricks you’ve been dreaming of trying and land on the pillowy air bag.

The Showtime Terrain Park typically opens in December or January on Easy Street just above the base area, as snow conditions permit. Prior to its opening, a temporary, smaller terrain park is set up elsewhere at the Resort.

Snow Cross Course

Test and build your skills on your own, or challenge your friends and family to join you in the Lake Louise Ski Resort’s world-class Snowcross course. Features include cambered turns, gap jumps, berms, drops, and steep and flat sections. The Snow Cross Course is expected to open for the public in December or January.

Sunny Tube Park

For the first time ever visitors to The Lake Louise Ski Resort can experience the thrill of tubing! No previous snowsports experience is required and this is an activity that the whole family can enjoy.

Located at the base of the mountain, guests can grab a tubing ticket from Guest Services, make their way to the beginner carpet area, get a tube and spend the day riding our 2 lane ‘Sunny Tube’ run.

Tubing is a thrilling way to enjoy winter in the Canadian Rockies, and is sure to provide a rush whether this is your first time in the snow or you’re a serious skier. Lanes are groomed for smooth sliding to ensure participants have the most fun possible while staying safe.

Discounted pricing is available for those also skiing or snowboarding during the same day.

Hours of operations: The Sunny Tube Park is now closed for the winter season.