Lake Louise
Lake Louise is the largest ski area in Canada with 4,200 acres of skiable terrain. The village is located in Banff National Park about 36 miles (60 km) west of the town of Banff. Lake Louise is one of Canada's world class resorts and one of the 3 major Ski Banff resorts.
Ski Banff - Lake Louise - Sunshine
With over 4200 acres of skiable terrain, the Lake Louise Ski Resort is renowned for its back bowls and scenery. Click here for more info on skiing and riding in the Canadian Rockies.
Mountain Statistics
Vertical Rise 3,250 ft
Base Elevation 5,400 ft
Summit Elevation 8,650 ft
Annual Snowfall178 inches
Number of Trails139
Skiable Acres 4,200
Longest Run8 km
Snowmaking
Ski Trail Difficulty
Lifts
Number of Lifts9
Gondolas/Trams1
High Speed 6 Chairs1
High Speed Quad Chairs1
Quad Chairs3
Triple Chairs1
Surface Lifts2
Lift Capacity15240
(skiers per hour)
Lake Louise Resort Features
Snowboardingyes
Night Skiingno
Tubingno
Cross Country Skiingyes
Snowshoe Trailsyes
Terrain Park
Jib Pipeyes
Lake Louise Snow Report
Open For Summer Activities (full report)
Lift Ticket Prices
Child
(6-12)
Youth
(13-17)
Adult
(18-64)
Senior
(65+)
Regular $31 $65 $85 $65
Multi day discounts available.
Ages 5 and under ski free.
Note: Pricing is subject to change and is based on resort ticket window prices published on resorts website. Use for reference only.
Pricing last updated 11/01/2013
2 lift ticket offers
currently available
for Lake Louise.
Lodging
Lodging at Baseno
Lodging Nearbyyes
Find lodging starting 1km from the base. Lake Louise is only 4.5km from the base.
Directory of Lake Louise Lodging
Programs
Kids Programsyes
Womens Programsyes
Ski Lessons Availableyes
Snowboard Lessonsyes
Equipment Rentalsyes
Other Ski Resorts Nearby
Mount Norquay 64 km, 57 mins
Sunshine Village 63 km, 1 hour 5 mins
Related Links
Lake Louise Lodging
Lake Louise Map
Lake Louise Ski Report
Official Site for Lake Louise
 
 
 
Ski Banff - Lake Louise - Sunshine
With over 4200 acres of skiable terrain, the Lake Louise Ski Resort is renowned for its back bowls and scenery. Click here for more info on skiing and riding in the Canadian Rockies.