Lake Louise


Beautifully situated within the Banff National Park at Lake Louise in Alberta Canada is the stunning Lake Louise Mountain Resort. The largest ski area in Canada, Lake Louise Mountain Resort attracts vast numbers of visitors to its snowy slopes annually. With such an extensive, magical landscape, varying difficulty levels and excellent facilities, the options are endless. Don’t miss out on this fantastic winter playground between November and May.

Boasting some 4 200 acres of ski area with a vertical rise of 3 250 feet and 113 ski runs, Lake Louise Mountain Resort is a sportsman/woman’s dream. No matter your skiing experience, you are certain to have a great time here. The trails are categorized as follows: 25% beginner, 45% intermediate and 30% advanced. Eleven lifts are able to transport some 15 499 skiers per hour to numerous starting points on the glistening slopes. The Telus terrain park provides snowboarders with endless hours of fun. Divided into three sections according to difficulty, this terrain park has proved extremely popular. Snowboarders can also play around with the Super pipe, Half pipe and Jib park. Lake Louise Mountain Resort is also ideal for cross-country skiers with some 30km to be explored. Just picture it: you’re standing fully kitted looking out at a snow-covered landscape, the chilly air brushes against your cheek, you carefully prepare yourself, then you slowly push off and down you go, gliding across the sparkling terrain, excitement pumping through your veins. This can be your experience at Lake Louise Mountain Resort.

Skoki Lodge also located in Banff National Park can only be reached by means of a trail (11 km) from Lake Louise Mountain Resort. This exquisite lodge provides outstanding accommodation, delicious meals, great service and a warm atmosphere, ideal for those who want to escape the hustle and bustle of life. Other accommodation in the Lake Louise area with easy access to the resort includes: Deer Lodge, Emerald Lake Lodge, Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, Lake Louise Inn, Lake Louise International Hostel, The Post Hotel and West Louise Lodge. If you would like to take a break from the slopes and enjoy a sumptuous meal, you can visit the Powder Keg Restaurant or Sitzmark Pub at Lake Louise Mountain Resort.

Of course, the good times continue into summer with the wonderful gondola rides providing visitors with a unique vantage point to observe the mountain’s natural wonders and wildlife. Other fun-filled summer activities can be enjoyed at the town of Lake Louise, Canada.

After exploring the snow-carpeted slopes, natural splendor and ski apres of Lake Louise Mountain Resort, you will want to come back for more.