Lake Louise

Alberta, Canada

Nestled at the bottom of a vast mountainous landscape, Lake Louise is the most photographed scene in the Canadian Rockies. As its famous emerald lake transforms into an ice-skating wonderland in the winter months, the uniqueness of this stunning countryside is just the beginning.

All About Lake Louise

With 4200 acres of tracks, ramps, obstacles and jumps galore, as well as heaps of off piste ski space, Lake Louise promises to be bigger, better and more fun for everyone.

The intensity and fun of this mountain has been maximised through provision of top-quality gear, and a guarantee to allow everyone the opportunity to ski and snowboard around to explore the whole spacious mountain to their hearts content.

• Skiable Terrain: 4,200 acres
• Number Of Runs: 145
• Summit: 2,637m
• Vertical: 991m
• Ski Season: Mid-November to Early May
• Annual Snowfall: 455cm
• Longest Run: 8km
• Average Temperature: -12C
• Trail Difficulty: 25% Beginner, 45% Intermediate, 30% Advanced
• Lift System: 10 Total Including 1 Gondola, 1 Six-Person Chair, 1 Triple Chair, 2 High-Speed Quads, 1 Quad Chair, 1 Platter Lift and 3 Carpet Lifts

• Free Mountain Tours
• Torchlight Dinner and Ski
• Cross Country Skiing
• Snowshoeing
• Race Centre
• Sunny Tube Park
• Sightseeing Gondola
• Backcountry Ski Tours
• Dog Sledding
• Horse Drawn Sleigh Rides


  • Terrain

    Lake Louise has some of the Canadian Rockies most challenging terrain

  • Beginner Friendly

    At least one green run from every lift so beginners can explore the whole mountain

  • Off-Piste

    Off-piste skiing and snowboarding permitted for experts

  • Vertical

    Lake Louise offers a gigantic 1km vertical drop

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