Lake Louise Ski area and the village of Lake Louise are nested in Banff National Park, about 115 miles (184 km) west of Calgary, Alberta, and 36 miles (60 km) west of the town of Banff.
Lake Louise is among the largest ski areas in Canada with 4,000 acres of skiable area. With 4 mountain sides to pick from, it will take you about a week to discover Lake Louise.
The mountain's terrain provides an ideal combination for all skill levels. Each chairlift at Lake Louise caters an easy and a tough way down, and that means that even a beginner can relish the whole mountain, as well as the back bowls. And if the weather turns too cold, there are miles of tree-lined trails offered.
A range of x-country ski trails is provided for all skill levels, in addition to plentiful miles of track-set trails and access to a rural lodge in the mountain backcountry.
The scenery here is unrivaled. Lake Louise is regularly ranked as number one by ski magazine readers for landscape. Stay still for a moment at the peak of Mt. Whitehorn on a sunny day and take in the panoramic outlook of rough, glaciated peaks, incredibly green lakes and endless, chaste forests.
Lake Louise is almost in 2 hour drive from Calgary International Airport, and airline deregulation has resulted in that Calgary with numerous direct or one-stop flights from most U.S. and world centers.
Resort elevation: 5,400 ft (1,646 m)
Season duration: November - May
Number of lifts: 8
Number/length of trails: 113
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Telephone: 403 522-3555
Snow Phone: 403 244-6665
FAX: 403 244-3774