LAKE LOUISE SKI RE­SORT, skilo­ . skibig3, @skilo­uise . face­, face­­uise

Transworld Snowboarding - - TWSNOW 2019 RESORT GUIDE -


Lo­ca­tion: Lake Louise, AB, Canada

Sum­mit El­e­va­tion: 8,650’

An­nual Snow­fall: 360”

Most pop­u­lar run: Boomerang

Ride-able Acres: 4,200

Num­ber of Lifts: 10

Num­ber of Trails: 145

Ticket Prices: $124 CAD per day ($94 USD) SkiBig3 Ticket

Near­est Air­port: Cal­gary In­ter­na­tional Air­port (YYC)

Aprés: Koka­nee Kabin at Lake Louise Ski Re­sort, Pow­der Keg at Lake Louise Ski Re­sort, Alpine So­cial at Fair­mont Chateau Lake Louise

Top Events: K2 Big Moun­tain Chal­lenge, Shake the Lake (Spring 2019)

Res­ta­raunts: Kuma Yama at Lodge of Ten Peaks (base lodge), White­horn Bistro at White­horn Lodge (mid­moun­tain), Tem­ple at Tem­ple Lodge (back-side)

Ho­tels/Lodg­ing: For those seek­ing a quiet es­cape, lodg­ing is avail­able in the vil­lage of Lake Louise— where ac­cess to the ski re­sort is just min­utes away.

For those crav­ing a bit more late-night ac­tion, the town of Banff, Al­berta—just 40 min­utes south—is where many vis­i­tors choose to make their home base. For those stay­ing in the town of Banff, ac­cess to Lake Louise is easy via con­ve­nient (and free) ski shut­tle ser­vice or rental car. All lodg­ing and pack­age deals can be booked at

Any spe­cial sea­son pass of­fers or dis­counted lift tick­ets: Lake Louise Ski Re­sort is part of the SkiBig3 group of re­sorts (Lake Louise, Banff Sun­shine, Mt Norquay). Save up to 15% on SkiBig3 lift tick­ets with ad­vanced on­line pur­chase. Lake Louise is also part of the Moun­tain Col­lec­tive and Ikon Pass pro­grams


The Lake Louise Show­time Ter­rain Parks are some of the largest and most ex­cit­ing in Western Canada, of­fer­ing dis­tinct pro­gres­sive lines for be­gin­ners, intermediates, and ex­perts alike! Rid­ers can en­joy a wide va­ri­ety of small, medium, and large jumps, rails, and boxes along with other unique fea­tures.


Lake Louise Ski re­sort is known for its spec­tac­u­lar scenery and ver­sa­tile ter­rain. With over 4,200 acres spread across four moun­tain faces, Lake Louise is also one of the largest ski re­sorts in North Amer­ica. Just min­utes from the vil­lage of Lake Louise, the ski re­sort is known for its va­ri­ety of ter­rain from gen­tle slopes and long cruis­ing runs, to glades, chutes, and some of the Cana­dian Rock­ies’ most ex­cit­ing and wide open bowls. As well as re­ceiv­ing #1 Ski Re­sort in Canada at the pres­ti­gious 2017 World Ski Awards, Lake Louise has also been named one of the top three freestyle re­sorts in the world. When vis­it­ing Lake Louise Ski Re­sort, be sure to bring your cam­era! The spec­tac­u­lar views of moun­tains, glaciers, lakes, and forests are truly unique and be­fit­ting of Canada’s first Na­tional Park.


The new SkiBig3 Guided Ad­ven­ture quickly in­te­grates the vis­it­ing rider into Banff’s lo­cal moun­tain cul­ture. De­signed specif­i­cally for in­ter­me­di­ate or ad­vanced rid­ers who want to dis­cover the hid­den gems of the re­gion with­out wast­ing time (lift-line pri­or­ity), find those pow­der stashes that are eas­ily missed, and learn the best lines on the re­sort all while con­nect­ing with lo­cals who know the ins-and-outs of the moun­tain and lo­cal hot spots. The three-day sched­ule hits up the best of Lake Louise, Banff Sun­shine, and Norquay. For more info, check out­ven­tures.

Rider: Dustin Craven Photo: Mike Yoshida

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