SKI & STAY IN LAKE LOUISE
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Skiing Lake Louise and the Canadian Rockies
Few locales can match the unparalleled Rocky Mountain skiing offered by our three extraordinary Banff National Park ski resorts in Alberta, Canada. Breathe the crisp Canadian mountain air and marvel at some of nature’s most awe-inspiring handiwork. Three of the region’s finest mountains are just a short drive from Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, so pick your favorite or ski different terrain daily. With a ski season typically from mid-November to mid-May, the area offers some of the best skiing in Canada – even North America!
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Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise
The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise is a serene, grand hotel set against the frozen, turquoise Lake Louise and towering, snow-draped mountains, epitomizing a winter fairy tale.
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From first tracks to après-ski, discover Canada’s finest skiing and riding conditions in Banff, Jasper, Lake Louise and Whistler. Click here to view all ski offers.
THREE ICONIC SKI RESORTS
Lake Louise Ski Resort
Lake Louise is known as one of the best ski resorts in Canada. Hosting the World Cup of Skiing every November, ski enthusiasts gather from all corners of the globe to experience these legendary slopes. Lake Louise Ski Resort is spread across four mountain faces and is one of the largest ski areas in North America. This alpine terrain offers a variety of runs for all skill levels. The ski hill is open from mid-November to early May.
• A 15-minute drive from Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise
• Voted “Canada’s Best Ski Resort” by the World Ski Awards 2019
• Base elevation: 5,400 ft. (1,646m)
Top elevation: 8,650 ft. (2,637m)
•160 Marked runs
Sunshine Village Ski Resort
Sunshine Village is a vast bowl of deep snow with an average of 30 feet of powder from November to May, boasting the longest ski season in Canada. Throughout Sunshine’s history, all development, including $11 million in recent resort improvements, has been carefully designed to harmonize with the natural beauty of the Rockies and Banff National Park. It still stands in the original 1928 ski cabin known as Old Sunshine Lodge.
• A 45-minute scenic drive via TransCanada Highway East-bound from Lake Louise
•Features Canada’s only heated chairlift
• 3,358 Acres
•Base elevation: 5,440 ft. (1,658m)
Top elevation: 8,954ft. (2,730m)
137 Marked runs
Mount Norquay Ski Resort
Mount Norquay is just minutes from downtown Banff and has been the local ski area since 1926. Mount Norquay awards the flexibility of allowing skiers and snowboarders to pay by the hour and offers the only night skiing in the Rockies every Friday and Saturday night. This family-friendly resort offers plenty of beginner, intermediate and advanced runs for all ages. Don’t forget to check out their 8-lane tube park for a day of family fun.
• Located just 10 minutes from downtown Banff
•The only night skiing in the area
• 8-lane tube park
•Base elevation: 5,350 ft. (1,630m)
Top elevation: 6,998 ft. (2,133m)
•60 Marked runs
No Gear? No Problem.
Located in the lower lobby of Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, Chateau Ski and Snow Rentals offers a variety of high-performance equipment and tuning services for downhill skis and snowboards. Rental service is available during the ski season from November to April.
Our Rental Shop has everything you need for a fun and safe day on the slopes, including quality skis & snowboards along with helmets, poles, outerwear, and more.