Lake Louise Ski Resort

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Lake Louise is known as one of the world's most beautiful ski and snowboard destinations. When you get there you'll see why, once you take in all of that vertical. Choose from a luxury stay at the Chateau Lake Louise or a rustic backcountry cabin. The cloaked- in-snow landscape makes winter the most romantic time in this Rocky Mountain destination.

Lake Louise Ski Resort - Overview

The Mountains

Terrain Description

The Lake Louise Ski Resort is the Canadian Rockies biggest ski resort and boasts an incredible amount of varied terrain for all ability levels. Every lift has a green run down. Endless chutes, glades and gullies, gentile slopes and remote bowls will keep you happy for days. The Showtime Terrain Park is one of the largest in Western Canada with progressive lines for beginners, intermediates and experts.

Average Season Snowfall
360 in
Average Temperature (Celsius)
Top Elevation
8,650 ft
Vertical Rise
3,250 ft
Total Runs
Longest Run


Beginner Runs
Intermediate Runs
Advanced/Expert Runs
Terrain Parks
Rideable Area
4,200 acres
Number of Lifts
Lift Details

One Gondola, seven chairs and three Carpets

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About the Resort

Hours of Operation

8:00 am - 5:00 pm daily


Lake Louise Ski Resort
1 Whitehorn Rd
Lake Louise, AB
T0L 1E0

November - May


  • Skiing
  • Snowboarding
  • Snowshoeing
  • Tube Park
Other Winter Attractions

Snowshoe tours, Torchlight dinners & Ski, First Tracks Experience, Back country skiing, skating at Chateau Lake Louise, cross-country skiing. 

Special Passes

Lake Louise Plus Card, Rocky Mountain Passport, Super Pass, Spring Pass, SkiBig3 Pass, Ikon Pass 

Lessons/Ski School
On-Hill Village
On-Hill Food Options
On-Hill Accommodations

Lake Louise Ski Resort Trail Map

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Getting There

Set in the Canadian Rockies, Lake Louise is located in Banff National Park, a 2-hour drive from Calgary, and a 5-hour drive from Edmonton. The closest airport is located in Calgary where direct or one-stop flights connect from almost all major North American and European cities.


Getting to Lake Louise is a breeze along highways maintained for easy travel. The Village of Lake Louise and the Lake Louise Ski Area is located in Banff National Park,approximately 184 KM (115 miles) west of Calgary, Alberta, Canada and 60 KM (36 miles) West of the town of Banff. If you are driving, a park pass has to be purchased at the Banff gates and displayed on your windshield. 


Calgary International Airport is your closest airport welcoming you from Canada and around the world. Rental car companies are within the airport complex and shuttle buses make multiple trips daily from the airport to Canmore and Banff. 


There are many choices for shuttle service to Banff and Lake Louise. A free shuttle makes its way into the village of Lake Louise to all the hotels. There are also shuttles from Edmonton, Calgary, Canmore and Banff.