Lake Louise in Canada Resort Guide
The Canadian Rockies Group which owns Lake Louise, has invested heavily in the construction of spectacular base lodges to echo the spectacular ski area. Lake Louise's skiing is spread across two mountains with four faces between them. The awesome views add to the experience and you can ski in the sun all day by progressing between South face, Larch, Ptarmigan and the Back Bowls. All levels of skiing ability will be happy with the terrain at Louise. Public transport is pretty much reliable. A good snowmaking system is available to top up if the natural cover is lacking though snowfalls are usually well reliable here.
Accomodation & Après Ski
The Canadian Rockies Group which owns Lake Louise, Fernie, Kimberley, Mont Sainte Anne and others, has invested heavily in the construction of spectacular base lodges to echo the spectacular ski area. Greatest of all is the 24,000 square foot Lodge of the Ten Peaks, located at the base of the ski hill, which opened for the '98-99 season. The spacious post-and-beam log building, constructed from local stone and timber, features a wrap-around sun deck and a wonderful river rock fireplace which stretches to the height of the two-story, vaulted ceiling. The Lodge houses a cappuccino bar, cafeteria, smoke-free apres-ski bar, retail and rental shops, as well as customer service.
|RESORT HEIGHT||1645||VERTICAL DESCENT||992||OPENS||Nov - May|
|TOP STATION||2637||DRAG LIFTS||4||EXPERT RATING||8|
|BOTTOM STATION||1645||CHAIR LIFTS||19||INTERMEDIATE RATING||9|
Lift Pass Prices From
- Adult One Day Pass : 59 CAD
- Adult Six Day Pass : 372 CAD
- Child One Day Pass : 15 CAD
- Child Six Day Pass : 120 CAD