The Lake Louise Ski Area has terrain for all ability levels with a blue or green run off each chair lift so that everyone in your group can ski together. With 4,200 acres there is a wide variety of things to choose from.
Where to go
Beginners will love the Sunny T-Bar learning area as well as many of the runs off of the Grizzly Express Gondola. Intermediates will love the Larch Express Quad with access to great blue runs as well as tree skiing. Experts should head over to the Powder Bowls on the backside of the mountain. Here you have access to acres of advanced and expert terrain steep enough to give even the most expert skier and snowboarder a rush.
Lake Louise has a terrain park that features small, medium, large and extra-large features; providing a great arena to progress whether you’r a beginner or a seasoned pro. They also have a snowboardcross / skicross course for those looking to charge!
Lake Louise offers ski and snowboard lesson for all ages – full-day, half-day or multi-day lessons available for all ability levels.
The Lake Louise Ski Area is offered on the Tri-Area pass which includes Mt. Norquay, The Lake Louise Ski Area and Sunshine Village. This pass allows you to ski any of the three ski areas when you choose making it great for longer stays in the area so that you have the options of skiing at all three of the resorts when you want to. Full-day and half-day tickets for The Lake Louise Ski Area on its own are also available.