Possibly the most beautiful place you’ll ever ski. Banff / Lake Louise offers nature at its finest and an unparalleled variety of skiing in the heart of the Canadian Rockies.

Meters of fresh snow cover the Canadian Rockies each winter, a six month alpine ski season that stretches from November to May. Big impressive mountains, metres of dry light powder snow, and gravity – when winter comes to Banff National Park, these are guaranteed.

The skiing and snowboarding in Banff, Lake Louise and Sunshine just gets better and better, with new runs and faster lifts, cosy lodges, and increasingly innovative terrain parks. With hundreds of kilometres of marked trails, from beginner to expert, spread over three world-class ski resorts, the truly dedicated could take an entire winter to entirely explore the vast terrain.

Elk stroll the snowy streets of Banff as casually as skiers and snowboarders. Great restaurants, shops, bustling night life, museums, cultural activities and fabulous health spa facilities complement your winter vacation.

The Ski Banff/Lake Louise / Sunshine tri area pass and shuttle system with free hotel pickups is your passport to incredibly varied, hassle free skiing and boarding.

Skiing Hours:
9am – 4pm Night skiing from 4pm – 9pm

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Skiable Area:
190 hectares

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Snowboarder Friendly

Lift Information:
5 including: 1 high speed quad, 2 fixed grip quad, 1 double, 1 surface

Beginner and intermediate terrain serviced by 5 lifts plus famous expert terrain. Est. 1926—area’s oldest ski area. 90% snowmaking. Beautiful base lodge. Grooming guarantee. Night skiing and riding available, with a lit terrain park. Ski to Norquay’s Timberline Inn. 1 Halfpipe, 1 terrain park, Rails.