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Ski Resorts

Snowboarders at Lake Louise Ski Resort. Winter Banff and Lake Louise
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Ski the Canadian Rockies

Banff and Lake Louise are home to three world-class ski and snowboard areas: Mt Norquay, the Lake Louise Ski Resort, and Sunshine Village. The unique combination of cold light snow, diverse terrain, stunning scenery, and warm and enthusiastic people makes Banff and Lake Louise one of the world’s favourite destinations for skiers and snowboarders.

Mt. Norquay

Only 10 minutes from the town of Banff, at Mt Norquay you can make turns while looking over the town and valley. With such quick and easy access, it’s the perfect place for when you can sneak away for a couple hours on the slopes. It’s a great ski hill for families, with diverse terrain for beginner, intermediate, and advanced skiers and riders, and the very popular Tube Town tubing park. You can also ski when the stars are out, with night skiing and snowboarding on Fridays and Saturdays.

For more information and to buy lift tickets, visit Mt Norquay's website.

Skiers at Mount Norquay Ski Resort, Winter in Banff and Lake Louise
John Entwistle/Origin

The Lake Louise Ski Resort

The Lake Louise Ski Resort is one of the largest ski areas in North America, offering spectacular views, long runs, and lots of terrain for all ability levels. With 164 runs, there is a huge variety for beginner, intermediate, and expert skiers and riders, making The Lake Louise Ski Resort a great choice for families and groups. Big open bowls and gnarly chutes and gullies offer a lot of fun for intermediate and expert skiers as well. It is located five minutes drive from the hamlet of Lake Louise.

For more information and to buy lift tickets, visit the Lake Louise Ski Resort website.

Banff Sunshine Village

Topping out at 2,730 metres (8,954 feet) above sea level, Banff Sunshine Village occupies a lofty position. When you stand at the top of a run you’re high up on the Continental Divide, far above tree line with clear views of the surrounding peaks. 

Banff Sunshine Village is 15 minutes from the town of Banff. It has more than 3,300 acres of ski and snowboarding terrain, including the massive 12-acre Rogers Terrain Park. For advanced skiers, Delirium Dive and Goat’s Eye have some of the most extreme in-bounds terrain in the country. 

For more information and to buy lift tickets, visit the Banff Sunshine Village website.

Ski and snowboard run at Sunshine Village in Banff National Park
John Entwistle/Origin

Tri-Area Tickets

The Tri-Area Lift Ticket provides access to all three ski areas in Banff & Lake Louise. To purchase a Tri-Area Lift Ticket, visit the SkiBig3 website.

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