Lake Louise

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Lake Louise belong to Banff.

Snow forecast

  • Sunday

    5.5 cm snow
    3 m/s
  • Monday

    1 cm snow
    2 m/s
  • Tuesday

    0 cm
    Partly cloudy
    1 m/s
What do you think about Lake Louise?
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The views of the infamous Canadian cliffs from there up on the mountain are completely insanely incredible. The actual ski system there felt well organized with nice options on both piste and offpiste. We were there during the World Cup in the run-up and super g, which meant that the mountain was crowded by people and the offpiste was broken. So, it's possible to go on weekdays and weekends and to be at the forefront of the elevator queue when they open the lifts.

Definitely worth a visit but just make sure it's smart.

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The park is absolutely amazing, really nice! The backs are long with great variety, there is something for everyone. Good staff and relevant prices. Like how they divided the slopes into difficulty levels, not at all like in Sweden which is good!

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When you stand on the top of Trysil in Norway, thinking "oh so much fun I do not know what to do, just wish the slopes were longer and more ..." then plan your next trip to Lake Louise.

Here you will find a little for the whole family. Fast lifts, well-paved, hugely good park and even fresh scratches for free-kicking.

If you are looking for a place for longer stay (season?), You will not soon get tired of the resort but that it is only families in the slopes. Few locals who show you backtracks, at least they are out of touch to get in touch because such a wonderful European tradition as After-ski does not exist. no wild swimwear and a bar dance dance in pajamas here. 1730 when the lifts closed, Lake is empty and not a pub in sight.
But is it a quiet skiing holiday you are looking for, this is a mecha

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Lake Louise is often named "Most Scenic Resort" in ski slides. It is an incredibly beautiful area, but it also has other advantages. The resort is not known for its huge snowfall, unlike other places in Canada. The advantage is instead snow safety, when reliably nearby places in B.C are plagued by heat and rain, snow falls in Lake Louise.

The lifts stop at high altitude and although the snow is not always the deepest, the quality is all the better. Dry and easy ... The ride itself is also not so bad, there are large open spaces, technical quarries and good woodland skiing. Fall height is one of the largest in North America, and on the front is the efficient ride straight down the fall.

The park is one of Canada's best, large and well-managed. There are nice lodges scattered across the mountain and the lifts are new and efficient. At the back of the mountain, the lifts are of a slightly older model, but this means that the areas will not be broken or overgrown. It is also here that the best ride is available.

The feeling of traveling in Lake Louise is very "Canadian" if you can express yourself. There are many Calgary families who go here and it offers a special atmosphere. Most are good skiers but it is relaxed and demandless.

Lake Louise may not be a place to spend a whole season just to go to the lifts. There is more an option under certain conditions. The advantage but this part of Canada is that you can quickly get between areas with different weather conditions and therefore usually get good skiing. The local attractions are huge.

"The Lake" is simply a good mountain with good skiing, but maybe you choose to go to another place when the temperature falls ...

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Rider:  Photo: Christer Hällare


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