Lake Louise

With over 4,200 skiable acres, Lake Louise is one of the largest ski areas in North America

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At a Glance

2.5 hours from Calgary

Average annual snowfall of 9.5m

Over 4,200 skiable acres

Beginner and expert skiers

In a Nutshell

With a reliable six-month long season, Lake Louise is known for its light, dry, champagne powder allowing beginner and expert skiers alike to enjoy perfectly groomed pistes or endless chutes, glades and gullies. Known for its beauty, you can expect spectacular high mountain scenery in a huge unspoiled wilderness. The ski area is large by local standards with the longest run being 8km.

Lake Louise is most convenient for the following CMH areas: AdamantsBobbie BurnsBugaboosGalenaGothics,
Monashees & Revelstoke.

The Post Hotel

With a world renowned restaurant, one of the finest wine lists in North America and exceptional accommodation, The Post Hotel is a first choice for most. It boasts a swimming pool, spa, sauna, hot tub and an unmissable wine cellar. Standard rooms start from C$325 per room per night, inclusive of taxes, exclusive of breakfast.

Lake Louise Inn

The Lake Louise Inn has suites and rooms to suit all budgets. There is also a swimming pool, sauna and two restaurants on site. Standard rooms start from C$190 per room per night, inclusive of taxes, exclusive of breakfast.

Deer Lodge

Deer Lodge offers rustic log-style accommodation with an outdoor hot tub boasting stunning views of the glacier. Being located just 5 minutes from the centre of town you have plenty of dining options on your doorstep. Standard rooms start from C$160 per room per night, inclusive of taxes, exclusive of breakfast.



The Post Hotel

Located in the Centre of Town

The Post Hotel

Exceptional Accommodation

The Post Hotel

Renowned for its Food and Wine

Lake Louise Inn

Comfortable Bedrooms

Lake Louise Inn

Indoor Swimming Pool and Sauna

Lake Louise Inn

Two Restaurants On Site

Deer Lodge

Rooftop hot tub

Deer Lodge

Century-old Hotel

Deer Lodge

Enjoy evening Cognac in the Original Log Teahouse

We loved Lake Louise – pretty good ski area for such a small village!

Rachel & Simon

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