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Ski Banff Lake Louise

Ski the Big 3 resorts on one pass!

The two towns of Banff and Lake Louise in the Rockies are only half an hour apart. Between them, they have three amazing ski resorts! You can access the resorts all on one lift ticket when you buy the SkiBig3 pass. Ski all day and spend the night in scenic Lake Louise or lively Banff.

Charlotte McIntosh, Canadian Affair Travel Expert

Canada Travel Expert

How to Book

Flights, hotels & equipment

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Discover the Area

Get to know the SkiBig3 resorts

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Where to Stay

Choose your village

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Ski Add-Ons

Lift passes, lessons & gear

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Beyond Ski

Top 5 winter activities

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Top Tips

Know before you go

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SkiBig3 terrain maps

Get to know Mt. Norquay, Lake Louise and Sunshine Village's impressive runs before you go on your ski holiday near Banff

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See the resorts for yourself

Top tips for skiing Banff Lake Louise

From where to eat to the best après, find our top tips for your Banff ski holiday

On-mountain dining

There are dozens to choose from! Mt. Norquay boasts The Cliffhouse Bistro for fine dining at the top of the North American Chair. At Lake Louise, the Whitehorn Bistro offers cheese fondue mid-mountain. At Sunshine, the Daylodge at the top of the gondola has three casual eateries. Image by Noel Hendrickson.

Banff Hot Springs

A trip wouldn't be complete without a dip in the world-famous hot springs. Rejuvenate and recharge!

Soar to the summit

Enjoy a panoramic gondola ride to the summit of Banff's Sulphur Mountain or ride the Lake Louise gondola for views of Mt Temple.

Sightseeing

You can't visit Banff National Park and not sightsee! Make time for the Valley of the Ten Peaks at least.

The best après

Try Mt. Norquay's Lone Pine Pub, Lake Louise's Powderkeg Lounge or Sunshine Village's Mad Trapper's Saloon.

The best ski runs

There are so many to choose from! The Dell Valley run at Sunshine Village is a great green run for those new to shredding powder. Mt. Norquay's 90 Glades is an exciting option for intermediate skiers and riders. For experts, hit up Lake Louise's E Gulley from the top of Summit Platter for exhilarating powder chutes and epic terrain. Image by Reuben Krabbe.

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