Lake Louise opens for the 2013-14 ski season!
Fri 08 November 13
Snowboarders are finally able to ride Lake Louise which has officially opened for the 13/14 season.
Lake Louise opens for the 2013-14 ski season! © Banff
The current terrain open includes 1,450 vertical feet, three runs and select park features, the Giant of Canadian Skiing, Lake Louise Ski Resort,
Recent snowstorms plus new and improved snow making facilities have bolstered conditions and allowed the scheduled opening to go ahead. The Glacier Chair will be running allowing access to three runs; Bald Eagle, Wiwaxy and Easy Street. A limited rail park will also be open on Wiwaxy for freestyle riders.
Lake Louise Open Day Snow!
What’s New This Season?
The Snowboard Cross World Cup will come to Lake Louise for the first time. A new Lake Louise Ski Resort App will make it easier for guests to navigate around the mountain, meet friends and receive news updates. Plus there are significant improvements in on-mountain food and beverage services for better dining and après.
Skiers and boarders should note that Sunshine Village has postponed opening until mid. Stay tuned for updates.
Visit www.SkiBig3.com for vacation specials, ski packages and all the latest updates straight from the resorts.
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“Excellent freeriding on four mountain faces, slap bang in the heart of the Canadian Rockies giving a sense of true remoteness. Nightlife here is limited, however Banff (population 8000) is located a 45 minute drive away and provides a livelier after hill scene. A 'Tri-Area Lift Ticket' lift pass gives you access and free transport to the trio of 3 ski areas in the Rockies - Lake Louise, Sunshine Village and Mount Norquay. The first two complement one another well in their own individual ways and well worth riding. ”