Lake Louise Ski Area is a well-known ski resort in western Canada, situated in Banff National Park, near the village of Lake Louise, Alberta. Lake Louise is one of three major ski resorts in Banff National Park. Thanks to excellent snow conditions, this spot is always busy.
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The resort is located in the Stanislaus National Forest. It is perfect for skiing, not only because of the snow, but also the location, as it is near to San Francisco Bay Area, Yosemite National Park and San Joaquin Valley.
Snowsport season starts from December to mid April. Vertical drop is 1600 ft/487.7 m and average snowfall reaches up to about 300 to 500 in/762 to 1.270 cm. Top elevation is 8200 ft/2499 m and base elevation 6600 ft/2012 m. Skiable area covers 852 ac/3.45 km² with 67 runs. From these runs, 20% are for beginners, 40% for intermediates and 40% for advanced athletes.
Longest run is Stagecoach, a 2 mi/3.2 long trail. There is a lift system of 12 lifts, 1 quad, 2 triples, 5 doubles, 4 surface lifts and 1 T-bar. Terrains are three, Progression, Stagecoach and Rocky’s Road. The resort doesn’t offer night skiing.
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