Dog Sledding in Lake Louise Ski Area, Lake Louise, Alberta Canada

Skiable Area:
17 km² (4200 ac)
Vertical Drop:
991 m (3250 ft)
Base Elevation:
1646 m (5400 ft)
Top Elevation:
2637 m (8650 ft)
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. It is often said that if you visit this place, you give yourself the opportunity to feel what is called, best vacations.

Providing excellent snow conditions, a wide range of activities and great hospitality, this place invites you to enjoy your best winter. Visit this famous Canadian spot during winter and feel the adventure by performing an exciting activity, like dog sledding.

The resort offers a skiable area of 17 km² (4200 ac),  a vertical drop of 991 m (3250 ft), a base elevation of 1646 m (5400 ft) and a top elevation of 2637 m (8650 ft). The 113 trails, which are tailored to cover all levels of difficulty are formed by 40% of snow-making. You find 25% of trails for easy skiing, 45% for difficult skiing and for ski lovers, 30% of trails are designed especially for them.

The longest run reaches 8.04 m (26.40 ft). For beginners, a ski school is available to teach them the appropriate techniques for their best ski activity.

On spot you also find 3 surface lifts, 2 double chairs, 1 triple chair, 1 quad chair and 4 Hi-speed Quads, with lift capacity 15,499 people per hour. Visit this spot, experience an amazing activity with the best man’s friend and let your negative thoughts fade away.