Lake Louse ski holidays have been voted the best that Canada has to offer. The resort lies in the Banff National Park at an altitude of sixteen hundred metres with the highest lift reaching over two thousand six hundred metres. Known as the Jewel of the Rockies, the resort offers two hundred kilometres of piste on four different mountain faces. Complimentary shuttle buses run between neighbouring NewQuay and Sunshine Village. There are runs to suit all levels of ability and the ski schools have such confidence in their standard of tuition that if you haven't mastered the basics on the first day, you'll be given a free lesson. The resort lies close to the slopes and the lake and has stunning views in all directions. Wild life is abundant and it would not be unusual to see herds of elk, moose and deer not only on the mountain but in the resort. Just remember they are wild animals with large horns and don't get too close.
Lake Louse ski holidays.
When it comes to skiing and boarding, Lake Louise ski holidays bring delight to all ages from young groups to families and couples. Beginners have the advantage of gentle green pistes that run down from the lifts back to the resort. Intermediates have a vast choice of smooth runs ideal for cruising to more demanding reds on the bumps of Ptarmigan and Raven. From powder bowls to mogul fields, they can find new thrills each day. Advanced skiers have the well known black bowls and the World Cup Downhill run which may test their skills to the limit. They'll find endless chutes, glades and gullies to keep them entertained. Boarders have a snow park with jumps, rails and a half pipe. Cross country skiers have eighty kilometres of trails.
Lake Louise has a range of hotels, apartments and lodges that provide superb accommodation and great amenities. Service is very good in this relaxed resort. Lying in what is a vast wilderness, the resort has frequent visits from wildlife. Restaurants both on the mountain and in the village serve a wide variety of menu with choices to suit all tastes. Activities include ice skating, dog sledding, ice walking and snow mobiling.
The Lake Louise ski holiday season lasts from early December until mid April. The transfer time from Calgary is two and a half hours. The area has year round popularity as the summer months see an influx of those who enjoy holidays in the great outdoors and who are wild life enthusiasts.
If you are looking for a relaxing ski break where the snow is guaranteed, the scenery is magnificent, the slopes are uncrowded and the atmosphere is warm and friendly, a Lake Louise ski holiday may be just the ticket. Whilst there is no way that a skiing trip here can be called cheap, Cheeky Trip can at least find you the one that costs the least. As a price comparison site, Cheeky Trip has access to the best deals from over three dozen holiday companies, all of which are competing for your booking which inevitably leads to discounts. Just enter your point of departure, your dates and destination and with one quick search, we'll show you the Lake Louise ski holiday that costs the least. All you then have to do to secure your trip, is to make a phone call. Since offers change on a daily basis, to avoid disappointment, ring the number and book today.