Lake Louise is a town famous for its emerald lake, which was known by the Stoney Indians in 1882 as “Ho-run-num-nay”- “Lake of the Little Fishies”. The town is 61km North West of Banff. It is a Protected Mountain destination that lies in a valley close to some of the higher peaks in the Canadian Rockies. Lake Louise Ski Resort holds 28.5 square kilometers of terrain across four mountain faces, now who wouldn’t want to go adventure amongst that?

  • Skiing and Snowboaring
  • Show Shoeing
  • Dog Sledding
  • Snow Tubing
  • Ice Walk at Johnston Canyon
  • Big Events
  • White Water Rafting
  • Hiking
  • Sightseeing Gondola
  • Canoeing
During the Summer months on June-September Lake Louise may reach a low of 6°C and a daily average of 22°C.
In the Winter November-May (which is the operational Ski Season), an average low temperature in -15ºC and an average high is -5°C
  • The Post Hotel
  • The Fairmont Chateau
  • Lake Louise Ski Resort

Essentials:

Season: Summer: June - September Winter: November - May (operational Ski Season)

Province: Alberta

Population: (2011) 1,200

Closest Airport: Calgary International Airport (YYC) 195km