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Lake Louise

Lake Louise

1 Whitehorn Road Lake Louise, AB T0L 1E0 403 244 6665 website: http://www.skilouise.com/
Lake Louise offers a vast terrain for all levels of skiers and is down home, warm, and friendly.

One visit is usually all it takes for Lake Louise to make virtually everyone's top 10 list of mountain resorts. It doesn't have a glitzy Vail persona. Instead, Lake Louise is down home, warm and friendly. It's a wonderful destination for families and groups with different ability levels. Its vast terrain provides plenty of fun and challenge for everyone. Lake Louise has some truly steep terrain, but that's balanced nicely with groomed intermediate runs that are enough fun for experts to want to join their friends and family members who prefer this kind of terrain. That says a lot. Top that off with delightful beginner and first-timer terrain, and everyone's bound to be happy.The 24,000-square-foot Lodge of the Ten Peaks, and the corresponding remodeling of the original base lodge, are the first things you see when you pull up to the resort. The massive, split-beam log buildings are one of the most handsome in the Rockies: Think of a log cabin built by Paul Bunyan. The lodge is constructed of some 2,500 fir, pine and spruce logs, most of them thinned from the Ptarmigan slope to open glade skiing and riding. Lake Louise is comprised of four mountain faces that create three distinct areas: the Front Face, the Back Bowls and the Larch Area. The trail map has an excellent synopsis of where different ability levels should head.If you want sun all day and want to ski the whole area, go to the Back Bowls in the morning, Larch midday and end up on the Front Face. Take a free guided tour by the Ski Friends, a volunteer group, two times daily starting at Whiskyjack Lodge.

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November 6, 2009
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Ski country is home to some of the world’s most luxurious lodges, where down featherbeds and Egyptian-cotton sheets are bested only by personal ski valets and snap-to service. Because whether you’re skiing in the glades of Vermont or the bowls of Alberta, the best mountain lodges extend your ski vacation well beyond the slopes.
November 6, 2008
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Trade skis for crampons and hike into an ice spire cathedral near the slopes of Alberta’s Lake Louise.
February 8, 2006
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July 13, 2005
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