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Banff & Lake Louise

 

Few places in the world, nevermind ski resorts, rival the stunning views and spectacular scenery of Banff National Park. Featuring three major resorts, a snow-sure season stretching from November to May, as well as regular wildlife-sightings and even the Northern Lights, there are many reasons to get excited about Banff.

 

Banff Village bustles with après, upscale shopping, bars and restaurants and offers some exciting extra-curriculars to rival the slopes themselves. Dog-sledding is a must, there are guided glacier and canyon hikes for the get-up-and-goers, and even hot springs if you're looking for something more salubrious. Accommodation is hotel based and generally great value.

 

Lake Louise is the largest and arguably most scenic of the three Banff resorts, with some truly breathtaking views across the Bow Valley. The mountain is both exhilarating and accessible, with outstanding back bowls and off-piste trails up there with any resort, yet with beginner tracks feeding off almost every lift. Mount Norquay, the closest resort to Banff, has plenty to offer though, as does the Sunshine Village, so you’ll want to make full use of the tri-area lift pass. Ask your travel concierge how to best approach Banff!

Banff & Lake Louise

 

Few places in the world, nevermind ski resorts, rival the stunning views and spectacular scenery of Banff National Park. Featuring three major resorts, a snow-sure season stretching from November to May, as well as regular wildlife-sightings and even the Northern Lights, there are many reasons to get excited about Banff.

 

Banff Village bustles with après, upscale shopping, bars and restaurants and offers some exciting extra-curriculars to rival the slopes themselves. Dog-sledding is a must, there are guided glacier and canyon hikes for the get-up-and-goers, and even hot springs if you're looking for something more salubrious. Accommodation is hotel based and generally great value.

 

Lake Louise is the largest and arguably most scenic of the three Banff resorts, with some truly breathtaking views across the Bow Valley. The mountain is both exhilarating and accessible, with outstanding back bowls and off-piste trails up there with any resort, yet with beginner tracks feeding off almost every lift. Mount Norquay, the closest resort to Banff, has plenty to offer though, as does the Sunshine Village, so you’ll want to make full use of the tri-area lift pass. Ask your travel concierge how to best approach Banff!

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