CHAMPAGNE AND BLUEBIRDS — that’s the kind of snow and skies you’ll get in Banff and Lake Louise in winter. With three world-class resorts — Norquay, Sunshine Village, and Lake Louise — covering nearly 8,000 skiable acres, and an average 30 feet of snow falling on the mountains each year, this patch of the Canadian Rockies is a playground for skiers and snowboarders from all over the planet.
Grab your Tri-Area Lift Ticket and open your days to unforgettable memories both on the slopes and off — seeing the Milky Way and Northern Lights over Lake Minnewanka and partying to live bands at the Rose & Crown; snowshoeing along the shores of Lake Louise, watching for elk, and having a candlelit dinner in an actual chateau as the stars come out. Here’s an idea of what it all might look like.
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