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BANFF - The Power of three!



Mount Norquay, Lake Louise and Sunshine Mountain, three iconic mountains that make up the big three of the Banff group.


Whether you like steeps, fast groomers or open powder bowls, with 7,748 acres of terrain to explore you will never get bored of skiing from Banff.


Each of the resorts has a different feel, head to Norquay for fast groomers and off piste faces, Sunshine for steep chutes and mountain top views or Lake Louise for sublime powder bowls.


A different style holiday to the rest of Canada, you get to stay in the town of Banff and enjoy a vast array of restaurants, nightlife, shopping and hot pools while choosing which of the fabulous three resorts to ski each day. Your pass includes public transport to the resorts so there's no need for a car.


The accommodation options are endless and varied from basic hotel style accommodation right through to a mad Hogwarts style castle with the Fairmont Banff Springs. Stay in the town of Banff or in the wilds of Tunnel Mountain, the choice is yours.



Family Friendly 7/10

Powder hounds paradise 7/10

Ski terrain: Lake louise 25% Beginner |45% Intermediate |30% Advanced

Mt Norquay 20% Beginner| 36% Intermediate| 28% Advanced| 16% Expert

Sunshine  20% Beginner| 55% Intermediate| 25% Advanced

Vertical Drop:  Lake Louise 990m, Mt Norquay 503m, Sunshine 1,070m 

Base Elevation: 1,660m

Summit Elevation:  Lake Louise 2,637m, Mt Norquay 2,449m, Sunshine 2,730m 

Skiable area: 7,748 acres 

Longest Run: Lake Louise 8km, Mt Norquay 1.2km , Sunshine 8km 

Trails: Lake Louise 145, Mt Norquay 60, Sunshine 145 

Terrain Parks

28 lifts

Ski in, ski out accommodation ( only at Sunshine)

Mountain hosting

Part of the IKON pass



Back country skiing

Nature walks 

Hot pools

Dog sledding

Cross country skiing


Make sure you go to the Fairmont Banff Springs and the Chateau Lake Louise even if its just for an apres ski cocktail. Their caesar’s are particularly good!

Combine Banff with Kicking Horse or Panorama for the ultimate trip.

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