Powder Alert Happening Now in Banff & Lake Louise, Canada!

19th December 2017 | SkiBig3

News Regions: Banff

Resorts in this article: Lake Louise, Sunshine Village

Powder Alert Happening Now in Banff & Lake Louise, Canada!- ©Chris Moseley

SkiBig3, The Lake Louise Ski Resort Dec. 18th, 2017

Copyright: Chris Moseley

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With another 10 inches of snow this past week, and a heavy snowfall warning in the forecast, the alpine snowfall season for Banff and Lake Louise, Canada sits at a whopping 127 inches. That's a lot of snow... so much, that it’s the best start since 1950! The skiing and riding in Banff National Park is as good as it's been in the last 67 years, and there's more snow heading this way just in time for the holidays. 

With another 10 inches of snow this past week, and a heavy snowfall warning in forecast, the alpine snowfall season for Banff and Lake Louise, Canada sits at a whopping 127 inches.  - © Banff Sunshine

With another 10 inches of snow this past week, and a heavy snowfall warning in forecast, the alpine snowfall season for Banff and Lake Louise, Canada sits at a whopping 127 inches.

Copyright: Banff Sunshine

With conditions this good, now is the time to book a ski vacation north of the border to Banff and Lake Louise, Canada. Located within the breathtaking boundaries of Banff National Park, the towns of Banff, Lake Louise and SkiBig3 (three uniquely Canadian ski resorts in the park) provide the perfect combination for a winter vacation: awe-inspiring scenery, a kick-back vibe and every outdoor activity imaginable. 

With conditions this good, now is the time to book a ski vacation north of the border to Banff and Lake Louise, Canada.  - © Chris Moseley

With conditions this good, now is the time to book a ski vacation north of the border to Banff and Lake Louise, Canada.

Copyright: Chris Moseley

Whether traveling on your own or using a Mountain Collective pass that includes both Banff Sunshine and The Lake Louise Ski Resort, the resorts of SkiBig3 offer a ski vacation experience that will indelibly mark your soul and satisfy any craving for deep powder lines, wide open bowls, endless groomers and vistas that leave you speechless. 

Direct flights into Calgary, Alberta (YYC) drop skiers a short 90 minutes east of Banff National Park. An easy and direct transfer by airport shuttle or rental car has visitors quickly in the town of Banff. No traffic congestion, no high mountain turns or passes, just a straightforward, easy to navigate divided highway leading skiers and riders right to the beating heart of the Canadian Rockies. 

Banff and Lake Louise, Canada is having the best season start since 1950!  - © Banff Sunshine

Banff and Lake Louise, Canada is having the best season start since 1950!

Copyright: Banff Sunshine

With snow and ski conditions already this good, powder predictions extending throughout the winter, an exceptional currency exchange for Americans, and a season that rolls through until May, there has never been a better time to head north to discover skiing in the Canadian Rockies. 

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Lake Louise Ski Resort Dec. 18th, 2017 - © Chris Moseley
Banff and Lake Louise, Canada record snowfall - © Banff Sunshine
Lake Louise Powder - © Chris Moseley
Banff and Lake Louise, Canada best season start - © Banff Sunshine

 

 

 

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