Ski Lifts in Banff Lake Louise

The Banff Lake Louise Tri-Area Pass provides lift access for all three ski areas: Mount Norquay, Lake Louise Ski Area and Sunshine Village, and the complimentary fficient shuttle bus service is now a reasonably efficient option for skiing all Big 3 ski areas.

Banff Lake Louise Ski Lifts 

In Banff Lake Louise, there is invariably a “working liftie” to greet you at both ends of the lift. Even if you’re the first one up in the morning and there’s been a huge dump of snow the night before, the seats will always be brushed off.

At Mount Norquay the first lift you will approach is a short and sweet ride up. From there you can ski either the small or big park or ski down and onto the main mountain. At Lake Louise you have the choice of taking the gondola all the way up the right side of the mountain or you can take a chairlift on the other side. From the chair you can ski both parks, ski the home run or take the Top of the World chair up. And from there just about any run is reachable.

At Sunsine you have to take the gondola lift up to the main village, there is the option to get off at the Goats Eye mid-station as well. From there you can ski any part of the resort. There is a connecting chair that takes you from the Goats Eye side of the mountain to the top of Lookout Mountain. From there you can ski down to the day lodge or any other lift.

Banff Lake Louise Ski Big3 Lift Passes

Ski Banff-Lake Louise-Sunshine offers multi-day tri-area lift tickets and unlimited skiing on 8,000 acres of terrain, including complimentary roundtrip shuttle service between Banff or Lake Louise hotels and all three ski areas in Banff National Park.

Lift tickets can be bought in the base area at every ticket outlet and at Customer Service. Ski Big3 Vacations offers customized ski vacation packages inclusive of lodgings, tri-area lift tickets and lesson programs. You can also buy lift tickets online at including free delivery of lift tickets to your hotel the day before your first ski day to avoid having to wait in line to buy tickets at the base station.


Back To Top