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Review Lake Louise Ski Resort: Freestyle Skiing

Lake Louise Ski Resort

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last update on Aug 10, 2022
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Terrain Parks 9 / 10
Overall: 78 / 100
  • One or more terrain parks available
  • Obstacles for beginners and experts
  • Adequate set-up in the terrain park
  • Changing set-up
  • No lift to the terrain park

It is Showtime (Terrain Park)

Freestylers will enjoy Lake Louise's varied terrain parks (five in number). The Showtime Terrain Park is located on Easy Street and is one of the largest terrain parks in Western Canada. Offering distinct progressive lines for all ability levels, skiers and snowboarders enjoy a wide variety of jumps, rails, and boxes. Showtime usually opens its gates in December, as conditions permit. Boulevard Terrain Park is another go-to for expert freestylers.

Intermediate freestylers should head to Upper Triple Bridge Terrain Park or Lower Triple Bridge Terrain Park. Both feature plenty of small, medium and large jumps, rails, boxes, tables, and tubes.

Easy Street Terrain Park close to the base area is great for newbies. Small jumps, rails, boxes, and several other features make the first steps into freestyle skiing easier for novices. Grizzly Express and Glacier Express take them all the way up to the park's entrance.


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