Ski Resort Lake Louise Ski Resort in the Banff National Park: Position on map

Review Lake Louise Ski Resort: On Mountain Dining

Category On Mountain Dining: Official review by Snow-Online.com
  • Mountain huts in every area of the resort
  • Many mountain huts
  • Mountain huts with beautiful vista
  • Broad variety of cuisines
  • Few charming mountain huts
On Mountain Dining 7 / 10
Overall score: 78 / 100

Wide Range of Food Options

Canadian ski resorts are not famous for their mountain huts and restaurants. Notwithstanding, Lake Louise's dining situation is above average. You will find a wide range of huts and lodges here.

Located on the backside of the mountain between Grizzly Express top station and Larch Express base station lies the Temple Lodge, which offers a spectacular setting making it a perfect place to enjoy a break from the slopes. Aside from a cafeteria, it also features a restaurant, called Sawyer's Nook, which is known for its pizza varieties and burger specialties. The Temple Cafeteria is your go-to if you fancy hot beverages. As soon as the sun's out, a BBQ is set up – so, make sure to not miss out on that!

Adjacent to the top station of Glacier Express, there is the Whitehorn Bistro - a perfect spot to stop by and enjoy a variety of items, such as a nice cheese fondue, seafood chowder or a house made Bison burger. The fantastic scenery and panoramic view is another plus and should definitely convince you to take a look inside this fantastic restaurant.

We saved the best for last: Down in the valley, you get the chance to enjoy delicious, yummy, and truly excellent sushi or ramen at Kuma Yama Sushi. Next door there is Ten Peaks Food Court, which mainly serves breakfast and salads. Slopeside Coffee Bar, Powder Keg Lounge and the Bierstube – serving draft beer - are other venues offering snacks and a wide range of beverages, both hot and cold.