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

Review Lake Louise Ski Resort: Value for Money

Category Value for Money: Official review by Snow-Online.com
  • No parking fees
  • Food prices
  • Reasonable ticket rates
  • Reasonable prices for beverages
  • Discount Specials
    Value for Money 7 / 10
    Overall score: 78 / 100

    Expensive Rates – Plenty of Attractive Discounts

    Ranking among the biggest ski resorts in North America with over 4.200 acres of skiable terrain, Lake Louise is suited to all levels, which kind of justifies the prices being quite high. Adults are charged 104 CAD for a single-day lift ticket, which is extortionate.

    However, tons of discounts and packages make Lake Louise affordable and guarantee huge savings. Coming to Lake Louise just to ski for a single day is definitely too expensive; making use of one of the numerous deals offered will help save you money throughout your stay.

    We also recommend purchasing the Lake Louise Plus Card with which you ski for free on your 1st, 4th, and 7th visit. The Plus Card is not only valid all season long, you also save 20 CAD off lift tickets throughout the season; plus, you get 20% off full-day lift tickets for up to two kids who go with you.

    Sure, there are certainly cheaper ski resorts than Lake Louise; however, the facts speak for themselves: Lake Louise is an excellent ski resort suited for all levels with great snow coverage and terrific snowmaking. You are free to save plenty of money by purchasing the Lake Louise Plus Card or by making use of the discounts and packages offered. Also, you may want to bear in mind that when compared to Sunshine Village Lake Louise seems quite affordable.