The Canadian Rockies have one of the longest ski seasons in the world.
Lake Louise has one of the best ski areas in Canada, especially during spring.
The ski hills of the Canadian Rockies are once again primed for excellent skiing and snowborading.
The Lake Louise ski area in Spring is not far off paradise. With a spring pass special available for only $250, there is no reason not to go up and enjoy the views, the ski and the slopes.
Freestyle skiers and snowboarders who crave jumps, rails and halfpipe must see Colorado’s Echo Mountain, the closest resort to Denver and 100 percent dedicated to terrain parks.
Loveland Ski Area opens early October and is a green light when highway traffic is stop and go. Good terrain, reliable snowfall and a laidback vibe await skiers and riders who need a quick fix on the slopes.
Skiing and Snowboarding Lake Louise
Lake Louise, Alberta
Every time I go skiing or snowboarding in Lake Louise, I find myself getting lost…in a good way. It is the kind of ski resort where you can go day after day and week […]
Kicking Horse, only 14km from Golden, has some of the finest champagne powder in the world.