Skiing in Canada

SkiBig3 - Three resorts, two towns, one lift pass

Deep within the heart of the Canadian Rockies, explore Alberta’s iconic mountains at three distinctive ski resorts of Banff Sunshine, the Lake Louise Ski Resort and Mt Norquay. Boasting a combined 8,000 acres of skiing with 334 runs and 26 lifts, all three experience on average 30 feet of powdery Canadian snow a year. Discover the exceptional natural beauty and magnificent wildlife of the Rockies as you experience world-class skiing at this awe-inspiring destination.

Top Tips from our Experts


Destination Manager

"Known as 'the best kept secret in the Canadian Rockies' - Mt. Norquay offers the only night-skiing in the Lake Louise and Banff area."


Destination Manager

"Head to Banff within the month of January and experience one of Banff's National Parks most celebrated events - The Ice Magic Festival. Glance upon the incredible ice sculpture competitions and even give it a try yourself."

Banff Sunshine

Located just 20 minutes from the picturesque mountain town of Banff, three spectacular mountains make up the resort boundaries of Banff Sunshine. Accessed by gondola and a network of high-speed lifts, the upper reaches of this resort offer magnificent, uninterrupted views of the Canadian Rockies. Ranging from beginner runs all way up to extreme big mountain runs, this world-class resort has been named one of the top 10 off-piste destinations in the world.

The Lake Louise Ski Resort

One of the largest ski resorts in North America, the Lake Louise Ski Resort is situated just minutes from the village of Lake Louise. Known for its wide variety of terrain, the ski area is exceptional for families and groups with different skiing experience. With beginner, intermediate and expert runs accessible from every chair lift, enjoy both the gentle slopes and long cruising runs. Be sure to soak up the unbelievable scenery from the top and gaze upon Canada’s first national park.

Mt. Norquay

Mt Norquay

Known as a local gem, Mt Norquay is famous for being the training ground of Olympic athletes with an outstanding mix of terrain, from rolling groomers to hard-core steeps. Just minutes from the town of Banff, this small, family-friendly resort is perched magnificently above the town with incredible uninterrupted views. Mt Norquay offers sightseeing views from the Cliffhouse Bistro, tubing and the only night skiing in Banff National Park. It truly is the best-kept secret in the Canadian Rockies.