About Ski Banff-Lake Louise-Sunshine 1 Day Lift Tickets
You'll need to print a voucher before your arrival in order to pick up this ticket.
This deal is for an all day Tri-area lift ticket interchangeable at Mt. Norquay, Lake Louise Mountain Resort and Sunshine Village. Please note: all Liftopia ticket prices are in USD. ... It also includes free schedule transfers between your hotel and the three ski resorts, and night skiing at Mt Norquay (Night skiing at Mt. Norquay is available Friday and Saturday only).
You will redeem your Liftopia voucher for rentals/tickets at the Ski Hub in Banff, Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel Ski Desk, Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise Ski Desk, Banff Caribou Lodge Ski Desk, or the Inns of Banff Ski Desk.
When you enter the protected wilderness of Banff National Park, you're in for a remarkable experience. Ski Banff - Lake Louise - Sunshine is Canada's largest ski destination; a joint venture of the three ski resorts in Banff and Lake Louise; Mt Norquay, Lake Louise Ski Area and Sunshine Village. Visitors will enjoy stunning mountain backdrops, guaranteed lack of lift lines and friendly local hospitality.
These three resorts provide almost 8,000 acres and 274 trails on one pass! This is your ticket to limitless powder, incredible terrain and the most spectacular scenery of Canada's Rocky Mountains. It doesn't get much better than three of the world's finest resorts all in the heart of Canada's Protected Playground. Read more
You MUST have a copy of your Liftopia voucher in order to receive your lift tickets. There are NO exceptions. You may pick up your lift tickets at any of the following locations:
a. The Ski Hub (119 Banff Avenue) - 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM
b. Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel Ski Desk - 7:30-10:30 AM & 4:00-8:00 PM
c. Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise Ski Desk - 7:30-10:30 AM & 4:00-8:00 PM
d. Banff Caribou Lodge Ski Desk - 7:30-10:30 AM & 4:00-8:00 PM Open 4 days a week: Wed, Fri, Sat & Sunday
More About Sunshine Village
Sunshine Village, close to the town of Banff, is Canada's highest resort and gets an average annual snowfall of over 30 feet covering over 3,300 acres of terrain in both Alberta and British Columbia. Check out the world famous Delerium Dive if you like steep, deep skiing. This area of the Canadian Rockies is breathtaking and highly recommended!