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Hotel Banff Park Lodge


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Banff Resort Info

Banff skiing

The town of Banff situated in beautiful Banff national park is a base from which ski holiday makers can ski the Big 3, Lake Louise, Sunshine Village and Norquay, all of which are covered under the same lift pass. Norquay, the closest of the three, is best suited to beginners and intermediates, whereas the other two offer more challenging terrain.

Banff ski resort

Banff town offers a wide range of accommodation. There's also a good selection of restaurants and bars, with a lively après ski scene. In winter it can get very cold so the warm selection of bars are very welcome.

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Banff Snow & Weather

Snow Report - 29 Jan 2015
 Lake Louise & Ski Banff @ Mt Norquay
Last snowed 26-Jan-2015
Fresh snow1 cm
Lower slopes121 cm
Upper slopes122 cm
Piste stateExcellent
Runs to resortExcellent
Off piste snowTracked
CommentsGreat snow conditions throughout area
Lifts open27
Lifts total28

Snow Overview - Canada  (snow news updated 29-Jan-2015)

It’s a mixed bag in Canada at present, with the east coast in the midst of a bitterly cold snap, whilst further west mild conditions have brought spring-like conditions. The Ski Club Leader in Whistler (122cm) reported very soft conditions on the lower slopes thanks to temperatures well above freezing. More snow is needed, especially now the temperature has dropped back slightly, refreezing the base into a hard and icy surface. Spring conditions were also found on the lower slopes of Big White (171cm) and Silver Star (157cm) earlier this week, but with temperatures dropping slightly into the weekend, the pistes will set up hard packed. Further inland in Alberta, the air remains slightly colder and on Thursday 29th January the mid-mountain temperature was sitting at around -5 at Marmot Basin (100cm). Some light new snow was picked up too, with the three Banff (122cm) resorts seeing between 8 and 19cm of fresh snow in the last week. Across on the east coast, the bitterly cold weather is continuing. Some decent snowfall is expected prior to the weekend, with Tremblant (100/180cm) and Mont Sainte-Anne (60/120cm) predicted around 20cm of fresh snow. Sunny skies are forecast for Saturday/Sunday, but with mid-mountain temperatures expected to drop as low as -25C, wrap up extremely warm and ensure all exposed flesh is covered.

North American Weather Outlook

Colorado can expect some light snowfall over the next five days, with cloudy skies dominating the weather pattern. A possible 15cm could fall, although there could be some significant local variations, with some seeing more and others less. Utah should remain mostly dry, with some excellent sunny spells for most, although some light snow showers cannot be ruled out. Further north in Montana and Wyoming, some decent falls are expected from Sunday onwards, accompanied by a much needed drop in temperature. Unfortunately the Californian snow drought is showing no signs of letting up. A significant dump is needed but the present forecasts are looking sunny and mild for at least the next nine days. Up in western Canada, mostly sunny weather is predicted until Saturday, before a cloudy change arrives on Saturday. Some light snow is expected on and off during next week which should help to freshen up the on-piste conditions and provide some pockets of powder off-piste. Across on the east coast, the bitterly cold weather is forecast to continue. Up to 20cm of fresh snow can be expected across Quebec before sunny skies return for the weekend. Further south in Vermont, Maine and New England, cloudier skies are forecast throughout the period, bringing snowfall on and off to most resorts. Around a further 20cm of fresh snow can be expected.

All snow report information supplied by Ski Club of Great Britain Ski Club of Great Britain