Hotel Banff Park Lodge   Banff , Canada is a specialist ski chalet and hotel agency run by skiers for skiers. We use our expertise of resorts and accommodation to find the ideal match for each client's holiday requirements.

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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 - 30 Mar 2015
 Lake Louise & Ski Banff @ Mt Norquay
Last snowed 29-Mar-2015
Fresh snow2 cm
Lower slopes160 cm
Upper slopes160 cm
Piste stateExcellent
Runs to resortSpring snow
Off piste snowTracked
CommentsVery good piste conditions, best at top
Lifts open28
Lifts total28

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

Good skiing is on offer at present in Alberta, with the resorts benefitting from slightly cooler air than their neighbours in British Columbia. Light snow was falling at both Marmot basin (130cm) and the three Banff (165cm) resorts, although the very lowest slopes were seeing a wintry mix instead. Unsettled and mild weather is expected to continue this week, bringing similar conditions to Thursday 26th March – so head high for the best conditions and the chance of some fresh powdery turns. Fresh snow has fallen across much of British Columbia, but with relatively high freezing levels, the snow is heavy and lower down was mixed with rain at times. That being said, some great gains have been made on the upper slopes at resorts such as Big White (228cm) which saw 24cm of new snow into Thursday, Silver Star (125/215cm) that caught 20cm and Sun Peaks (152/190cm) where 26cm fell. Whistler (188cm) also caught 12cm of new snow, taking the seven day total to 63cm. More of the same is expected over the weekend with snow falling up high but rain lower down, before colder conditions drop the snow level at the start of new week which is good news. Thursday was a cloudy day in eastern Canada, where Mont Sainte-Anne (110/170cm) saw a nice 4cm top up but Tremblant (110/190cm) remained dry. Conditions across the mountain remain excellent, with some nice corn snow lower down and some good packed powder up high. Saturday is looking like a stunning sunny day before the clouds move in once more on Sunday, bringing some further light snow.

North American Weather Outlook

Spring is forecast to return to the Rockies over the weekend, particularly in Utah where sunny skies and mid-mountain temperatures of between +6C and +8C. Expect some slightly cloudier skies in Colorado, bringing with it the chance of some light rain on Sunday/Monday. The next colder change is set for the second half of next week based on current forecasts. Warm sunshine is forecast for California, with daytime temperatures hitting +10C at mid-mountain over the weekend. Some rain showers are possible on Saturday and Sunday which is not great news as the snowpack is already suffering. Western Canada is looking unsettled over the weekend, with precipitation expected at all of our featured resorts. Sadly much of this is set to fall as rain in British Columbia on all but the highest peaks, and even in the higher altitude resorts of Alberta. Colder weather is currently forecast to arrive on Tuesday and much of the rain is set to turn to snow which is good news. Slightly milder conditions have also finally become established on the east coast of both Canada and the USA, but temperatures are expected to reach maximums of around +2C rather than the double digits of the west coast. Some new snow is expected in colder spells, such as on Friday and then again on Monday, when a further 10cm of new snow is expected.

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