Lower Slopes: 165cm
Upper Slopes: 170cm

Banff ,  Banff Tri-Area Pass , Canada

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 ...

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Our Opinion

Lively town which acts as a base for skiing in Sunshine, Lake Louise and Norquay.

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Lifts & Slopes

Highest lift:
2730m (8957 Feet)
Lowest lift:
1384m (4541 Feet)
No of lifts:
27
No of slopes:
135
Total piste length:
N/A
Longest run:
5km
Snow parks:
2
Snow cannons:
N/A
Glacier:
N/A
Off piste:
No
Cross country:
0km

Local Lift Pass Info

Highest adult pass 1 day:
Canadian Dollars 94.00
Highest adult pass 6 days:
Canadian Dollars 477.12
Highest child pass 1 day:
Canadian Dollars 31.00
Highest child pass 6 days:
Canadian Dollars 157.44

Liftpass Database and compilation ©
Snow24 plc 2010-11

Resort Attributes

  • Family friendly
  • Budget
  • Snow sure
  • Good for off piste
  • Good for all levels
  • Good for eating out
  • Good for non-skiers
  • Good shopping
  • Lively and Young
  • High altitude skiing
  • Good for Alpine charm
  • Scenic
  • Good for snow parks
  • Reliable for snow
  • Short airport transfers
  • Good ski schools
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Transfer info

  • Calgary - 1 hr 45 mins

All times are approximate

Snow & Weather

Last Snowed: 15 Apr 2015
Fresh Snow: 17cm
Lower Slopes: 165cm
Upper Slopes: 170cm

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