Lake Louise, Sunshine Village, and Norquay Opened Today [Conditions Report + Terrain Updates]

Lake Louise, Sunshine Village, and Norquay Opened Today [Conditions Report + Terrain Updates]

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Lake Louise, Sunshine Village, and Norquay Opened Today [Conditions Report + Terrain Updates]

Current terrain open @Sunshinve Village | Photo: Sunshine Village | Cover: Norquay

Canada’s ski season kicked off in earnest this morning with enthusiastic skiers and riders lining up for first chair at Sunshine Village, Lake Louise, and Mt Norquay.

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The big opening was definitely at Sunshine Village, where 5 lifts opened to a fairly wide variety of beginner and intermediate terrain, not to mention over 17 terrain features in the Strawberry Park.

Over at Lake Louise, they’re waiting for more snow and cold temps with just one chair and a few beginner runs available to the public. Norquay is seeing the same kinda deal with just 1 lift open.

Sunshine Village :

24 Hour — .3″ (1cm) | 7 Day — 7.9″ (20cm) | Base depth — 27″ (69cm)

  • Chairlifts: Wolverine, Wawa, Jackrabbit, Gondola, and 2 magic carpets

Adult Lift Ticket (*Full Day): $79

Lake Louise:

24 Hour — NA | 7 Day — 7″ (22cm) | Base depth — 7″ (17cm)

  • Chairlifts: Glacier Express

Adult Lift Ticket (*Full Day): $79

Mt Norquay:

24 Hour — 0″ (0cm) | 7 Day — 3″ (8cm) | Base depth — 15″ (40cm)

  • Chairlifts: Cascade

Adult Lift Ticket (*Full Day): $79

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