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Save 30% on 2011/12 Season Passes

2011/12 Early Bird Season Pass Sale - Save up to 30%April 13, 2011 - The Lake Louise Ski Area is pleased to announce that our 2011-2012 “Early-Bird” Season Pass prices have once again been frozen at last year’s levels. 

A Lake Louise Family season ski pass will be available for just $1,499, an adult pass is $639, a youth $459, and student, senior and mid-week passes are just $499. By purchasing your Early-Bird season pass by May 31, 2011, skiers and riders can save approximately 30% on in-season rates.

“This marks the third consecutive year that Lake Louise has “held the line” on Early-Bird season pass prices,” confirms marketing director, John Ross. “We truly value our loyal customers and have decided to reward them by keeping our season pass prices at these low rates for at least another season. Lake Louise has enjoyed a stellar ski season this year and we want to keep this positive momentum moving forward.”

“Compared to the price of a golf memberships or hockey tickets, a Lake Louise season ski pass represents tremendous customer value. The ski season lasts six months, we are open every day, and there are no blackouts or restrictions. With the Trans Canada Highway now completely twinned right through to Lake Louise, travelling to the “Lake” has never been safer or easier.”

Due to excellent snow conditions at the mountain right now, Lake Louise is rewarding this year’s season pass holders by staying open an extra bonus week from May 2- May 8.

Purchase your Early Bird season pass for the 2011-2012 season now, and we’ll throw in free skiing for you during our extended bonus week from May 2-May 8!

Lake Louise Early Bird season passes are available until May 31, 2011. For a complete list of season pass prices and options, or to purchase your pass on-line, please click the button below:

Published - April 13, 2011.

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