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Spring Passes

Valid to May 10, 2015.

Lake Louise Spring Pass

Pays for itself in as few as 4 visits
A Mid-Week Spring Pass pays for itself in 4 visits, and an Adult Pass in only 5 days!

Enjoy up to 71 days of skiing or riding for under $5 a day
A Lake Louise Spring Pass provides up to 71 days of skiing or riding at the largest ski resort in the Canadian Rockies. With our Spring Pass valid from March 1 to May 10, 2015, the cost of a Youth or Senior Season Pass is under $5 a day. An Adult Season Pass is under $6 a day.

Amazing pass benefits
Spring Pass holders will be entitled to amazing discounts and exclusive Spring Pass benefits during the 2014/15 winter season including deals on lessons, rentals, dining, Lake Louise & Banff accommodations, retail purchases, partner ski resorts, heli & cat skiing, and much more!
Click here to see 2014/15 Season Pass Benefits.


Spring Pass Rates - 2016

2016 Spring Pass rates will be posted mid-February of 2016.




Spring Pass Benefits

Spring Pass holders get all the benefits of a regular Season Pass holders (save the free First Tracks lessons) and receive discounts on many goods and services at the Lake Louise Ski Resort. Also receive other great deals on Lake Louise & Banff accommodations, dining, retail purchases, partner ski resorts, heli & cat skiing, and much more!

2015 Spring Pass benefits are valid from March 1st, 2015 to the very last day of the season. (Some restrictions may apply).

Click here to see a list of 2014/15 Season Pass Benefits.




Season Pass Definitions

Adult - Ages 18-64.

Family - Two parents and children up to the age of 17 living at the same address. Lake Louise reserves the right to determine final decisions on all family circumstances relating to blended or non-conventional families.

Youth - 13-17. Proof of age required.

Child - Ages 6-12.

Tiger - 0-5, child must be under the age of 6.

Senior  - Ages 65-79. If you turn 65 before Jan. 1, 2015, you will still qualify.

Super Senior  - Ages 80 and over. If you turn 80 before Jan. 1, 2015, you will still qualify.

Student - Ages 18-29 enrolled as a full time student from an accredited Canadian College or University. Required: Student ID and copy of current course curriculum (minimum of 3 courses per semester; co-op students remain eligible with letter from accredited Canadian College or University).

Student Add-On - Full time students (ages 18-29) from accredited Canadian College or University can be added on to the Family Pass. Required: Student ID and copy of current course curriculum (minimum of 3 courses per semester; co-op students remain eligible with letter from accredited Canadian College or University).

Mid-week - Valid Monday to Thursday only. All Midweek pass holders will receive Louise Card discounts on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

CADS - Canadian Association of Disabled Skiers – membership card required.

Corporate - Valid for up to 25 uses per year. One use per day and fully transferable.

VIP Parking - Self parking in conveniently located parking lot. Limited to season pass holders only and non transferable.

Parent Pass - Parent Pass - Shared pass between two parents. Includes same day complimentary Learning Area ticket for the other parent. A Parent Pass can only be purchased in conjunction with a Child or Tiger Pass. Lake Louise reserves the right to determine final decisions on all family circumstances relating to non-conventional families. Note: Parent Passes are available for pickup 24 hours after time of photos.

Grade 2 Pass - The Grade 2 Pass gives children in grade 2 access to skiing/riding all season long at The Lake Louise Ski Resort. A $20 administration and operational fee is required to process each Grade 2 pass. Proof that your child qualifies for this pass must be presented at time of pass pickup (birth certificate, Alberta Health Care Card or BC Health Care Card, current grade 2 report card, last year's grade 1 report card). The Grade 2 Pass is only available to children in Alberta and Southeastern BC. Grade 2 passes are non-refundable and non-transferable. Lost passes can be replaced for a $5 fee.

Challenge Max Tune Pass- 3 Challenge Max ski/snowboard tunes included. Future tunes (4+), are $30 each. Includes: P-Tex, Stone Base Grind, Ceramic Edge and Hot Wax. Repairs not included.

Click here for more information on the Challenge Max Ski Tuning Robot.

Note: Proof of age required. Spring Pass ages are based as of March 1, 2015.




Purchase & Pick-up Locations

You can purchase your Spring Pass online or by visiting any of the following locations.

Spring Pass Charging

Link your credit or load/ reload funds to your Lake Louise Spring Pass.

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