As of March 1, in accordance with the Province of Alberta's lifting of Covid restrictions, masks are now optional both indoors and outdoors at the Lake Louise Ski Resort. This follows the February 9 removal of vaccine verification for indoor spaces. Physical distancing is still encouraged, but no longer mandatory under health guidelines.

Health and Safety continues to remain a top priority. Our primary emphasis at this point is on ventilation and fresh air. Throughout the pandemic, skiing has consistently been identified as a lower risk activity and we do have open air chairlifts that access the entire mountain and all ski terrain. For those that wish to remain outdoors for the entire day, our patios at Banded Peak Base Camp and Temple Lodge are great places to enjoy an outdoor lunch, and we have plenty of picnic tables around the base area.

For those that are comfortable in indoor spaces, upgrades to our air filtration systems occurred last year when it became evident that indoor ventilation was an important focus, and our large open lodges combined with the frequent opening of windows and doors ensure frequent air turnover. You will also keep noticing increased sanitization schedules, hand sanitizer stations, and plexiglass barriers around the resort. And 100% of our employees and volunteers are fully vaccinated.

Thank you again for your loyalty, understanding, and patience throughout the pandemic thus far. As we move forward together, we hope you get some amazing spring skiing. March and April are typically our snowiest months, with long days and mild temperatures, and the season runs all the way until May 8.

*Please note that masks are still required while riding our free shuttles. Our Daycare Centre requires families to complete the “COVID-19 CONTINUING CARE DAILY CHECKLIST” for the child(ren) on the day prior to arriving at the resort.


We’ve always taken pride in sharing Lake Louise with you, and the Lake Louise Ski Resort’s Safety Assurance is our commitment to the well-being of our guests and staff.


In certain areas, plexiglass shields are installed to ensure both guests and staff are kept safe. We encourage guests to frequently use the hand sanitizer stations placed throughout the resort and use contactless payment.


We have enhanced cleaning protocols at all guest and staff touchpoints to ensure our sanitization procedures exceed current Alberta Health Services guidance and industry standards.

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