2020/21 Season Safety Update

Your ongoing support, kindness, patience and understanding is sincerely appreciated.

It's been an amazing season so far, and we're grateful for everyone's cooperation. Thank you for wearing your face masks, maintaining physical distance, following our safety guidelines, and respecting all provincial restrictions. As we continue to navigate through the pandemic, we must remain vigilant and stay aware for the well-being of us all. Together we can do this to keep our season safe and going right into May.

Government of Alberta restrictions - Province of Alberta COVID-19 restrictions remain in effect. These include restrictions on face masks, social distancing, indoor & outdoor gatherings, restaurants and more. See restrictions.


Everyone's health and safety remain our top priority, and we continue to work closely with Alberta Health Services to ensure a safe season. Here's a quick checklist to ensure you stay safe and have fun!

☑ Reserve the days you wish to visit

Reservations are required before you arrive. Pre-purchase your tickets or pass online (if you don't already have one) then visit reservations.skilouise.com to make a reservation.

☑ Wear your face mask

Non-medical face masks are required throughout the resort, indoors and outside. Please ensure your mask snuggly fits your face, fully covering your mouth and nose. Keep a spare mask in your pocket, so you have one for indoors and one for outside.

☑ Keep your distance

Remember to maintain physical distancing (2 meters or 6 feet) from those around you and sanitize your hands frequently. If you can touch the person in front of you with the tip of your ski pole, you're too close.

☑ Be aware of who you're socializing with

Don't forget that socializing outdoors is limited to a maximum of ten people while still maintaining physical distancing. If you're heading indoors, remember that dining is limited to up to six people from your household or with your two selected non-household contacts if you live alone.

☑ If you're feeling sick, please stay home

Follow the health guidelines set by the Government of Alberta, and we look forward to welcoming you another time.


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