Discover 480 acres of new terrain in West Bowl

Explore even more endless glades, steep trees and tasty powder pockets.

West Bowl is a vast area capped by the summit of Whitehorn Mountain, on the front face of the resort. It offers breathtaking views of the majestic Canadian Rockies that overlook the Bow Valley and the scenic backdrop of Lake Louise and Victoria Glacier. Located west of the ski resort’s base, this new area of wilderness ski and snowboard terrain will carry-on the reputation of Lake Louise’s back bowls, but in this case on the front side. To facilitate this grand opening, a two-kilometre long ski-out has been constructed from the bottom of the various chutes, gullies and bowls comprising West Bowl, to the junction of Men’s Downhill and Juniper Jungle.

The natural landscape of West Bowl lends itself well to some of the best advanced-intermediate through expert terrain in Banff National Park!

New Summit Quad Chairlift.

Summit Chair starts from the saddle below the top station of the Top of the World chairlift. In just four minutes, the new Summit Chair can whisk skiers and riders up the ridge of Whitehorn Mountain, giving easy access to the new West Bowl terrain as well as the back bowls, and the existing runs previously accessed by the Summit Platter.


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