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BanffAspenAccess and affordability headline the amenities present at the Banff Aspen Lodge located in the Canadian Rockies’ city of Banff, Alberta. Nearby Banff National Park offers a multitude of recreational activities throughout all four seasons. Visitors are invited to explore hiking, biking, camping, canoeing and other ventures during the summer in the park – with Lake Louise as the focal point.

The price points for the Banff Aspen Lodge are enticing indeed with rates ranging from $129-$185. The Lodge offers economy, superior and premium room varieties with the choice of twin and queen size beds. Patrons can stay warm via two outdoor hot tubs and outdoor fireplaces along with a sauna and steam room. The lodge also includes free wireless internet, continental breakfast, patios and balconies, a conference room and every other basic amenity the typical hotel or motel offers.

In the winter, sightseeing tours are available, yet the majority of tourism centers on the Lake Louise Ski Area. Skiers of all abilities will find a home at Lake Louise and those looking for less strenuous activity can participate in the resort’s gorgeous gondola sightseeing tours. Lake Louise is one of the larger ski resorts in North America, undoubtedly offering recreation for every taste. Time in the cold elements can be followed by resting in one of the area’s several natural hot springs, including Radium Hot Springs and Banff Upper Hot Springs.

Once visitors have their fill of Banff National Park (difficult to imagine), they are just a two-hour drive away from Calgary – one of Canada’s largest metropolitan cities. The city offers numerous cultural and urban pursuits – while also boasting the world famous Calgary Stampede.

Lake Louise Ski Area Statistics:

  • Seasons: Winter: November – May
  • Lift Operations: 9:00am to 4pm
  • Base Elevation: 5,400 feet
  • Summit Elevation: 8,650 feet; Vertical rise of 3,250 feet
  • Snow: Average Annual Snowfall - 179 inches;
  • Trail Classification: Skiable Acres: 4,200 (25% Beginner, 45% Intermediate, 30% Advanced); 139 runs
  • Lift System: Total Number of Lifts: 9
  • Uphill Capacity: 13,716 people per hour
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