Lake Louise is one of the only ski areas located in a national park. That means it’s isolated, but it's also jaw-droppingly gorgeous, and free from the kind of base area development that plagues many resorts. Here’s where to ski, stay, eat, and ice skate. Options are limited, but they’re good.
Lindsey Vonn and Maria Riesch were victorious at the women's World Cup in Lake Louise this weekend. Julia Mancuso finished strongly, too. "We've got the best downhill team in the world," she said at Saturday night's bib draw, before coming in third in the Super-G. We've got photos from the races.
While the men's world cup race at Beaver Creek was canceled due to wind, the women's team had a strong showing at Lake Louise. Lindsey Vonn, who came in second, was the fastest of the seven American women in the top 30. And both teams will be back for more tomorrow.
Bode Miller, Julia Mancuso, and Lindsey Vonn are training for this weekend's World Cup races in Beaver Creek, Colorado, and Lake Louise, Alberta.
The Rocky Mountaineer has been called the ‘Best Rail Vacation’ on the globe, showcased on ABC’s popular television series, The Bachelorette, and named the ‘World’s Leading Travel Experience by Train’ four of the last five years by the World Travel Awards.
A skier's gotta eat. Be it a piping, hot breakfast, après-ski snacks or a spare-no-expense dinner on the mountain, ski towns know how to fill a belly. Here's an eclectic selection of restaurants, bars and lodges where the grub is sure to satisfy after (or before) a long day on the slopes.
Ski country is home to some of the world’s most luxurious lodges, where down featherbeds and Egyptian-cotton sheets are bested only by personal ski valets and snap-to service. Because whether you’re skiing in the glades of Vermont or the bowls of Alberta, the best mountain lodges extend your ski vacation well beyond the slopes.