World Cup ski racing will continue at Lake Louise

Posted By: The Ski Channel on November 7, 2009 4:01 pm


Since 1980, Lake Louise has delivered sixty-nine World Cup ski races.  Thankfully, an agreement has been made and Alpine Canada will host three more years of World Cup ski racing at the Lake Louise resort in Banff National Park.

“Lake Louise has a tradition of opening the World Cup speed season and an internationally respected reputation for hardworking and dedicated volunteer and staff,” Gary Allan, president of the Alpine Canada, said in a release Friday.

For the World Cup ski racing schedule, please click here.