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7-Night Canada Ski Break Feb, inc. flights & accomodation - £369 (£480 OFF) @ Travelzoo
7-Night Canada Ski Break Feb, inc. flights & accomodation - £369 (£480 OFF) @ Travelzoo

7-Night Canada Ski Break Feb, inc. flights & accomodation - £369 (£480 OFF) @ Travelzoo

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It's peak ski season in the Canadian Rockies, so we're thrilled to have found this offer from Iglu Ski: seven nights in Lake Louise with flights and transfers for £369 (based on four sharing). That's a saving of £480 on the regular price!

Parties of two can travel for £439 per person.

This package includes seven nights' room-only accommodation at the 3-star Lake Louise Inn, a FREE room upgrade (subject to availability at check-in) and a $25 voucher towards food and beverage at the hotel.

Flights depart London Gatwick on 10, 17 and 24 February, or from Manchester on the same dates for £388.

A 10-night package including all the above is £424 per person (based on four sharing), departing 17 or 24 February.

Book by 31 January.

How to book: Call Iglu Ski on 020 8544 6602 and quote TZOO, or click here for more information.

About the hotel: The Lake Louise Inn is made up of five buildings set near the Pipestone River, and is the nearest hotel to the main ski area. The local village is a 5-minute walk, and there is a door-to-door shuttle to neighbouring ski areas. Facilities include an indoor pool, a steamroom, two Jacuzzis, a bar,a lounge, a restaurant and a gift shop.

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Hot just for the pic!:thumbsup:

Note all the skiing extras:

Lift Pass
Code Description Days Price in£ Select Total in£
M Local Lift Pass Youth 13-18 6 or more 166.00 0.00

Equipment Hire

Code Description Days Price in£ Select Total in£
^ Ski Helmet Adult 15+ 6 or more 16.00
B Superior Skis Adult 6 or more 89.00
C Standard Skis (Shaped) Adult 15+ 6 or more 81.00
F Superior Skis & Boots Package Adult 6 or more 108.00
G Standard Skis & Boots Package Adult 15+ 6 or more 81.00
S Snowboard Hire Adult 15+ 6 or more 89.00
U Snowboard & Boot Hire Adult 15+ 6 or more 115.00

Tuition
Code Description Days Price in£ Select Total in£
H Ski School Adult 15+ 3 114.00
V Snowboard School Adult 15+ 3 114.00
Learn To Ski/Snowboard
J Learn To Ski Package Adult 15+ 3 126.00
W Learn To Snowboard Package Adult 15+ 3 126.00

Excursions
Code Description Days Price in£ Select Total in£
3 Heli-Skiing Adult 1 440.00
4 Dogsledding Adult 13+ 1 24.00
5 Snowmobiling (Single) Adult 18+ 1 32.00
6 Snowmobiling-2 Adults Sharing Adult 18+ 1 54.00
8 Winter Wonderland (Single) Adult 1 68.00
9 Winter Wonderland (Sharing) Adult 1 123.00
Carriage of Skis/Snowboard
Code Description Days Price in£ Select Total in£
Z Carriage of Skis Adult 18.00

Lake Louise is one of the most beautiful places on earth...

Well worth visiting!

Tsk... mrs wont let me go skiing again...

Deal gets my vote. Super hot! I stayed at Lake Louise Inn and was really nice. They have a bar downstairs in main building, and a restaurants upstairs which does really nice pizza and isnt overpriced like some resorts (Meribel?). There's also a jacuzzi/sauna/steam room and small swimming pool to just chill out in after skiing all day.
In Lake Louise included 10min coach transfer from reception in morning to access the local slopes.

If you get the area ski pass you can also access the banff slopes (45min coach transfer-forget how much transfer cost-might have been in with the pass).

I paid £675 2 years ago for 10 days so £424 for flights/hotel/transfer is awesome value. If there is a big group maybe worth hiring a big 4x4 to get around-but not essential as regular buses between hotels and slopes.

NB dont go there expecting much nightlife...there isnt really any - maybe 2 hotels with bars, and 1 separate bar in the shopping precinct.

NB 2: Word of caution: with travel insurance outside of the EU (here specifically in my case)... if you require any medical treatment at all you have to pay up on discharge, and then claim back from your insurance company-they do NOT settle the bill for you... had a £12k bill to settle when leaving banff hosp last time was in this region...almost had to have CPR maxing out all my cards! Get all your credit card limits up to the max before you go just in case!

Thanks daveo78 great review ! Any idea approx transfer time from airport

Sure Lake Louise is only 2-3 hours from Calgary but we stopped overnight in Banff which may have confused me...

Good Deal. Nice Area.
Worth Visiting Sunshine Village ski area which is about 40 mins from Lake Louise and 8km from Banff. Banff's own ski mountain (Mt Norquay) probably isn't worth the extra 8km though! Calgary -> Banff by road I think is about 1.5 hours then another 45 mins along the same road to Lake Louise.

Sweet deal!
Mount Norquay 10 minutes from banff is worth a visit if you like steeps & good challenging black runs, also this year they have a new sno-tube downhill area with a drag lift, so great extra if you have kids or just wan't a change.
If you stay or drive to Banff from Lake Louise then, for those on a budget "Tommy's is a good cheap pub for both lunchtime & nightime food deals.. (mm chicken wings)
For large groups budgeting the old spaghetti factory is highly recommended (banff)
mel's (banff) ..morning, noon & night! ..we often have to queue for breakfast there it's a really nice & laid back place, avoid sunday mornings though, super busy.
there are numerous good but pricey places to eat & impress if you need to.., ditto beer & food deals all over, ..the small sushi house (with the train) is one of the top eateries on the seaboard, great food & cheap..for sushi, probably only space for around 15 customers at a time though! ..kinda makes it special
we go there every year now we have a kid as it's cheaper than europe (sadly) unless you stumble across a complete deal.
It's worth asking prior to booking what an additional week or 2 is on top of the initial price, which is what we do when we book with inghams, it can work out very vcheap compared to the book price bearing in mind it wipes out additional flights.

You can get cheaper ski hire if not simply stuck in lake Louise, Helmets are not mandatory, & tri area passes may be of interest to you covering Lake Louise, Sunshine, & Norquay

Forgot to say, ski / board tours of all the mountain resorts are available (just ask for times & the meeting point)
food at norquay in the morning is nice & evenly priced, upstairs for a more relaxed lunch / beer.

The hotel at sunshine (upstairs past the big wooden mountain goat statue) is very comfy & cheap, nice seats, log fires views, facilities, well priced food & afternoon specials, ..far nicer than the big cafeteria building opposite the ski-lift (& ski storage)

HOT!

I'd pay that just to fly there and stay in the hotel to be honest. I guess the rest of the world will be in Vancouver, although they need a bit more snow sharpish!!

Eating is cheap in Canada (although a little pricier in Banff it has to be said), however booze is a little pricy as the government sets minimum prices for alcohol.

Th £ has risen a bit against $CAD recently, although it isn't going to get any better until the clown has gone.

Very hot, I ordered a few days ago a 7 day trip to france, half board in Les Arc 2000, which came to £420 for flight/transfers/breakfast and dinner/accomodation. Ski pass was £180, so £600 altogether just for the basics. Then on top of that snowboard/boot hire was £80, then cost of all my snowboard clothing came to about £100, so that's roughly £780, plus spending money there which would need to be counted in.

Don't forget if you're looking at this deal, that is just the cost of flight/accomodation. Costs will soon shoot if by time you buy all your meals/snowboard/ski-hire/lift pass and also the cost of buying ski/snowboard clothing.. goggles/thermals/salopettes/ski jacket etc! It all adds up.

Even at these very good prices expect the holiday to set you back anywhere between £800-£1000 pound per person, so make sure you can afford it before you buy.

What seems, and is, a very good deal on the outset will certainly set you back a good chunk of money.

P.s If there's less than 4 of you going you'll likely have to pay a subsidy for the space in the room that isn't being used! As that is what the price is based on: "Based on 4 sharing"

great deal nice find.

wixster;7607056

Very hot, I ordered a few days ago a 7 day trip to france, half board in … Very hot, I ordered a few days ago a 7 day trip to france, half board in Les Arc 2000,.



Might see you there :thumbsup:, I'm going in three weeks and paid an equivalent price, but not half board. Heard good stories about the Paradiski area

daveo78;7602001

Tsk... mrs wont let me go skiing again...



daveo78;7602001

NB 2: Word of caution: with travel insurance outside of the EU (here … NB 2: Word of caution: with travel insurance outside of the EU (here specifically in my case)... if you require any medical treatment at all you have to pay up on discharge, and then claim back from your insurance company-they do NOT settle the bill for you... had a £12k bill to settle when leaving banff hosp last time was in this region...almost had to have CPR maxing out all my cards! Get all your credit card limits up to the max before you go just in case!



I wonder why she won't let you go again:roll:

Excellent deal. Would book it myself if I hadnt have got back from Tignes/Val D'Isere last week.
For skiing/scenery combination, Lake Louise is the best place I have been to...ever... with good snow and great back bowls and tree runs. I wouldn't bother with Mt Norquay, too small (compared to the other two) and icy sometimes. Sunshine on the otherhand, also within the Tri-area pass, is fantastic and worth the bus out from lake louise for at least a couple of days...not quite as scenic as Lake Louise but good challening runs on Goats Eye Mountain and a good mix of other terrain...plus great snow.
If it was me, I'd be happy to spend the whole time in Lake Louise as I only need a nice comfy bar for a bit of apres ski and im happy, remoteness i dont find a problem...and i never got bored of the terrain there after spending around 8 days of my 14 in the tri-area. That was with getting the 45min bus from Banff each way every day also....so to be located there already would be ideal to be. Prob best to get ski hire from banff though.
Here's a photo from the back bowls i took when i was there a few years ago:
snow-forecast.com/cop…e=1
Convinced?!

The Spaghetti Factory in Banff was always a great price for a meal... meal including salad, pasta meal, coffee and dessert was less than a fiver... Lake Louise/Banff area is stunning.. worked there in the Banff Springs Hotel years ago. Really good value for money if the weather isn't -20 on the slopes!! Oh there is a supermarket in the middle of Banff if memory serves me correctly.

eph

This is a fantastic price! Now just need to find 3 other mates to go with... shame most have book for resorts in Europe... or they dont want to ski/snowboard or the cold (BOO!!! :P)

I visited Banff in January 2008, and must say that this is one of the best trips i've been on. Banff itself is fantastic, the bars and resturants are great, they are well priced and the food is good, customer service is also the order of the day here (And tipping... which is normally around 10 to 15% of the final bill).

Lake Louise is about a 50 minute transfer from Banff (but didn't really time it), but Lake Louise is probably my favourite out of the Big Three (Lake Louise, Sunshine Village and Norquay). I didn't really venture out of the resort (other than up the slopes.... and fall back down them), but considering you are limited to the resort bars, cafes and resturants the prices are not bad (I can't compare these to any other resort outside of Banff as i've not been snowboarding there).

I would guess that with a transfer time of 1hr 40 from Calgary to Banff, and a transfer from Banff to Lake Louise of about an 50 mins, that would look at about a 2hr 30 transfer.

I had a Tri-Area lift pass, which included the transfer to any of the Big Three, so I assume if you had a Tri-Area pass the transfers from Lake Louise to Sunshine or Norquay would be included. From Banff at least the first buses were about 7.00..

Hmmm..... now where did I put my credit card

I have been there a few years back and loved it every second!
If you are an adrenaline freak like me I suggest you to go for a day trip over to British Columbia for an Heli-ski experience.
Hot deal!, at the time I spent £500 on the flight alone!

God damn it!! Just come back from Alpe d'Huez for the same money! Would love to go to Canada

Great resort - they really have the lift quing system cracked so every lift is full and you never wait long = more mountian time.

Food and good quality and cheap and kit is cheap as well.

For a week I reckon you would not need a multi resort ski pass

mutley*1;7607843

I wonder why she won't let you go again:roll:



If she was *that* controlling she wouldn't have made it past date 2... :whistling:

Sadly already blown the ski budget this year so have to pass on this :cry:

[SIZE="7"]I need 3 more fellas to go.

Anybody interested?[/SIZE]

mutley*1;7607843

I wonder why she won't let you go again:roll:



Nah - just been to Selva in Italy so cleaned out the budget for this year... the mrs doesnt care (at least thats what she says) - it was just an accident. :whistling:

Fitzy200;7611433

God damn it!! Just come back from Alpe d'Huez for the same money! Would … God damn it!! Just come back from Alpe d'Huez for the same money! Would love to go to Canada



We are heading off there in three weeks, 1st time to alpe d'huez although I have been to deux alpes which is a short transfer away?, any tips on good runs, bars, and eateries would be much appreciated? reviews from this year seem to say a beer is about 7 quid!!

Really looking forward to it although wish we were off to Canada now.

This is a great deal and well worth checking the 2nd week costs suggested in an earlier post.

Cheers

sb1876;7627689

We are heading off there in three weeks, 1st time to alpe d'huez although … We are heading off there in three weeks, 1st time to alpe d'huez although I have been to deux alpes which is a short transfer away?, any tips on good runs, bars, and eateries would be much appreciated? reviews from this year seem to say a beer is about 7 quid!!Really looking forward to it although wish we were off to Canada now.This is a great deal and well worth checking the 2nd week costs suggested in an earlier post.Cheers



Not been to alpe d'huez but like you went to le deux Alpes a few years back, that moglie black above the village is a bit of fun at the end of the day :w00t: Talking of prices... went to Meribel last year (Catered Chalet thank god !) pub in the village had happy hour between 6 and 7 two pints of Lager for 15 Euros !!! no joke...

Have a search below or even join up and ask a few questions friendly lot :thumbsup:

snowheads.com/ski…um/

zermattbusby;7628289

Not been to alpe d'huez but like you went to le deux Alpes a few years … Not been to alpe d'huez but like you went to le deux Alpes a few years back, that moglie black above the village is a bit of fun at the end of the day :w00t: Talking of prices... went to Meribel last year (Catered Chalet thank god !) pub in the village had happy hour between 6 and 7 two pints of Lager for 15 Euros !!! no joke...Have a search below or even join up and ask a few questions friendly lot :thumbsup:http://snowheads.com/ski-forum/



Thanks for the link I'll have a look, I had forgot about that black, it was absolutely jammed towards the end of the day and made skiing it a bit more of a challenge, our hotel was just at the bottom of that, could just about ski to the door - a real bonus when you are knackered although It's also good to walk back sampling the odd vin chaud along the way.

Went to La Rosiere last year and it was about a fiver a pint, I'd recommend that resort for quiet slopes and great skiing if you get the weather, La Thuille over the hill is even better and we went over there most days. Nightlife is fairly quiet but it is what you make it and we managed to have a few good nights out. Cheers

Anyone wantring good quality steeps should visit Kicking Horse for a few days when travelling to Banff, it's around 75 canadian dollars per day from banff inclsive of bus travel, there is some beautiful scenery & a days good ski-ing there is worth 3 days elsewhere.. (imho)
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