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Ice Sculpture

Ice, Ice, Baby! - Lake Louise

Ice Sculpture

Ice, Ice, Baby! - Lake Louise

Ice, Ice, Baby!

Lake Louise’s winter wonderland inspires an evening of warmth and camaraderie including folklore and tales, and some of the best night-lighted winter activities to bring your team altogether. Glam it up with long-table service, Canadian wine pairings, ice-bars, and chilled Moscow Mules, or make the whole event casual and interactive with visits from the Birds of Prey, Mountain Heritage Guides and chef-hosted culinary presentations.

Victoria Ballroom

The Victoria Ballroom – floor-to-ceiling picture windows, stone fireplaces, and Fairmont’s renowned culinary offerings – it doesn’t get more refined than this. Credit: Pacific Destination Services

Ice bar

Lake Louise’s own Ice Bar, uplit with your company’s logo serves chilled Moscow Mules, Maple Syrup candy, and ice-cold martinis.


Classic Swiss Fondue – a favourite of Lake Louise’s culinary team – no better way for the whole group to connect than over melting cheese.


Work off the Fondue with a pick-up game of shinny, broomball on ice, skating or Bavarian curling.

Sleigh ride

Snowshoeing by headlamp, or a sleigh ride around a snowy lake trail – the end of a night to remember.

Memories For The Making

Pre-dinner cocktails and an intro to indigenous birds of prey.

A roaring fire, a ballroom awash in soft lighting, and the inspiring words of Canada’s only Olympic gold medal downhill skier, Kerrin Lee-Gartner sharing lessons learned while performing under pressure.

Chef’s favourite fondue recipe delivered at turn-down means this night can be recreated at home.

Experts to help you plan:

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Capacity: 6 - 100 people

Best time to experience:

Year ‘round