Lake Louise, Alberta

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All Roads Lead to Lake Louise, Alberta

LAKE LOUISE, ALBERTA – Canada. The community of Lake Louise, Alberta is located in Banff National Park on the Trans-Canada Highway, 180 km (112 mi) west of Calgary, close to the intersection of Trans-Canada Highway, the Icefield Parkway and Alberta Highway 1A.

Majestic Mountain Ridges of Lake Louise, Alberta

The town of Lake Louise is 4 km (2.5 mi.) from the lake. It serves as the Information Centre for Lake Louise and surrounding area. Like the rest of the towns in this region of the Rocky Mountains, Lake Louise owes its beginning to the CP Railway.

Great Things and Activities to do in Lake Louise, Alberta

The trains no longer stop at Lake Louise and the Trans Canada Highway (Hwy # 1) is the main transportation link. The Lake Louise area is world famous for its skiing facilities.

Rafting is a very popular activity in Lake Louise, Alberta. There are tons of resources that you can use to find the perfect rafting adventure for you and your family. We highly recommend Mistaya Rafting for a one-of-a-kind whitewater experience.

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