Discover Lake Louise, Alberta in Banff National Park!
LAKE LOUISE, Banff National Park, Alberta — Canada’s “Diamond in the Wilderness,” and the “Hiking Capital of Canada”. This area offers a tremendous diversity of recreational and sightseeing opportunities. Lake Louise is home to one of North America’s finest downhill ski areas, and has numerous hiking and walking trails. The region abounds with spectacular scenery, from glaciers to waterfalls.
A quick word to big city dwellers – this is one of the ‘last outposts of man in the area’ – the next nearest ‘destination’ – 3 hours away – is Jasper, the next town out before you’re enroute to Alaska – DO NOT expect to find a booming ‘Aspen’ or ‘Vail’ nightlife experience here.
You will however find the best powder skiing on the Continent, unparalleled wildlife viewing opportunities, our famous Canadian Rockies scenery; and perhaps you’ll find yourself again.
The Village of Lake Louise is on the Trans-Canada Highway fifty-seven kilometers (thirty-five miles) west of banff. This quiet and small village offers a range of travel amenities, fabulous dining opportunities and accommodations.
Lake Louise, Alberta in Banff National Park
Things to do in Lake Louise, Alberta
When to Go to Lake Louise?
Activity suggestions for Lake Louise, no matter the season.
Getting to Banff National Park
Banff is easily accessible from the Calgary International Airport, the Canadian Rockies hub for world-wide connections.
Banff National Park FAQ
One of the many reasons why Banff, Alberta is so popular with visitors is because of its Canadian diversity.
Banff National Park Fees
Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada, like most national and historic parks throughout the Canadian Rockies, uses visitor fees to support the maintenance of the parks.
Camping near Lake Louise
The campgrounds surrounding Banff National Park, in Alberta’s Canadian Rocky Mountains, offer the most inexpensive way to lodge while providing campers with the best scenery and access to Canadian nature.
General Park Information
Intrigued and enticed by the magnificent Banff National Park in the sprawling Alberta stretch of the Canadian Rockies? Seeking important Canadian national park visitor information? Well, look no further.