Lake Louise

Lake Louise

Lake Louise is a hamlet in Banff National Park in the Canadian Rockies and is famous for its turquoise, glacier-fed lake, the Victoria Glacier, soaring mountain backdrop and its outstanding winter sports offerings. At 1 540 meters, Lake Louise Village is Canada’s highest town, with fantastically fresh air and plenty of snow in winter. There are amenities for alpine and cross-country skiing, as well as for heli-skiing and snowboarding. The resort was voted Canada’s best ski resort in the 2013, 2014 and 2015 World Ski Awards – a good reason to come and see and experience amazing adventures yourself. The lake itself is used for ice-fishing and ice skating, and the surrounding area offers settings for snowmobiling, dog sledding, snowshoeing and ice climbing. As if this were not enough, there are common sightings of moose, bears, cougars and elk, and here you have the very rare opportunity to see grizzlies in the wild. Contact one of our agents today so that we can design an experience you will never forget.

Photo Credit: Banff & Lake Louise Tourism

Places You’ll See


  • Spend the night in stunning resort town, Banff
  • Take in views of ice fields and glacial valleys
  • Awaken to sunrise over frosted mountain peaks
  • Explore the beautiful coastal city of Vancouver
  • Unwind in a range of cosy and handpicked hotels
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Optional Activities

Lake Louise Ski Resort
Ski or Snowboarding lessons
Tube Park
Tube Park