Ski at this internationally renowned destination, or cross-country ski, hike, horseback ride or bike Lake Louise’s world-class trails. White water rafting on four nearby rivers is also popular with the thrill-seeking tourist.
For a peaceful escape, check out Lake Louise, a crystal blue-green lake set against the backdrop of the Victoria Glacier located 183 km (114 mi.) northwest of Calgary. Standing at the lakeside, its colour seems almost impossibly teal. When in Lake Louise a visit to the Lake Agnes Tea House is a must.
Lake Louise offers a variety of activities including; horseback riding, white-water rafting, hiking, sleigh rides, gondola rides, skating, canoeing, snow shoeing, and of course, skiing at the famous Lake Louise Ski Resort.
Horseback riding, mountain biking, cycling, white-water rafting, hiking, sleigh rides, gondola rides, onsite ice skating rink, ice walks, wildlife viewing, tea houses, glacier tours, bird watching, canoeing, snow shoeing, and of course, skiing at the famous Lake Louise Ski Resort.
Bow Lake, Alberta
Nestled along the shores of Bow Lake is Jimmy Simpson’s Num-Ti-Jah Lodge surrounded by dramatic scenery. The lodge has 16 rustic rooms to stretch out in, hot showers any time, thick duvets to crawl under, and no phones or TV in the room to interrupt your thoughts. The restaurant is the heart of this Lodge for its fantastic food, drink and authentic mountain ambience. The cuisine is fresh, in season and always cooked to perfection. WiFi is available and is subject to weather and usage.
Lake Louise, AB
Ideally located in Banff National Park between Banff and Lake Louise is Baker Creek Mountain Resort. The Resort is an intimate casual mountain destination consisting of cozy log cabins, lodge suites, the Baker Creek Bistro, Creekside Cafe & Gift Shop, and the Heritage Executive Retreat Centre. Open year round; experience the World’s finest at your doorstep; ski, hike, bike, fish or just simply take in the magical beauty of the Canadian Rockies.