Lake Louise is surrounded by protected wilderness and is one of the amazing highlights of the Rocky Mountaineer tour, an emerald lake fed by ancient glaciers and supported by stark, snow-covered mountains.
Lake Louise holidays are popular all year round, being a world famous ski resort and is a great spot for hiking, kayaking, fishing and mountain biking in summer, due to its long hours of daylight.
Things to do in Lake Louise
Lake Louise sits near the border with British Columbia and within Banff National Park. Its position makes it ideal for river white water rafting, hiking, rock climbing and ice climbing.
When to go to Lake Louise
Lake Louise, Alberta sees average summer temperatures of around 20.1°C in July. Winter lows dip to around -20.9°C.
Visiting Lake Louise in 2016/2017?
Lake Louise is popularly regarded as the quintessential Canadian mountain resort, tucked away from the world in a large, forest-lined valley overlooked by snow-covered mountain peaks. Lake Louise is also a popular pony-trekking destination.
Touring in Lake Louise
Canadian Sky offers a huge variety of escorted and self-drive or fly-drive touring options to suit everyone, whether you want to take control of your itinerary yourself or sit back and relax in the confidence that it is all being done for you on an escorted tour.
Planning a holiday to Lake Louise in 2016 or 2017?
Planning your holidays to Lake Louise in 2016 or 2017? Canadian Sky has the experience to help you plan your perfect holiday. Call our Lake Louise specialists today and make the most of your next holiday.
Rafting on Lake Louise
The Chateau Lake Louise
Dog sled tours in winter
Heritage Railway Station
Lake Agnes Teahouse