Getting around the Lake Louise area
There are a few options to visit the iconic lakes in Lake Louise. As the summer gets busier, parking may become scarce. To make the most of your day, we suggest leaving early morning to secure a parking spot or use one of the transportation options below. Please note that beginning this summer, there is an $11.70 charge per day to park at Lake Louise.
Fairview Limousine Moraine Lake Shuttle
Beautiful hiking abounds. Banff National Park offers some of the world’s most spectacular scenery, seen through more than 1,600 kilometres of defined trails.
Great Divide Guided Hikes:
Award winning guides and Master Interpreters. Great Divide
Lake Louise Ski Resort Guided Hikes:
Professional interpretive guides will lead you through the picturesque terrain of the Rockies, connecting you to the landscape through lessons on the flora, fauna, and deeply rooted history of this place.
Lake Louise Summer Sightseeing Gondola is the ultimate stop-off for all-ages sightseeing, with some of the best chances to spot wild grizzly bears.
Open for summer on May 20, 2022
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The World’s # 1 Active Travel Company
Post Hotel Bicycles – our hybrid Devinci bikes are perfect for the trails and roads around the Lake Louise village and are available – at no charge – for Post Hotel guests.
Bicycle Rentals at Wilson Mountain Sports www.wmsll.com
From the first timer to the experienced rock jock.
For more information check out Cloud Nine Guides www.cloudnineguides.com
World famous fly-fishing on the Bow River and abundant lake fishing as well.
Contact the Visitor’s Centre for information and licenses (403) 762-8421
Banff Fly Fishing Guides banfffishingguides.com
One hour trail rides to full-day excursions through the astonishing landscape of Banff National Park.
Brewster’s Lake Louise Stables www.brewsteradventures.com
Timberline Tours www.timberlinetours.ca
From float trips to wild whitewater on the Kicking Horse and Kootenay Rivers.
Wild Water Adventures www.wildwater.com
Wet N’ Wild www.wetnwild.bc.ca
There are four fabulous golf courses within one hour of the Post with the renowned Banff Springs just 45 minutes away.
Banff Springs www.fairmont.com/banff-springs/golf/
Canmore’s Silvertip Golf Course www.silvertipresort.com
Canmore’s Stewart Creek www.stewartcreekgolf.com
Golden Golf Course www.golfgolden.com
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