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Lake Louise Scenic Snowshoe Tour
"Begin your adventure with a thrilling 13-minute ride on the scenic Grizzly Gondola. Once you're at the top of the mountain explore Meadowlark while snowshoeing with your interpretive guide at the top of the mountain. Stop for a short break at the Eagle cabin viewpoint for hot chocolate and a snack. The price of this tour includes a guide sightseeing lift ticket snowshoe rental hot chocolate and a snack. The tour is approximately 2 hours in length and is suitable for all abilities and for ages 8 years or older. Please Note: Snowshoe tours require a minimum of two people children must be 8 years or older to participate. Guests are required to wear warm winter gear. It's suggested you bring a winter jacket snow pants
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Lake Louise Scenic Snowshoe Tour
"Begin your adventure with a thrilling 13-minute ride on the scenic Grizzly Gondola. Once you're at the top of the mountain explore Meadowlark while snowshoeing with your interpretive guide at the top of the mountain. Stop for a short break at the Eagle cabin viewpoint for hot chocolate and a snack. The price of this tour includes a guide sightseeing lift ticket snowshoe rental hot chocolate and a snack. The tour is approximately 2 hours in length and is suitable for all abilities and for ages 8 years or older. Please Note: Snowshoe tours require a minimum of two people children must be 8 years or older to participate. Guests are required to wear warm winter gear. It's suggested you bring a winter jacket snow pants
From CAD69.00
 
Lake Louise Night Snowshoe Tour
"Experience what it feels like to be in a winter forest while getting a rare behind the scenes look at what really goes on at a busy ski resort after the last chair of the day. With easy to use snowshoes and friendly instructors almost anyone can journey to some of the most thrilling panoramic winter views formerly only available to skiers and riders. The price of this tour includes a guide head lamps rental snowshoe rental a snack and a hot beverage plus transfer from and to hotels in Lake Louise. The difficulty level is moderate. Please Note: Snowshoe tours require a minimum of two people children must be 8 years or older to participate. Guests are required to wear warm winter gear. It's suggested you bring a winter jacket
From CAD49.00

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Laggan's

There are lineups at this place from opening to closing and a constant feeling of controlled chaos. Laggan's is where everyone goes; from locals to the loads of tourists coming off the bus. Whoever...
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Laggan's Mountain Bakery & Deli

We were looking for a place for lunch after visiting Lake Louise and on our way to Moraine Lake. We found the Samson Mall a few km after leaving LL and decided to stop for lunch. There were a number...
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HI-Lake Louise

Talking to several people around town they all recommended the restaurant as both good food and very reasonable price. They were right on both countsLocated in the Hostelling International-Lake Louise...
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Snowshoe Cafe

While visiting Moraine Lake, we tried the Snowshoe Cafe beneath the Moraine Lake Lodge. It was unimpressive. It serves overpriced hot beverages and food that are basic and bland.We got hot chocolate...
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Laggan's Mountain Bakery and Deli

We went to Laggan's for breakfast before driving north on the Icefields Parkway. We grabbed a couple of Western egg breakfast buns. I also ordered a soy chai latte. It was the best one I have had in a...
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Chateau Deli

Staying in this area there is much to do and sometimes you don't want to waste too much time getting dressed up to have a sit down dinner. The perfect stop is the Chateau Deli. The have everything a...
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Bill Peyto's Cafe

This cafe is located in the HI Lake Louise Hostel, and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.Like the rest of the hostel, the cafe has a very nice atmosphere, with modern rustic decor, and the staff are...
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Lake Louise Station

Lake Louise Station is actually the old train station that was built in 1910 to bring visitors to Lake Louise. When train travel became not as popular, the station fell into disrepair and was, for the...
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Chateau Deli

The Deli is basically a kiosk on the main level of the hotel, and don't go expecting pleasant service. The young gentleman manning the deli seemed disgruntled; I can only speculate it was the first...
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Poppy Brasserie

If staying in the hotel, this is the only place besides room service, that you can get breakfast. The advantage is that it opens very early, so if you want to get a head start on the day, this is...
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Glacier Saloon

If you are quickly emptying your pockets on your deluxe suite at the Chateau Lake Louise, and need a more budget-minded place to eat for dinner, or as was in our case, are stuck in the hotel during a...
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The Post Hotel

The Post Hotel dining room is well-known for it's impeccable service and outstanding food. It was voted by Gourmet magazine as third best rustic retreat in the world. We make it a point to eat here...
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Outpost Pub

The Outpost Pub is located in the basement of the upscale Post Hotel, which was voted as one of the top 10 North American Hotels in 2004 by Travel and Leisure Magazine.It is the perfect place to eat...
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Lake Agnes Teahouse

The menu is not big (sandwiches, teas, coffee, hot chocolate) but it's the perfect location for a short rest. Located on the shores of the lake and surrounded by mountains, it makes for fantastic...
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Top Hotels in Lake Louise

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200 PIPESTONE ROAD, Lake Louise, AB T0L1E0
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111 Lake Louise Drive
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101 Village Road, Lake Louise, Alberta, T0L 1E0, Canada
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210 VILLAGE ROAD, Lake Louise, AB T0L1E0
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109 LAKE LOUISE DRIVE, Lake Louise, AB T0L1E0
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Icefields Pwy (Hwy 93N), Mailbag 333, Lake Louise, TOL 1EO, Canada
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Top Things to Do in Lake Louise

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Lake Louise./Fairmont Chateau

Lake Louise is a glacial lake situated in Banff National Park. The lake is named after Princess Louise Caroline Alberta (1848-1939) who was related to Queen Victoria and the wife of Canada's Govenor...
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Hiking /Trails/horseback trails

Plain of Six Glaciers Tea House and/or Lake Agnes Tea House hikes. Lake Agnes Tea House can be accessed from the Plain of Six Glaciers hike via the Highline connector. Plain of 6 Glaciers is about...
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Mountains /Glaciers

Sunshine Village has the most trails in the Banff/Lake Louise area. About a 40 miunte drive from Lake Louise and a 20 minute drive from Banff. I skiied here two days, enough trails for everybody with...
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Lake Agnes

This picture is lake Agnes from the top of Big Beehive.. you can see the slope that you have to hike to get there...and in fact i wanted to doit but it was impossible... the steep trail was totally...
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madamx

"THE JEWEL OF THE ROCKIES"
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Waalewiener

"Lake Louise a famous lake in Canadian Rockies."
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GentleSpirit

"Lake Louise!"
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adventerrtravel22

"Skiing on the white fluffy clouds of heaven"
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DPando

"Lake Louise, my best adventure time"
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