Located in the heart of the magnificent Canadian Rockies, the Lake Louise Ski Resort has a legendary 4,200 skiable acres of world-class terrain, and famous friendly hospitality, that speaks for itself. The unique layout with beginner, intermediate and expert runs from every chair allows families and groups of varying abilities to share the experience together. There are endless chutes, glades and gullies, gentle slopes, cruising runs, remote bowls and some of the most challenging terrain in the Rockies. Renowned dining options included a sushi restaurant a gourmet meals. Non-ski activities include the Winter Sightseeing Gondola, snowshoeing, snow tubing, and events.
Experience an adventure onboard the Rocky Mountaineer. Explore the mountain towns of Banff and Lake Louise, visit the awe-inspiring Columbia Icefields, enjoy a full day tour along one of the most scenic highways in the world and take a helicopter tour through the soaring peaks of the Canadian Rockies.
Testify to the supreme majesty of Western Canada by road and rail.
Take in the best of the Rockies and BC's interior on this discovery style journey, including a sightseeing tour of Banff, an exploration of the Athabasca Glacier, a full day tour between Jasper and Lake Louise, and an overnight journey on board VIA Rail.
Experience the thrill of a dog sledding tour in Lake Louise, Banff National Park. This small, personable company offers guided trips in the heart of the Canadian Rockies. Tours range from one and a half hours in length to short 30-minute introductory trips.
Timberline Tours offers trail rides, day trips and overnight horseback riding adventures in the breathtaking Canadian Rockies. Whether you choose a scenic ride in Lake Louise, a three-hour ride to the historic Lake Agnes Teahouse or venture further to explore the Plain of Six Glaciers and beyond, you'll enjoy spectacular mountain views and expert instruction.
The Columbia Icefield Glacier Adventure™ reveals the most unique attraction in the Canadian Rockies. Massive Brewster Ice Explorers, specially designed for glacial travel, take passengers on a remarkable excursion onto the surface of the Athabasca Glacier.