Lake Louise is beautiful and the hotel is gorgeous. The grounds are amazing and colourful, enjoy 😊 A nice walk maybe even a canoe ride a place for everyone to enjoy
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The lake is just beautiful. We were there last of May and part of the lake was still frozen and you could see the remnants of the Ice castle. This was my second time there and the lake is so amazing. Want to go back...More
Breathtakingly beautiful. Visited in late Spring which I think is the best time to go to Alberta & B.C. Couldn't ask for a more beautiful place. Canoe rides on the lake & even easy hiking. Just wonderful, can't wait to return.
What a beautiful Lake and surrounding area. If you go go early in the morning. This is one of the most popular visited areas. There is hiking trails and a little bit of something for everyone to do. The water is so beautiful. The hikes...More
This is a high mountain lake. I have been there in a Summer and Winter and it was breathtaking both times. In the Winter the hotel creates an ice rink on the Lake and you can skate or just watch the skaters with a hot...More
Very disappointed in this destination. Very crowded and nothing better than Moraine Lake. Finding parking is difficult and the parking staff doesnt keep check enough for open parking spaces and instead moves you along and out of the lot
While Lake Louise is gorgeous, the day we visited in July 2017 it was crowded both in parking lots, hiking trails, as well as on the water. I had a hard time enjoying the beauty due to the crowds.
You must see Lake Louise if you are in the Banff area! It is beautiful, but also very crowded. The crowd seemed to thin out some the farther you walked away from the parking lot and hotel.
Cute village and great information centre. They offer a free shuttle just outside the information centre to take you to the lake. It's a short wait and drive and is worth it despite the crowds. You'll just need patience to wait and capture pictures.
You just can't go to Banff and NOT see Lake Louise but I would encourage you to do more than just stand at the edge of the water taking photos. Get out there and explore! The hike is approximately 2.8 miles to Little Beehive. We...More