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Lake Louise & Yoho N.P & Moraine Lake 1-Day Tour from Calgary or Banff
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Lake Louise & Yoho N.P & Moraine Lake 1-Day Tour from Calgary or Banff

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Skirt the slopes of the Continental Divide as you explore Yoho National Park and beyond with an experienced local guide. Spend time meandering along the shores of Moraine Lake's opalescent waters and examine the natural span of a river-carved bridge created over thousands of years. <br><br>From a central meeting location in Calgary, ride out of town with your guide as you head toward the evergreen forest and granite peaks of Yoho National Park. Look for moose, bear, and elk that call this stunning landscape home, and make a stop at Lake Louise to snap photos of its turquoise waters, just steps away from Banff's charming downtown.<br><br>Find out how railway engineers overcame the Continental Divide's steep terrain with a visit to the serpentine Sprial Tunnels, see where the Kicking Horse River punched through rock to create a natural bridge, and fill your camera with postcard-worthy shots of Moraine Lake's brilliant color before you return to your ride and catch a lift back to Calgary.
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CWT wrote a review Yesterday
Ottawa, Canada288 contributions120 helpful votes
We arrived at 9:45 on the first monday in October and there were still spots left in the main lot (although they were filling up quickly). The trail is well marked. We hiked to the Lake Agnes Teahouse first. From there we went up to the Little Beehive and then retraced our steps to the Teahouse. We had a quick lunch before hiking up the Big Beehive trail. There was a short section where it switchbacks up that I found a bit uncomfortable not being the best with heights but it would likely not bother most people. We returned by the trail through the forest that joins up with the Highline trail. This takes you back to Mirror Lake. I think this route was longer than if we had gone back to the Teahouse and down from there but I preferred that to doing the switchbacks back down. Loved the views at Lake Agnes and from the tops of both beehives!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Terry B wrote a review Oct 10
Toronto, Canada50 contributions8 helpful votes
A popular hike from Lake Louise with a moderately challenging ascent up the switchbacks but with plenty of treats along the way like Mirror Lake and a little waterfall. Lake Agnes itself is enchanting and the cute little teahouse there is a great opportunity to replenish all the carbs you burned on the way up. I was there in late September when the larches are yellow, which made the scenery even more spectacular, especially as reflected on the surface of the lake. If the crowds are too much make a little side trip to either, or both, of the ‘beehives’, which few people seem to do, and offer great views and the chance for quiet contemplation.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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buttercup1211 wrote a review Oct 6
Winnipeg, Canada1,571 contributions243 helpful votes
It was a tough climb but so worth it. The lake was so serene and you could different perspectives of it by walking around it. I liked the little tea house but didn’t get to go in because it was full. We left the trailhead at around noon and got here shortly after 2pm, but we are extremely slow hikers and we take a lot of time resting and taking photos. Mirror Lake enroute to here is where we spent some time resting before climbing again. The trail is rated easy to moderate, but it’s more of a moderate to hard I think if you are just in average shape.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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KikiinCanada wrote a review Sep 2020
LAKEFIELD31 contributions38 helpful votes
Is it worth it ? Yes BUT BUT BUT take your time going up ... it IS NOT an easy trail. Yes it is flat and not stony BUT the elevation is strenuous for sure .... take your time It is not a race. Factor time into it all. It is an accomplishment when you get there. And nice scenes along way . Yes overcrowded but be friendly and enjoy.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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KimJoMo wrote a review Aug 2020
Edmonton, Canada63 contributions13 helpful votes
This hike took us first to Mirror Lake. There are some neat birds to see up there - Steller's Jay and a Clark's Nutcracker. Then just a little further on to Lake Agnes and the tea house. The tea house is pricey but provided some motivation for our kids to keep hiking. There are outhouses there. From the tea house we hiked Little Beehive. That was the best part of the hike. From there you can see three lakes all at once (Lake Louise, Mirror Lake, and Lake Agnes).
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Date of experience: July 2020
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