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Lake Louise

Alberta

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Here's what Trippy members say about Lake Louise:

"You for sure need a car or other transportation to the hill- it's at least 20 minutes on the highway to Sunshine and more like 45 minutes to Lake Louise."  See More

"v Quebec City, Montreal, Nova Scotia,Prince Edward Island, Vancouver, Lake Louise, and Banff!"  See More

"I would also make it a point to leave the city and head to Banff, Canmore, or Lake Louise."  See More

"If you have a couple of days and a car, it's worth driving down to Canmore, Banff, Lake Louise, Moraine Lake."  See More

"Lake Louise is beautiful, but my favorite is Moraine Lake."  See More

"You certainly don't wanna miss Lake Louise."  See More

"I don't want to be too wordy so my suggestions for you to see and experience the best in a short time - do Johnston Canyon hike, visit Lake Louise where pretty much every tourist heading for Rockies goes (you still have an option to hike there to a tea house), hike Tunnel Mountain right outside of Banff which is very easy hike with an excellent view once you get to the top, and of course don't forget to visit Banff Radium Hot Springs where you can relax being surrounded by mountains."  See More

"I'll use Lake Louise as an example so there's a pin on the map."  See More

"In addition to the excellent suggestions listed in the answers below about things to do and see in the area, I also highly recommend visiting Banff Centre as well as Paradise Valley in the Lake Louise region."  See More

"In summer there is lots of hiking, with Lake Louise and Johnston Canyon being a couple of personal favourites."  See More

"The mountains and Banff and Lake Louise are an hour away to the west."  See More

"1) Moraine Lake I find it to be even more beautiful than Lake Louise [Google image has been attached to this answer."  See More

"Once there you can explore the Banff Hot Springs, check out the gorgeous Lake Louise and you're close to both Calgary and Edmonton for easy flights to Toronto."  See More

"There are direct flights from Amsterdam to Calgary which would probably be your cheapest option. Banff is about an hour west of Calgary after that. You'd want to then rent a car and you can easily do most of your travels by road trip as long as you have at least a couple of weeks. We live in a bedroom community just outside of Calgary and we absolutely love living in an area full of amazing nature to explore. We go to Banff often, it's definitely a must see. The town is cute with lots of shops and good restaurants and of course loads of nature to see. We love St James's Gate Irish Pub, Elk & Oarsman Restaurant & Pub or The Bison (pricier). The Grizzly House Restaurant is popular for their fondue and the table top searing hot granite stone grilling but it is pricey, dark, smelly and BUSY. Evelyn's Coffee is a local business that has become a chain and has pretty delicious baked goods. There are hikes that start from various points around town but it's probably easiest to check out he Parks Canada site and see what suits your skill level/interests ."  See More

"If you're going to Banff, you should continue to Lake Louise, the Upper Spiral Tunnel and Takakkaw Falls."  See More

"Alberta has several great areas for skiing and boarding in Banff, Lake Louise and Jasper."  See More

"A trip on my dream list is going from Red Mountain Resort , Revelstoke, Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, Golden, Lake Louise, and end up in Banff"  See More

"August and September are both excellent choices for a hiking trip to Banff and Lake Louise area."  See More

"You can take a shuttle bus to Lake Louise still if you want."  See More

"I would use your knowledge of Denver as a guideline for your trip to Banff and Lake Louise."  See More

"You can check out the wonderful Lake Louise, which is roughly an hour or so away, and there is also Moraine Lake, which is absolutely gorgeous."  See More

"I'd also suggest a visit to Moraine Lake (near Lake Louise) and a trip to the Columbia Ice Fields (2h30 minute drive)."  See More

"You should love the Banff National Park : I strongly recommend hiking to Lake Louise, to the site of the Hoodoos and a difficult one but clearly amazing is the Aylmer Pass."  See More








   
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