Lake Louise

Lake Louise is a beautiful mountain lake in the middle of Banff National Park in the Alberta Rockies region of Alberta, Canada. The lake is surrounded by snow-capped peaks, and at the far end is a large glacier. The lake is quite isolated, but provides a magnificent setting for a luxury resort, the Châteaux Lake Louise, and a conference wing on the ‘inland’ side of the hotel.

There is a very small town of the same name at the base of the mountain.

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The lake, a major tourist attraction, can be crowded during the day as coach tour groups arrive. Before 8AM, you can see the lake with few people around; at dawn, the light shines onto the back wall of the glacier lake. Just before dusk is also reasonably quiet.

  • 51.426146-116.1791441 Lake Louise Visitor Centre, 201 Village Road (near Sampson Mall Lake Louise), +1 403-522-3833, fax: +1 403-522-1212, e-mail: mailto:ll.info@pc.gc.ca. Jan 1-Apr 29: 9AM-4PM; Apr 30-Jun 21: 9AM-5PM; Jun 22-Sep 8: 9AM-8PM; Sep 9-15:very 9AM-7PM; Sep 16-22: 9AM-5PM; Sep 23-Apr 30: 9AM-4PM; closed Dec 25. 

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