Visiting Lake Louise 

Visiting Lake Louise provides the rare opportunity to explore one of North America’s untouched natural gems. Lake Louise offers visitors the opportunity to visit one of Canada’s most beautiful National parks while also supplying ski lovers with what is arguably the best powder in the world. Attractions include the Banff National Park, The Canadian Rockies, The Sunshine ski resort and the actual lake itself, Lake Louise. Also within Banff National Park lies Moraine lake, a crystal clear glacial-fed lake which is imprinted in the memory of Canadians as the photo on the back of the old twenty-dollar-bill. 

Lake Louise Hotel

Visiting Lake Louise provides the opportunity to enjoy the finer points of the Canadian Rockies. Wildlife tours offer tourists the possibility of observing grizzly bears, deer and elk in their natural habitat. There is also ample opportunity for bird watching and plenty of time to simply indulge in the largely untouched scenery of the Rockies. 

Banff Springs Hotel and Resort 

If luxury resorts is what one is looking for than look no further than the world-renown Banff springs Hotel. With over a hundred years of excellence under its belt the Banff Springs Hotel offers what few other resorts can claim, a continual standard of excellence which has evolved in order to better serve its clientele. The Hotel was the Brainchild of William Cornelius Van Horne who hired Bruce Price and together in 1887 they meshed their talent and raw ambition in order to create the Banff Springs Hotel. The hotel was later to boasts guests such as Helen Keller, King Henry VI, Queen Elizabeth and Benny Goodman. As the Years Past the Hotel was to constantly upgrade its facilities and add a golf course to its list of amenities. To this day The Banff Springs Hotel remains a classical charming way to indulge in the austere beauty of the Canadian Rockies. 

Lake Louise Ski Resorts 

Visiting Lake Louise also gives tourists the ability to explore Sunshine which consists of three ski resorts; Norquay, Lake Louise, and Sunshine village. These three resorts combine to make Canada’s largest ski destination. They offer the perfect blend of breathtaking scenery and local hospitality while offering over 270 trails on a single pass! Mt Norquay is literally a hop, skip and a jump away from Banff and offers 28 runs while also being the only resort of the three with night skiing. Lake Louise spans four mountain faces and offers skiers of all levels countless runs. Sunshine is Canada’s highest elevated ski resort and boasts some of the best powder on the planet. These three resorts have something to offer for all types of travelers and make visiting Lake Louise a must for anyone.

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