3. Moraine Lake

Moraine Lake in Banff National Park

Moraine Lake sits at 1,885 meters and is 14 kilometres southeast of Lake Louise. The lake’s
brilliant blue colour can be attributed to its glacier waters full of rock flour (fine particles of rock)
that refracts the light. The alpine lake is a wild turquoise blue fed by glacier melt and set with a
backdrop of the Ten Peaks.

Departure Times

9:00am | 10:00am | 11:00am | 12:00am | 1:00pm | 2:00pm | 3:00pm | 4:00pm | 5:00pm
Scheduled stops are approximate and may vary as much as 15 minutes depending on driving conditions.

2. Lake Louise

Lake Louise in Alberta, Canada

Lake Louise is the crown jewel of Banff National Park and has been drawing visitors to the Canadian Rockies for over a century. The lake is flanked by large mountains and has a spectacular backdrop, with Mount Victoria topped by a massive glacier. Lake Louise is an image that will last with you for a lifetime. After taking in the spectacular scenery, go for a hike, climb, mountain tea or majestic canoe ride.

Departure Times

09:00 | 11:15 | 13:30 | 16:00 | 18:15
Scheduled stops are approximate and may vary as much as 15 minutes depending on driving conditions.

1. Lake Louise Ski Resort

Lake Louise Ski Resort

There is arguably no resort in the world with a better view than the Lake Louise Ski Resort. Just like the mountains, options for summer activities are enormous. Whether it’s a ride on the gondola, bear watching, hiking, taking in the views or eating at the mid-mountain bistro, there’s something for everyone.

Departure Times

09:00 | 11:15 | 13:30 | 16:00 | 18:15
Scheduled stops are approximate and may vary as much as 15 minutes depending on driving conditions.