Love is in the air at Lake Louise

Valentine’s Day means many different things to different people.  For some, the day is often celebrated with heart-shaped cards, thoughtful gifts or posting romantic couple pics on Instagram.  If you’re looking to think outside the box of chocolates, we have some fun AND romantic things to do to make your Valentine’s Day absolutely unforgettable!

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Let it Snow

It’s more than officially winter and our Canadian Rockies have been declared a winter wonderland play zone! While we’re known for world-class skiing, all things snowfrom our vibrant winter festivals to our cozy apres-ski culture—is bound to please even the pickiest chionophile.*

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Experience the Magic of Christmas

Lake Louise is filled with timeless traditions and inspired festivities during the holiday season.  The Canadian Rockies are Instagram picture perfect; the entire region is blanketed with a breathtaking cover of white snow and the air is crisp and clear.  How lucky we are to be able to experience the magic of this special season. The festive feel fills each corner of Louise Inn with decorated trees, lights, wreaths and more as we anxiously await a visit from Santa himself.

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Winter Wonderland

Winter in the Canadian Rockies is all about outdoor adventures for snow sport lovers! Fun facts: Banff National Park is Canada’s oldest national park, established in 1885 and welcomes an average of four million visitors every year. Lake Louise has something for everyone, including:

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Castle Mountain (Siksika: Miistukskoowa) is a mountain located within Banff National Park in the Canadian Rockies, approximately halfway between Banff and Lake Louise.

Reflections of the Seasons in Lake Louise

“I felt my lungs inflate with the onrush of scenery—air, mountains, trees, people. I thought, “This is what it is to be happy.” — Sylvia Plath

From New Year’s resolutions and spring break fever to summer vacation vibes and Thanksgiving holiday traditions – life comes and goes as quickly as the seasons. So today we pause, taking time to be thankful for the surroundings we live in, celebrating the beauty of nature and our wonderous animal neighbours who also call Lake Louise home. We celebrate the majestic Canadian Rocky Mountains that are our backdrop, our much-loved––and photographed–lake and the flora and fauna that make our region so extraordinary. More Info…