Lake Louise Contact Info

Call for reservations (403) 522‑3791

P.O. Box 209,
210 Village Road,
Lake Louise, Alberta,
Canada T0L 1E0

Toll Free: 1-800-661-9237 (Canada & USA Only)
Fax: (403) 522-2018

info@lakelouiseinn.com

Summer Transportation

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EASY TO FIND, EASY TO ENJOY!

The Lake Louise Inn is located in Banff National Park, approximately 185 kms northwest of Calgary and 58 kms northwest of Banff, Alberta on the Trans-Canada Highway #1. Look out for wildlife along the way!

From the the Lake Louise exit off Highway 1, turn right at the four way stop at the intersection with Village Road. Lake Louise Inn is located on the right, past the second bridge, at 210 Village Road. Please note that the Government of Canada will charge you a fee to enter Banff National Park. For details about current tariffs, visit here.

DETAILED DIRECTIONS

From Banff Townsite

Take the Norquay or Lake Minnewanka on-ramps to Highway 1 Westbound. Drive approximately 40 minutes and take the Lake Louise exit. From the exit, take a left at the stop sign onto Whitehorn Road. This will bring you to a four way stop and the intersection with Village Road. Take a right and drive across two small bridges. The Inn is located at 210 Village Road, past the second bridge on your right.

From Golden

Drive eastbound on Highway 1 for 79 km and take the Lake Louise exit. Take a right at the first stop sign and this will bring you to a four way stop and the intersection with Village Road. Take a right and drive across two small bridges. The Inn is located at 210 Village Road, past the second bridge on your right.

From Calgary Airport

Take Barlow Trail Northeast from the airport (take a left). Take a left again on 96th Ave Northeast and a left again on Highway 2 South. Take Exit 258 to merge onto 16 Ave Northeast-Highway 1 West (16th Ave will become Highway 1). Drive westbound on Highway 1 to the Lake Louise turn-off. From the turn-off, take a left at the stop sign onto Whitehorn Road. This will bring you to a four way stop and the intersection with Village Road. Take a right and drive across two small bridges. The Inn is located at 210 Village Road, past the second bridge on your right.

From Jasper

Take Highway 93 southbound (also called the Icefields Parkway). After a 227 km drive, the Icefields Parkway meets with Highway 1. Take the Highway 1 Eastbound exit. Drive 2km and take Lake Louise exit. Take a right at first stop sign and this will bring you to a four way stop and the intersection with Village Road. Take a right and drive across two small bridges. The Inn is located at 210 Village Road, past the second bridge on your right.

From Radium Hot Springs


Take Highway 93 northbound. This highway will connect to Highway 1 at Castle Mountain Junction. Take Highway 1 Westbound. Drive for 26 km to the Lake Louise turn-off. From the turn-off, take a left at the stop sign onto Whitehorn Road. This will bring you to a four way stop and the intersection with Village Road. Take a right and drive across two small bridges. The Inn is located at 210 Village Road, past the second bridge on your right.

Summer Transportation

Moraine Lake Shuttle

New for 2019, from May 24 to October 14, daily shuttles will now be available from the Lake Louise lakeshore to Moraine Lake departing every 20 minutes from 8:40 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. with shuttles returning to the Lake Louise Park and Ride. Tickets for the Moraine Lake Shuttle are available at the Lake Louise lakeshore. Fares: Adult: $6, Senior (over 65): $3, Youth (under 18): $3, Child (under 6): Free.

Early Bird Shuttle to Moraine Lake

From June 24 until September 29, Parks Canada will offer daily morning shuttles from the Lake Louise Park and Ride to Moraine Lake every 30 minutes starting at 6:00 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. for visitors wanting to get an early start to their day. Tickets for the Early Bird Shuttle will be available at the Lake Louise Park and Ride. Fares: Adult: $8, Senior (over 65): $4, Youth (under 18): $4, Child (under 6): Free.

Village and Campground Shuttle

Visitors can now park their car or camper at their campsite and ride a free daily shuttle between the Lake Louise Park and Ride, Lake Louise Village and Lake Louise Campground. Shuttles leave the Park and Ride every 15 minutes from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Fare: free.

Lake Louise Park and Ride

The Lake Louise Overflow Parking Area (5.5 km east of Lake Louise on Highway 1) will be known as the Lake Louise Park and Ride and will help visitors to Banff National Park easily access the Lake Louise area. Overflow camping will still be available.

Tickets for the Early Bird and Lake Louise shuttles will be for sale at the Park and Ride. Tickets may only be purchased by credit or debit. Cash will not be accepted on-site.
 

Continued Transit Services

Roam Transit Route 8X, 8s, and 9

New in 2019, Roam Transit will offer daily express service between Banff Townsite and Lake Louise via Highway 1 and a scenic summer service via the Bow Valley Parkway with stops at Johnston Canyon, Castle Mountain and Baker Creek. A direct daily summer service between Banff and Johnston Canyon will also be provided via the Bow Valley Parkway. For more information on Roam Transit, schedules and fares visit roamtransit.com.

Lake Louise Lakeshore

May 17 to October 14, Parks Canada is pleased to continue to offer shuttles to the Lake Louise Lakeshore departing every 15 minutes from 8 am to 4:30 pm from the Lake Louise Park and Ride. Tickets for the Lake Louise Shuttle will be available at the Lake Louise Park and Ride. Fares: Adult: $4, Senior (over 65): $2, Youth (under 18): $2, Child (under 6): Free.

Town of Banff regional Roam Transit Routes 1, 2, 4 and 6

Roam operates numerous routes to many top attractions in the park, including Lake Minnewanka, Johnson Lake, Tunnel Mountain, Banff Park Museum National Historic Site, Cave and Basin National Historic Site and Sulphur Mountain.

More Info

pc.gc.ca/banff-transit
www.roamtransit.com
www.explorethepark.ca