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Banff/Canmore: Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, & Johnston Canyon

1. Banff/Canmore: Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, & Johnston Canyon

Experience a full-day group tour of Banff National Park’s most iconic lakes, including Lake Louise and Moraine Lake, from Banff or Canmore. Embark on the best hiking trail at Johnston Canyon, and explore the highlights of a Banff hidden Gem and Banff town. After heading to the meeting point in Banff or Canmore, meet your local guide and board your air-conditioned van for the day. Drive toward Lake Louise, and enjoy a perfect photo opportunity by the pristine shores of the glacial lake. Continue to Moraine Lake and take in spectacular views of the scenic lake surrounded by mountains. From October 15–May 31, Moraine Lake will be replaced by Lake Minnewanka, another scenic spot. Next, hike a trail at Johnston Canyon to discover the area's picturesque waterfalls (Ice walk with free rental of crampons in winter). Finish the tour by immersing yourself in the charm of a hidden gem and Banff Avenue before getting dropped off at your original starting point.

Banff National Park: Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus Day-Pass

2. Banff National Park: Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus Day-Pass

Maximize your time in Banff National Park with this Hop-On-Hop-Off style tour and see all the main sights at your own pace. The stops include Johnston Canyon, Moraine Lake, Lake Louise, and the Lake Louise Gondola (admission is not included). There are 2 departures from Banff, so you can start early and see everything, or sleep in and enjoy a tour along the famous Bow Valley Parkway to Moraine Lake before your return to Banff. • Stop 1 - Banff - The tour departs at 07:45 AM and 9:30 AM • Stop 2 - Johnston Canyon - Hop off here to hike up to the beautiful Upper and Lower Falls or even go all the way up to the famous Ink Pots • Stop 3 - Lake Louise Gondola - Soar by gondola or chairlift to the most stunning views on the Lake Louise Gondola • Stop 4 & Stop 5 - Lake Louise - Make sure to hop-off here to enjoy Lake Louise and all that it has to offer. Check out Lake Agnes Teahouse and the breathtaking Plain of Six Glaciers • Stop 6 - Moraine Lake - the most stunning lake in the Rockies. Experience the absolutely breathtaking Valley of the Ten Peaks that surround the lake.  On your way back to Banff open the windows and watch for wildlife along the famous Bow Valley Parkway. Grizzly bears, black bears, elk, bighorn sheep have all been spotted here. Your bus will stop for photos at any sighting. Enjoy your tour on the original yellow school bus style with a professional driver and a tour guide. All the buses all guaranteed to be 5 years old or newer. Guides on board each bus will help you plan your day on a 1 on 1 basis and give you a personalized itinerary that matches what you want to do. They also have extensive knowledge of nearly everything you would ever want to know about Banff and can help you with hiking suggestions, or even just great places to eat.

Calgary: Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, and Johnston Canyon Tour

3. Calgary: Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, and Johnston Canyon Tour

Experience a full-day group tour of Banff National Park’s most iconic lakes, including Lake Louise and Moraine Lake from Calgary. Embark on the best hiking trail at Johnston Canyon Ice walk with free rental of crampons in winter), and explore the highlights of a hidden gem and Banff town. Meet your local guide in Calgary and board your air-conditioned van for the day. Drive toward Lake Louise, and enjoy a perfect photo opportunity by the pristine shores of the glacial lake. Continue to Moraine Lake and take in spectacular views of the scenic lake surrounded by mountains. From October 15–May 31, Moraine Lake will be replaced by Lake Minnewanka, another scenic spot. Next, hike a trail at Johnston Canyon to discover the area's picturesque waterfalls. Finish the tour by immersing yourself in the charm of a hidden gem and Banff Avenue before getting dropped off back in Calgary.

Banff/Canmore: Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, & Emerald Lake

4. Banff/Canmore: Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, & Emerald Lake

Meet your guide at the designated meeting point in Banff or Canmore and begin your tour. Discover the iconic beauty of Lake Louise and Moraine Lake (replaced by Marble Canyon in Kootenay, a breathtaking natural wonder from Oct 15 - May 31), each offering breathtaking scenery. After this, we will have a lunch stop at the Lake Louise Village or Lake Louise Ski Resort. Then, visit Yoho National Park, admire to spectacular Emerald Lake, and marvel at the Natural Bridge, a stunning geological wonder. Get dropped off back at your pickup point in Banff or Canmore at the end of your tour.

Calgary: Moraine, Louise, Emerald Lakes Banff Yoho Day Trip

5. Calgary: Moraine, Louise, Emerald Lakes Banff Yoho Day Trip

Start with pickup from a centrally-located meeting point in Calgary. Hop on board an air-conditioned vehicle and soak up breathtaking views of the Canadian wilderness. Keep an eye out for local wildlife like black bears and deer along the way. Head to the turquoise lakes of Lake Louise & Moraine Lake ( replaced by Marble Canyon in Kootenay National Park from Oct 15 - May 31). Travel to Yoho National Park of Emerald Lake, which offers spectacular scenery. And natural Bridge where you can capture pictures of this erosion-shaped rock formation that spans the Kicking Horse River. Relax in this serene and picturesque setting. Return to your meeting point with unforgettable memories of the Canadian Rockies.

Lake Louise & Moraine Self-Guided Driving Audio Tour

6. Lake Louise & Moraine Self-Guided Driving Audio Tour

Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app, which will function as your personal tour guide, audio tour, and map. Purchase one tour per car, not per person. Everyone listens together! Once downloaded, your tour begins outside the Lake Louise Ski Resort. Here, you’ll board a shuttle and head to Lake Louise (so you won’t have to worry about dealing with parking)! Dive deep into the enchanting landscapes and profound history of Lake Louise and its surroundings. Take a stroll around the lake or embark on a more challenging hike to a hidden tea house! Then ride another shuttle to Moraine Lake. Along the way, you’ll learn about the fascinating history of mountaineering in this amazing landscape, from early climbs to the bravery of Swiss mountain guides. Once you reach Moraine Lake, you’ll have the option to hike up to a stunning overlook that might just be the prettiest spot in all of Banff National Park. Next, you’ll ride the shuttle back to your car and continue the remainder of the tour in your own personal vehicle or rental. As you drive, you’ll delve into the story of the Stoney Nakoda people and their rich legacy in this land. Stop at Morant's Curve, a photographer's delight, before continuing alongside the serenity of the Bow River. After that, you’ll have the option to hike the gorgeous Castle Lookout Trail or continue on toward natural gems like Silverton Falls, Moose Meadows, and the ethereal beauty of Johnston Canyon. At last, you’ll be treated to panoramic views from the Vermilion Lakes Viewpoint, just outside the town of Banff. Your tour concludes here.

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Lake Louise Ski Resort: Our most recommended tours and activities

Banff/Canmore: Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, & Johnston Canyon

Banff/Canmore: Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, & Johnston Canyon

Experience a full-day group tour of Banff National Park’s most iconic lakes, including Lake Louise and Moraine Lake, from Banff or Canmore. Embark on the best hiking trail at Johnston Canyon, and explore the highlights of a Banff hidden Gem and Banff town. After heading to the meeting point in Banff or Canmore, meet your local guide and board your air-conditioned van for the day. Drive toward Lake Louise, and enjoy a perfect photo opportunity by the pristine shores of the glacial lake. Continue to Moraine Lake and take in spectacular views of the scenic lake surrounded by mountains. From October 15–May 31, Moraine Lake will be replaced by Lake Minnewanka, another scenic spot. Next, hike a trail at Johnston Canyon to discover the area's picturesque waterfalls (Ice walk with free rental of crampons in winter). Finish the tour by immersing yourself in the charm of a hidden gem and Banff Avenue before getting dropped off at your original starting point.

Banff National Park: Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus Day-Pass

Banff National Park: Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus Day-Pass

Maximize your time in Banff National Park with this Hop-On-Hop-Off style tour and see all the main sights at your own pace. The stops include Johnston Canyon, Moraine Lake, Lake Louise, and the Lake Louise Gondola (admission is not included). There are 2 departures from Banff, so you can start early and see everything, or sleep in and enjoy a tour along the famous Bow Valley Parkway to Moraine Lake before your return to Banff. • Stop 1 - Banff - The tour departs at 07:45 AM and 9:30 AM • Stop 2 - Johnston Canyon - Hop off here to hike up to the beautiful Upper and Lower Falls or even go all the way up to the famous Ink Pots • Stop 3 - Lake Louise Gondola - Soar by gondola or chairlift to the most stunning views on the Lake Louise Gondola • Stop 4 & Stop 5 - Lake Louise - Make sure to hop-off here to enjoy Lake Louise and all that it has to offer. Check out Lake Agnes Teahouse and the breathtaking Plain of Six Glaciers • Stop 6 - Moraine Lake - the most stunning lake in the Rockies. Experience the absolutely breathtaking Valley of the Ten Peaks that surround the lake.  On your way back to Banff open the windows and watch for wildlife along the famous Bow Valley Parkway. Grizzly bears, black bears, elk, bighorn sheep have all been spotted here. Your bus will stop for photos at any sighting. Enjoy your tour on the original yellow school bus style with a professional driver and a tour guide. All the buses all guaranteed to be 5 years old or newer. Guides on board each bus will help you plan your day on a 1 on 1 basis and give you a personalized itinerary that matches what you want to do. They also have extensive knowledge of nearly everything you would ever want to know about Banff and can help you with hiking suggestions, or even just great places to eat.

Calgary: Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, and Johnston Canyon Tour

Calgary: Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, and Johnston Canyon Tour

Experience a full-day group tour of Banff National Park’s most iconic lakes, including Lake Louise and Moraine Lake from Calgary. Embark on the best hiking trail at Johnston Canyon Ice walk with free rental of crampons in winter), and explore the highlights of a hidden gem and Banff town. Meet your local guide in Calgary and board your air-conditioned van for the day. Drive toward Lake Louise, and enjoy a perfect photo opportunity by the pristine shores of the glacial lake. Continue to Moraine Lake and take in spectacular views of the scenic lake surrounded by mountains. From October 15–May 31, Moraine Lake will be replaced by Lake Minnewanka, another scenic spot. Next, hike a trail at Johnston Canyon to discover the area's picturesque waterfalls. Finish the tour by immersing yourself in the charm of a hidden gem and Banff Avenue before getting dropped off back in Calgary.

Banff/Canmore: Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, & Emerald Lake

Banff/Canmore: Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, & Emerald Lake

Meet your guide at the designated meeting point in Banff or Canmore and begin your tour. Discover the iconic beauty of Lake Louise and Moraine Lake (replaced by Marble Canyon in Kootenay, a breathtaking natural wonder from Oct 15 - May 31), each offering breathtaking scenery. After this, we will have a lunch stop at the Lake Louise Village or Lake Louise Ski Resort. Then, visit Yoho National Park, admire to spectacular Emerald Lake, and marvel at the Natural Bridge, a stunning geological wonder. Get dropped off back at your pickup point in Banff or Canmore at the end of your tour.

Calgary: Moraine, Louise, Emerald Lakes Banff Yoho Day Trip

Calgary: Moraine, Louise, Emerald Lakes Banff Yoho Day Trip

Start with pickup from a centrally-located meeting point in Calgary. Hop on board an air-conditioned vehicle and soak up breathtaking views of the Canadian wilderness. Keep an eye out for local wildlife like black bears and deer along the way. Head to the turquoise lakes of Lake Louise & Moraine Lake ( replaced by Marble Canyon in Kootenay National Park from Oct 15 - May 31). Travel to Yoho National Park of Emerald Lake, which offers spectacular scenery. And natural Bridge where you can capture pictures of this erosion-shaped rock formation that spans the Kicking Horse River. Relax in this serene and picturesque setting. Return to your meeting point with unforgettable memories of the Canadian Rockies.

Lake Louise & Moraine Self-Guided Driving Audio Tour

Lake Louise & Moraine Self-Guided Driving Audio Tour

Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app, which will function as your personal tour guide, audio tour, and map. Purchase one tour per car, not per person. Everyone listens together! Once downloaded, your tour begins outside the Lake Louise Ski Resort. Here, you’ll board a shuttle and head to Lake Louise (so you won’t have to worry about dealing with parking)! Dive deep into the enchanting landscapes and profound history of Lake Louise and its surroundings. Take a stroll around the lake or embark on a more challenging hike to a hidden tea house! Then ride another shuttle to Moraine Lake. Along the way, you’ll learn about the fascinating history of mountaineering in this amazing landscape, from early climbs to the bravery of Swiss mountain guides. Once you reach Moraine Lake, you’ll have the option to hike up to a stunning overlook that might just be the prettiest spot in all of Banff National Park. Next, you’ll ride the shuttle back to your car and continue the remainder of the tour in your own personal vehicle or rental. As you drive, you’ll delve into the story of the Stoney Nakoda people and their rich legacy in this land. Stop at Morant's Curve, a photographer's delight, before continuing alongside the serenity of the Bow River. After that, you’ll have the option to hike the gorgeous Castle Lookout Trail or continue on toward natural gems like Silverton Falls, Moose Meadows, and the ethereal beauty of Johnston Canyon. At last, you’ll be treated to panoramic views from the Vermilion Lakes Viewpoint, just outside the town of Banff. Your tour concludes here.

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