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Guided Walks

Choose from three excellent guided hikes as our professional interpreters lead you through the stunning surrounding environment.

Please note that access to a guided hike requires both the purchase of a Gondola Ticket and the cost of the individual hike as listed below. To reserve, email Summer.Interp@skilouise.com, call 403-522-1319 or visit the Wildlife Interpretive Centre.

Trail of the Great Bear (45 minutes)

A 45 minute easy, guided informational walk that addresses a question most of us have here in bear country, “What should I do if I see a bear?” You’ll learn about bear behavior and how to stay safe.

  • Dates: Everyday.
  • Time: On the hour from 9:00am to 5:00pm.
  • Group Size: 3 to 12.
  • Cost: $5.71 (Free for children under 5).
Trail of Ice and Fire (2 hours)

Take in the spectacular views from the upper mountain and witness the evidence of ice and fire that shaped the landscape over thousands of years. A two hour moderate hike with an interpretive guide will ignite your imagination as to how this landscape would have looked during the last Ice Age.

  • Dates: Every Friday to Monday starting September 5.
  • Time: 11:00am and 2:00pm.
  • Group Size: 3 to 12.
  • Cost: $14.29 (Free for children under 5).
Trail of the Larches (3.5 hours)

Lake Louise is famous for its Larch trees. Experience the picturesque colors of fall and learn about the survival strategies of the larches in the harsh alpine environment. A three-and-a-half hour moderate hike with an interpretive guide that will reveal the mysteries of the larches and the stunning landscape of Lake Louise.

  • Dates: Every Saturday and Sunday from September 5 to September 27.
  • Time: 11:30am.
  • Group Size: 3 to 12.
  • Cost: $19.05 (Free for children under 5).
Please Note:

Rates shown above do not include tax (5%GST). Pricing subject to change without notice. Dates/times are subject to change as the conditions of hiking trails are weather dependant. Walks are based on a first come first served basis. A minimum of 3 people are required per walk, up to a maximum of 14. Due to the natural grade of the mountain trails, all participants of guided walks should be of moderate fitness ability and are encouraged to wear proper walking footwear. Please wear proper footwear and dress for all weather conditions. We recommend bringing sunglasses, water, snacks, jacket and a camera.

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