After I visited Lake Louise, I was thrilled to tell you about everything about it.


Lake Louise is located in Alberta, Canada. Lake Louise is in a National Park, so you need to have a national park pass. Park passes cost $101.18 each, no matter what the age. The days and hours of operation are, Monday through Friday: 11:00 A.M- 5:00 P.M. Weekends are 10:30 A: M- 6:00 P.M.


You will have to park anywhere from the parking lot to the streets, it is free to park! Some people would ask “What should I wear?”. You should probably wear layers of clothing since Canada’s weather is mostly snowy or cold, Boots and gloves would be an acceptable choice as well. You should also bring a camera since there are many astonishing things at Lake Louise, and you should bring a water bottle.


Here are some places that you should know about in Lake Louise! Such as the Lake Louise ski resort, the resort has many trails to ski and snowboard! If you don’t know how to ski there are lessons available. You could also go dog sledding, dog sledding is located in the national park. Dog sledding takes about 20 minutes to do! Another thing to do is visiting Mount Norquay! Mount Norquay is also located in Banff national park (which is the national park I’ve been talking about). At Mount Norquay, you can go hiking which would take you about 1-3 hours. You could also go eat at the many lodges at Mount Norquay, but the food is pretty expensive. The last place you could visit is Moraine Lake! (I think that’s how you pronounce it). Moraine Lake is where you could do many activities. For example, you could go fishing, if the weather is right. You could also go kayaking,, if the weather is right. So it all depends if the weather is right.


In conclusion, Lake Louis would probably take 5 days depending on the activities you do and the amount you spend at those activities. Lake Louise is an amazing place with many amazing things to do!