Walking on a frozen Lake Louise, Alberta
One of the coolest (pun intended) things we did last year was visiting Banff and Lake Louise during the winter. It’s a four season destination but most of the tourist flow happens in the summer months, so it was a real treat to be in the Canadian Rockies in its “off season”.
A highlight from the trip was being able to walk to the middle of Lake Louise, surrounded by towering snow-capped peaks and forest covered in a blanket of fresh snow. Pure magic!
Check out these other wintery posts:
- VIDEO: Winter Fun at Winterstruck in Jasper, Alberta
- PHOTOS: Snowboarding at Lake Louise Ski Resort in Alberta
- Dog sledding to the Great Divide in the Canadian Rockies
- Winter in Banff: Our best anniversary to date
Have you visited the Canadian Rockies in the winter?
Share your experiences in the comments section below, we’d love to read about it!