BANFF & LAKE LOUISE: WHAT’S NEW FOR 2023

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Whether you want to challenge yourself with a new experience in the great outdoors, treat
your palate to delicious regional cuisine, or need some R&R in a spectacular mountain setting,
Banff and Lake Louise will captivate you with an array of brand-new eco-friendly adventure,
wellness, and culinary experiences.


ADVENTURE
• Juniper Express Chair at Lake Louise Ski Resort open for its first full season of operations
for winter 2022-23. Having opened in February 2022, the high-speed Juniper Express quad chairlift whisks
skiers and riders up the mountain to access five dedicated blue trails in as little as six
minutes. It provides the perfect area for beginner and low-intermediate skiers to practice
their skills and build confidence. The resort experience is further enhanced by in-bounds
terrain that was unveiled for the first time in 25 years in winter 2021/21. West Bowl is a
vast area capped by the summit of Whitehorn Mountain on the front face of the resort that
offers breathtaking views.


• Explore Banff on a guided fat bike tour  Banff National Park features some of Canada’s most scenic trails. Discover landscapes  blanketed in snow and hidden viewpoints with Bikescape, Banff’s only guided mountain biking/fat biking company. Guided tours are for all ages and abilities.

• Hike, scramble and rappel through a world of ice  Embark on a one-of-a-kind guided winter adventure through an icy oasis of frozen waterfalls and pools. The only company that operates these tours in Banff National Park and the surrounding area, Bow Valley Canyon Tours will assist, lead and lower you through  several incredible canyons. No previous experience required. Family-friendly and great for  beginner and outdoor enthusiasts.


• Visit the park’s most picturesque lakes on the Canadian Rockies Mountain Lake Tour Join Mountain Park Transportation for the only interpretive sightseeing tour in Banff  National Park that visits some of the most iconic lookouts and lakes in the area. From  classic Lake Louise, travel up the Icefields Parkway, where every winding curve fills the  windshield with a new view. Admire Hector Lake, Crowfoot glacier lookout and the historic  Num-Ti Jah Lodge at Bow Lake and come away with a deeper appreciation for the area after your half-day adventure.


• Cycle one of Canada’s most scenic roadways car-free  From May 1 – June 25 and September 1 – 30, adventure seekers can enjoy cycling the  scenic eastern 17-kilometre section of the Bow Valley Parkway, which will be closed to public vehicle traffic as part of a three-year pilot program. Connecting Banff and Lake  Louise and running parallel to the Trans-Canada highway, the Bow Valley Parkway offers  users spectacular mountain vistas and is renowned for wildlife sightings, particularly in the  morning and evening. Rent a bike from one of Banff and Lake Louise’s many retailers or  join a tour for a more fulsome experience.

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