Baker Creek Mountain Resort

Address: Bow Valley Parkway, Lake Louise, Banff National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, T0L 1E0, Canada | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on Bow Valley Parkway, Lake Louise, is near Bow Valley, Taylor Lake, and Rockbound Lake.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsBaker Creek Mountain Resort Lake Louise

      Reviewed by doug_walker_246

      For some peace and tranquility ...

      Reviewed Jul 17, 2014
      by (39 reviews) Penshurst, New South Wales, Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

      Great chalet about 15 minutes out of Lake Louise but worth the drive. Spacious cabin with gas fireplace and Jacuzzi in the main room! Pleasant balcony with forest / mountain views. Café / restaurant was great - especially the mussels! No TV and poor reception so very relaxing .... even had time for a jigsaw and cards! Staff were very friendly and attention to detail amazing .... only downside was no ironing board and plenty of mozzies!

      Anne being a goose
      Lake Louise, Canada
      Doug being a goose
      Lake Louise, Canada

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Baker Creek Mountain Resort Lake Louise

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Lake Louise

      Scenic wonderland ...

      A travel blog entry by doug_walker_246 on Jul 17, 2014

      23 photos

      Day 19 (Thursday): Leisurely brekkie before our (very) short drive to Lake Louise. Worth taking the Bow Valley Parkway as soon as you can (not well sign posted - take the Castle Mountain turnoff about 5km from Banff). Stumbled upon an eagle's nest (eerie) above the bridge between Highway 1 and Cradle Mountain which nobody else seemed to notice ... …

      Day 9 - Canada - Lake Louise

      A travel blog entry by whereisstevek on Mar 29, 2015

      38 photos

      ... Lake Louise, whichI would obviously look very different during the summer, but equally beautiful with a frozen lake and snow covered trees and mountains. Along the trail there were far too many photo opportunities. So I obviously made the most of them, especially when we arrived at each of the frozen waterfalls, the first of which had some ice climbers on it. The only wildlife I saw along the trail was a lone ...

      Rocky Mountaineer Day 1: Banff to Kamloops

      A travel blog entry by pattied on Sep 28, 2014

      3 comments, 36 photos

      ... recovered from his injuries to live on. We were told to watch for moose as we traveled through marsh areas surrounded by the mountains. Weighing in at 1,000 pound, moose have been known to easily lumber and maneuver around the marsh areas, for they can dive into as much as 20 feet of water. No sighting, however! Our question of the last week was answered today when we learned that the pine trees we've seen with their needles stripped are the handy work of the ...

      Lake Louise, an entry all to herself!

      A travel blog entry by sunshine.sal on Aug 22, 2014

      30 photos

      ... in the clouds of which we were now in to offer some photo opportunities of the glacier before it would vanish again like a petulant child. There was a further 1.5km walk to a viewing platform where a further Three glacial faces should be visible but we opted not to continue as the cloud was so dense and I for one was quite knackered! We took time out to take in the alpine meadow growing all around ...

      A Day around the Lake

      A travel blog entry by 5howarths on Aug 04, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... lesson involved learning that the first manager of the Lake itself was from Cornwall and came over in the 19th century. Hence one of the biggest peaks surrounding the Lake is called Mount St Piran (our Cornish Saint).

      The rest of the day we spent Mountie spotting (we bagged one!) and booking our Cable car trip for tomorrow. A further splash in the hotel pool this afternoon and a particularly gratifying game of hairy pairy fairy took ...

      Traveler Photos Baker Creek Mountain Resort Lake Louise

      Beside Baker Creek
      Banff, Canada
      Anne being a goose
      Lake Louise, Canada
      Doug being a goose
      Lake Louise, Canada