September 2011 - HI-Lake Louise Alpine Centre
September is for hiking what April is for skiing. Attentions have turned elsewhere. The kids are back in school, life has returned to the city and those frivolous days of hiking are done for another year. But for those in the know, September days are clear and crisp and there are no crowds. With so many secluded trails to explore in the Lake Louise area, don't miss the opportunity to hike through the golden larch trees, a stunning contrast to the mountains, evergreen valleys and turquoise-blue lakes.
Want to learn more about fall hiking in Lake Louise? Read more on our blog.
Check out our Lake Louise Photo Gallery for images of the magnificent colors of the larch trees.
Surrounded by majestic mountains, alpine meadows and glacier-fed lakes, HI-Lake Louise Alpine Centre is the destination of choice for budget conscious travellers who want to experience amazing wilderness activities and adventures. This unique mountain hostel is full of character and charm with vaulted ceilings, sunny outdoor patios, cozy fireplaces and a dry sauna. Bill Peyto's, our on-site licensed café, is a local favourite and is famous for its diverse menu, fair pricing and friendly service.