Cameron has been featured as a travel expert with numerous publications worldwide and has spoken on several occasions about the power of travel. He has a passion for all things in the Canadian Rockies and loves to spend his time snowboarding, scrambling, camping, biking, and trail running. You can learn more on the about us page.

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  1. Hey guys,

    I’ve been soaking up everything this blog has to offer for the past couple days as I plan a couples trip to Lake Louise. 2 questions that I was hoping you could help me with (will likely have more in the future): 1. Are any of these shuttle options going to take me from Calgary to Lake Louise in March? Looks like Brewster Express is the only explicit option, but sounds like it’s seasonable. 2. Unrelated, but interested in your opinion of beginner/novice ski opportunities around Lake Louise in March. Thank you for such amazing content!

    1. Hey Dan,

      Glad you’ve enjoyed it! Yes, Brewster is the only option in the winter. You could theoretically take the Banff Airporter to Banff and then the public bus to Lake Louise, but that could be a bit of a pain. If you’re looking to ski, you can always stay in Banff and take the free shuttle bus daily that the ski resort operates. We think all of the resorts in Banff are great for beginners as they have beautiful views and plenty of beginner runs.

      Hope you have a fantastic trip!