Here’s how Calgarians can get to the Rocky Mountains this summer

May 22 2019, 9:12 pm

If you’re looking for a way to travel to the Rocky Mountains and experience the stunning views of majestic mountains and blue waters, a number of new transit routes have made this a whole lot easier.

Stunning locations across Alberta, including their recently opened national parks, have a number of transit and shuttle initiatives, including routes to help visitors and locals alike get to Banff, Moraine Lake, and a new route to Lake Louise.

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The new Lake Louise shuttle departs daily from downtown Banff and the Banff Train Station, and travels directly to Lake Louise’s lakefront for $8 each way per adult.

The new route available from the Lake Louise lakeshore to Moraine Lake starts on May 24.

Another way to get from Calgary to the Rocky Mountains is with the Lake O’Hara shuttle, which offers iconic views of the Rockies and the beautiful blue lake.

On-It Regional Transit is also bringing their Banff program back this summer to give Calgarians an alternate mode of transportation to the mountains on weekends and holidays.

Leave the car behind, relax and enjoy the incredible views before starting your adventure in Alberta’s great outdoors.

More information on getting around Banff National Park can be found here.

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