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Lake Louise is a village in Banff National Park , and Banff National Park, in turn, covers only part of the Canadian Rockies. Banff National Park is contiguous with Jasper, Yoho and Kootenay National Parks . Within half a day's drive, you also can reach Waterton Lakes National Park . Along the Trans-Canada Highway (Hwy 1) between Banff and Golden, BC, you can visit Glacier National Park and Mount Revelstoke National Park .
Then there are provincial parks just beyond the Rocky Mountain national parks, both in the British Columbia and Alberta. Popular provincial parks on the BC side of the mountains include Mount Robson Provincial Park and Wells Gray Provincial Park , both on the way from Jasper, Alberta to Kamloops, BC. A popular area in Alberta is Kananaskis Country , which is just to the southeast of Banff National Park.
Because much of the information that is applicable to Lake Louise also is applicable to those other areas, and much of the information pertaining to those other areas also applies to Lake Louise, you may find it useful to read the pages in the Inside Banff National Park section of TripAdvisor.
Since TripAdvisor's Inside Pages lack a section devoted to the Canadian Rockies, collectively, the Inside Banff National Park section effectively serves as the section on the Canadian Rockies.