Baker Creek Mountain Resort is located on the Bow Valley Parkway, 15 minutes from the village of Lake Louise and approximately 45 minutes from downtown Banff, in the heart of Banff National Park, Canada’s first National Park. You must purchase a Park Pass to enter Banff National Park. This can be done at the Park Gates, at the Information Centre in downtown Banff, or if you prefer to purchase your park pass online please CLICK BELOW


From the Hamlet of Lake Louise head towards the Lake Louise Ski Resort, crossing over the TransCanada Highway. Shortly after the TransCanada overpass you will see the turn for the Bow Valley Parkway on your right hand side.

From Banff head west towards Lake Louise – if you prefer to take the slower scenic route, watch for the exit for the Bow Valley Parkway (please note, this eastern section has been closed to vehicle traffic since the onset of Covid). If you prefer to travel at a faster pace, stay on the TransCanada Highway to the turn-off for Highway 93 and Castle Mountain Junction. Turn to your right at the overpass and follow the road over the bridge and the railway tracks for about 1km, here it intersects with the Bow Valley Parkway where you turn left. Baker Creek is 14km west and on the left.

The Bow Valley Parkway is a beautiful scenic drive. In the winter it is important to have proper (winter) tires on your vehicle as it is ‘the road less traveled’. In the summer months there are several cyclists on the road as well as wildlife so it is very important that drivers concentrate on the road and be mindful of the posted speed limit of 60 km per hour.


As Baker Creek Mountain Resort is off the beaten track, there is no scheduled transportation to the resort. If you are flying we recommend booking a car rental at the airport you are arriving at. If you are travelling from the United States double check with your insurance company that your regular car insurance covers rental vehicles in Canada.

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