What to Do in Lake Louise

Blogger Mary Krosnjar wearing Women's Boiler Suit Coveralls and Levi's oversized Denim jacketHappy Monday friends! Lake Louise was likely one of my favorite parts of our entire Canadian trip – the colors of the water at Lake Louise, Banff and Moraine Lake we just mesmerizing! It truly inspires you to spend all your time outside during your stay! While Lake Louise, the town itself is small, there is so much to do on the hotel property. Today I’m sharing what to do in Lake Louise and how this olive green jumpsuit is under $30 and something everyone needs in their wardrobe stat!

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Blogger Mary Krosnjar wearing Women's Boiler Suit Coveralls and Mango Net Bag
Blogger Mary Krosnjar Women's Boiler Suit Coveralls and Sole Society Espadrilles

WHY I LOVE THIS LOOK:

Olive Jumpsuit (similar here and here) // As we approach Fall I’m starting to slowly becoming drawn to all those Fall hues we love each season – this jumpsuit is no exception! The color is just gorgeous! It’s another fantastic Target find from their A New Day collection! Right now it is sold out, BUT it will come back in stock so keep checking!

Mango Net Bag // OK! This bag is back in stock!!! YAY! It’s a great alternative to the $300 Staub version!

Levi’s Boyfriend Denim Jacket // Love this denim jacket! It was perfect for the trip and easy to throw over any look!

Sole Society Espadrilles // If you are in need of a great summer / fall shoe, these espadrilles pair will with just about any look! I love wearing them with jeans, shorts, dresses and love how they compliment the jumpsuit!

Where To Stay 

We stayed at the famous Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise in Lake Louise – if you truly want the experience and the views, this is the place to stay. Our room opened up to this view and it was breathtaking! Since the town of Lake Louise itself is really small, like one strip mall, this is the best option since you’d spend most of your time here if you traveled to this area. They are SO MANY restaurants that you won’t go hungry or bored of the cuisine. I’d recommend the fondu – it was so much fun!! 

Blogger Mary Krosnjar wearing Women's Boiler Suit Coveralls and Net Bag
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What to do in Lake Louise

There are so many fun activities that the hotel offers just on the property so you really don’t need to go anywhere else! On our first day at the hotel we took the 5 mile hike up to the top of the mountain for 1) the incredible views and 2) for a cup of tea. YES! There is the most charming tea house sat at the top of the mountain so that you can thoroughly enjoy the fruits of your hiking labor! We hiked to the top and enjoyed some tea and crumpets – it was a nice little break before we headed down the mountain.

Things we wanted to do and didn’t have time for – horseback riding and canoeing! The lake was so pretty and inviting so we were bummed to not have time to canoe, but being able to have those gorgeous views from our room made up for it all!

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Olive Jumpsuit (similar here and here) | Mango Net Bag | Levi’s Boyfriend Denim Jacket | Sole Society Espadrilles

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