Great Divide Nature Interpretation
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Joel channels a mountain goat. All ages enjoy our guided interpretive walks.

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Great Divide Nature Intrpretation
Box 343 Lake Louise,
AB Canada T0L 1E0
Phone: (403) 522-2735

Hiking season...
June 1 - September 30

Snowshoeing season...
  Late Nov - March 31

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Make your Lake Louise visit memorable and meaningful.
"We'll never look at hiking in the same way. A hike with Joel and Nadine is like seeing in color for the first time. "
- the Hustons, USA

Get The Stories Behind the Scenery

Hiking against the dramatic backdrop of Canada's Rockies, you will discover the stories behind the scenery of Lake Louise and beyond.

Breathing in clean mountain air and putting one foot in front of the other gets you to some beautiful places.  Along the way, mountain goats are living on the edge and to prove it, your guide has dressed up as one to bring the drama to life!  You’ve laughed and you’ve learned.

Join us for interpretive guided group hikes, private guided walks & hikes and guided snowshoe trips that feature an equal mix of fun and knowledge.

You Won't Find in any Guidebook

We provide entertaining and enlightening interpretive hikes in the Lake Louise area.Photo: Régine Godfrey


Every trail has a tale to tell. With Great Divide you will see more and understand more – things you would have missed on your own. 

We’ll weave together everything the season and the location offer up:  wildlife, wildflowers, glaciers, history, and the big picture processes that reveal the “why” of it all.  You’ll come away enriched.

Your experience will be crafted by accredited
"Master Interpreters" Nadine Fletcher and Joel Hagen, considered to be among the best guides in the area with numerous awards and over 20 years in the business.

Nadine explains marmot hibernation. We are local, expert hiking guides.
To book or for more information e-mail us now.
Check our online availability calendar.
Or call us: 1-403-522-2735
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A portion of our profit is donated to
wildlife conservation and research.

And we aim to be a carbon-neutral business.

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