Regularly Scheduled Shows

Take in one of our fun and entertaining interpretive shows by staying at a Lake Louise area hotel that offers them!

Our 2019 schedule will be posted in April or May. Locations, dates and times will likely remain the same.  Some shows will be different.

Paradise Lodge & Bungalows

Mid-June to mid-Sept, 2018
Saturday night
8:30 pm

 

The Rockies’ Greatest Hits
Join us for a show that ranges from Hollywood “hits” you can enjoy after your vacation, to legacies left behind by our early Swiss guides – mountain “hits” you can enjoy while you’re here. There will be stories and songs, and a chance for you to share the greatest hits of your holiday so far, whether it’s bears or lakes or glaciers.

May 31 – October 4, 2018
Thursday night
8:30 pm

The Rockies’ Greatest Hits
Join us for a show that ranges from Hollywood “hits” you can enjoy after your vacation, to legacies left behind by our early Swiss guides – mountain “hits” you can enjoy while you’re here. There will be stories and songs, and a chance for you to share the greatest hits of your holiday so far, whether it’s bears or lakes or glaciers.

Moraine Lake Lodge

June 1 – September 30, 2018
Monday, Wednesday and Saturday nights
9 pm

Three different shows are performed.

Rocky Mountain Madness
How would you like to catch the most desirable disease in the world? Rocky Mountain Madness strikes with symptoms like Shutterbugitis and Ascendophilia! Join in the fun and find out why the Rockies have always been contagious – now and in the past.

The High Tech Grizzly
High-tech fueled research has revealed things about bears that we could never have known, or only found out with tremendous effort. In this show, we put the “tech” in “pro-tec-tion!” You can’t live without technology these days and our grizzly bears can’t either… literally!

The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Ungulates: A Show About Hoofed Mammals
What if the craze for business management books were to spread to the animal world? Find out in this funny and insightful show that highlights why elk, moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goats and our other hoofed critters are so successful in the Canadian Rockies.