1-day climb of Mount Temple near Lake Louise, Canada

Join a certified mountain guide and conquer the Mount Temple, the highest peak in the Lake Louise area, in the Canadian Rockies.




Trip Duration

1 day

Mountain Range


People per Guide

6 people

Trip Level


Offer Period

Jul, Aug, Sep

Type of Trip



  • Conquer the iconic heights of Mount Temple in the stunning Lake Louise area.

  • Witness incredible panoramic views of the surrounding mountain range.

  • Pass by the glittering mountain reflections in the Moraine Lake.


The most visible peak in the Lake Louise area, the stunning Mount Temple was the first 11,000er to be climbed in the Canadian Rockies in 1894.

We begin from the Moraine Lake, hiking its northern shore and heading along the beautiful and winding Larch Valley Trail. As we reach Sentinel Pass, there are a couple of easily-climbable rock bands. And then our final challenge takes us to the top that is often covered with snow.

The strain on this final push to the peak soon becomes a distant memory, as extraordinary panoramic views take over the landscape. Mountains roll beyond the eye can see.

The ultimate scramble offers incredible views of Paradise Valley and the Valley of the Ten Peaks.

We’ll hike past the prominent cliffs and soaring peaks of the Lake Louise area. When we continue out of the trees, magnificent views begin to open. As we ascent the larches, the sparkling blue waters of Moraine Lake reflect the nearby peaks.

Get in touch now to reserve your place in the magnificent Canadian Rockies and climb Mount Temple, the highest peak in Lake Louise.

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Price per person

Group of 1
600 CAD

Group of 2
300 CAD

Group of 3
200 CAD


Price includes

  • Guiding fee

Other details

Skill level required


Fitness level required


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Recommended items: mountaineering boots; light synthetic shirt; soft-shell pants and jacket; mid-weight synthetic jacket; heavyweight insulated jacket; waterproof hard-shell jacket with hood; waterproof hard-shell pants; mid-weight gloves; gaiters; warm hat that fits under a helmet; sun hat; sturdy hiking boots; daypack (30-40 litres); lunch, snacks; water bottle; sunglasses; sunscreen.


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