Moraine Lake Fall 2019 | Roam Transit

Moraine Lake - Starts September 23rd, 2019 and last day of service is October 14th.


Roam Route 10 services the rugged and iconic Moraine Lake, one of Banff National Parks most popular destinations.

Route 10 departs the downtown Banff High School Transit Hub with direct service to Moraine Lake. There are 7 departures a day with service 7 days a week.

Moraine Lake service schedule

Transfer Policy - Bike Policy - Pet Policy - Smart Card Policy


Frequently Asked Questions:
  • When is Moraine Lake Route 10 scheduled to start?

    Route 10 Moraine Lake express is scheduled begin September 23rd and will end on October 14th.

  • Where does the route go?

    The route will travel direct from downtown Banff to Moraine Lake with no stops in between.  The return trip will depart from Moraine Lake Roam bus stop back to the Banff via the Trans Canada highway to the Banff High School Transit Hub. See here for a detailed route and bus stop map.

  • What time does service start/end?

    The service will run 7 days a week until the end of day on October 14th.  The first departure time from downtown Banff will be 6:30AM.  Other departure times from Banff are 7:30AM, 9:30AM, 10:45AM, 12:45AM, 2:00PM, and 4:00PM. **The last departure from downtown Banff is at 4:00PM - but please be aware this bus is the last bus to return as well.  So if you depart on the 4:00PM bus from Banff, you'll only have 10 mins at the lake before this same bus returns to Banff.

  • Where can I find a schedule?

    The Moraine Lake Route 10 schedule/brochure will be available on our web site.

  • Will there be service on statutory holidays?

    Yes, there will be service provided on all statutory holidays.

  • Where are the bus stops, and what do they look like?

    Bus stops are located downtown Banff in front of the Banff High School (Banff High School Transit Hub) and in front of Moraine Lake, near the hotel entrance. See our route and stop map for locations.

  • What does it cost to ride the Moraine Lake service?

    Moraine Lake service will be $20 for a day pass - $10 for Seniors and Youth.  This day pass allows for travel to Moraine Lake as well as local travel for the day on all other Banff local routes (1, 2, and 7).  . Look here for detailed fare information.

  • Can I bring my bike on board?

    Exterior bike racks are provided on all Roam service buses. Each bus can carry up to 3 bikes at a time. Look here for our Bike Policy, and scroll down for a short video on how to load your bike on the external bike racks.

  • Can I bring by pet on board?

    Dogs and cats are allowed on Roam buses, as long as they are crated. Service dogs are welcome. See our Pet Policy here for details.

  • Can I bring my stroller on board?

    Yes, strollers are welcome on board all Roam buses. We do require that the aisle is kept free and clear for all passengers. This may require strollers to be collapsed/folded while on the bus. Some larger strollers (Chariots for example) may not be permitted if they are too large when folded and block the middle aisle.

  • What do your buses look like?

    Moraine Lake Route 10 buses are brand new coach style fully accessible public transit buses. Keep an eye out for the uniquely wrapped Bison, Elk, Moose and Wolf buses!

  • Are your buses wheelchair accessible?

    Yes, all Roam buses are fully accessible with wheel chair ramp and kneeling capabilities to make getting on and off easier for everyone.



GPS real-time information system
You will notice LED signs at select stops around Banff - the number of LED signs will grow over time as we gather ridership details to indicate high-use stops. The GPS real-time information system is designed to tell you how long until the next bus arrives. No more waiting. No more guessing.

Does your stop not have an LED sign? No problem, you can still track your bus arrival online or using your smart device - just specify your route and stop.


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