Moraine Lake Weekend Shuttle 2020 | Roam Transit

Moraine Lake Weekend Shuttle - Starts September 18, 2020 and last day of service is October 12, 2020.


Parking is limited at the Lake Louise Lakeshore and Moraine Lake. Parking lots are full by sunrise in peak season, between May and October. Planning ahead is key. Make the most of your visit to Banff National Park by using shuttles and transit. Park your car in the Town of Banff and ride Roam Public Transit from Banff to Lake Louise and Moraine Lake.

*In fall 2020* Roam Public Transit is pleased to work with Parks Canada to offer shuttles from the Lake Louise Park and Ride (6 km east of Lake Louise village) to Moraine Lake, every Friday – Sunday (and Thanksgiving Monday) between September 18 – October 12, 2020, departing the Park and Ride every 20 minutes from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The final return bus from Moraine Lake to the Park and Ride is at 4:40 p.m.


Parking at Moraine Lake is extremely limited and fills quickly, especially through the fall larch viewing season. Shuttles offer the best chance to visit Moraine Lake this fall. Leave your car at the at the Park and Ride. Make the most of your visit to Banff National Park by using shuttles and transit.


Visitors should plan ahead and expect a different experience on shuttles from previous years. Safety is our top priority and precautions will be put in place to maintain physical distancing at the Lake Louise Park and Ride.

Moraine Lake Weekend Shuttle 2020 Schedule



Frequently Asked Questions:
  • When is Moraine Lake Weekend Shuttle scheduled to start?

    Moraine Lake Weekend Shuttle is scheduled begin September 18 and will end on October 12.

  • Where does the route go?

    All Parks Canada shuttles to Moraine Lake originate at the Lake Louise Park and Ride lot, located 6 km east of Lake Louise Village. Shuttles and parking are first come, first served. No reservations. Tickets can only be purchased at the Park and Ride, they are not available at Moraine Lake.

  • What time does service start/end?

    The shuttles are offered from the Lake Louise Park and Ride (6 km east of Lake Louise village) to Moraine Lake, every Friday – Sunday (and Thanksgiving Monday) between September 18 – October 12, 2020, departing the Park and Ride every 20 minutes from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The final return bus from Moraine Lake to the Park and Ride is at 4:40 p.m.

  • Where can I find a schedule?

    Moraine Lake Weekend Shuttle 2020 Schedule

  • Will there be service on statutory holidays?

    Yes, there will be service provided on Thanksgiving Monday.

  • When can I make my reservation?

    For fall shuttles Parks Canada is not taking reservations at this time - Shuttles are first come, first served. No reservations. Tickets can only be purchased at the Park and Ride, they are not available at Moraine Lake.

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

    Pricing includes return: Adult (18-64) - $10 Senior (65+) - $5 Youth (6-17) - $5 Child (under 6 years) – free

  • Can I bring my bike on board?

    No. Shuttles cannot accommodate bikes at this time. Biking is permitted on the Tramline, Great Divide, and Moraine Lake Highline trails only. Road cycling is permitted on Lake Louise Drive and Moraine Lake Road. Road riders are advised to share the road with care.

  • Can I bring my stroller on board?

    Yes, if space permits.

  • Can I bring by climbing gear on board?

    Yes, if space permits.

  • Will there be service on statutory holidays?

    Yes, there will be service provided on Thanksgiving Monday.

  • Does the Moraine Lake shuttle stop at the Paradise Valley trailhead?

    No. If you wish to hike into Paradise Valley or ride the Moraine Lake Highline Trail from Paradise Valley trailhead to Moraine Lake, we recommend you arrive before sunrise to secure parking. Parking space is not guaranteed.

  • What happens if I miss the last shuttle?

    Taxi services are available and will be happy to assist you.

  • 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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