Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise Golfing in the Bow Valley

Golfing in the Bow Valley

Tee off at the world renowned Fairmont Banff Springs Golf Course (45 minute drive from The Chateau) or the Golden Golf & Country Club located between the Purcell and Rocky Mountain Ranges. (1 hour drive from The Chateau).


Renowned for its panoramic beauty, the Fairmont Banff Springs Golf Course is a charming and challenging layout located in Canada's Rocky Mountains. From the design to the optical illusions created by the surrounding mountains, this course will both delight and test you. Stanley Thompson, Canada's master golf course architect, used his expert talent when he designed the original 18 holes in 1928.

Advance reservations are recommended. Please visit Banff Springs Golf Club for more information. 


Recognized by the Guiness Book World Record for the longest golf hole ever played (from Parson to Golden), the Golden Golf Club has a long history that dates back to 1935. It has been rated one of the Top 10 Public Access Golf Courses in British Columbia by The Scorecard Magazine.

Please visit the Golden Golf Club for more information.

Afternoon Tea

Afternoon Tea

Featuring an assortment of our Lot 35 teas accompanied by delectable pastries and traditional North American and European style finger sandwiches, Afternoon Tea at Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, Banff National Park, is a truly delightful way to spend the afternoon.

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