The Perfect Souvenir for you from Banff and Lake Louise!
Send the Perfect Gift from Banff and Lake Louise to Anyone For Any Occasion!
Banff Greeting Cards are the perfect souvenir from your trip to Banff, Lake Louise and the Canadian Rocky Mountains! In addition, they make a gorgeous gift for anyone for any occasion whether they have been to Banff or not.
The 6 blank cards and 6 envelopes are packaged in a clear case with a classy silver stretch loop with a decorative bow on the outside. The cards are 4 3/8 by 5 3/4 inches in size.
Banff Greeting Cards – 6 blank note cards featuring photos of famous Banff and Lake Louise and their most popular stunning iconic landmarks. Perfect for Souvenirs or Gifts!
Mount Rundle in Banff, Lake Louise (3), Moraine Lake and Hector Lake on a pristine morning are the stunning locations included.
The Iconic Landmark Banff and Lake Louise Images and Descriptions
Sunrise at Lake Louise
Without a doubt it could, and should, be said that every photo or image of Lake Louise is absolutely beautiful. This is a unique photo of Lake Louise at Sunrise. Yes the sun rises every day, but the combination of light, timing and the time of year capture a rarely seen version of this spectacular scene.
Again, this is a very unique image of Lake Louise. It is from the back of the Lake and was captured high up on the rocks on an early morning sport rock climb (please don’t try this unless you are an experienced sport rock climber). The image captures rarely seen rock formations at the end of the Lake as well as the trademark aquamarine colour of the glacial waters. The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise is in the distance and further beyond is the Lake Louise Ski Resort.
This Winter photo is taken from the across the valley from the Lake Louise Ski Resort. It shows Lake Louise frozen over and the grand Victoria Glacier behind and above it. The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise can also be seen at the very front of the Lake. It is a very iconic image and a classic view recognized around the world.
Hector Lake is an absolute gem. It is located just a short drive on Highway 93 North just minutes beyond Lake Louise. This scene requires a hike as well as crossing a river. This view cannot be seen from the road. Again, this is what makes this image so unique. It is an early morning photo and Hector Lake provides some of the most gorgeous mountain and water views in the Canadian Rockies.
In short it has been said that Mount Rundle is the most photographed mountain in the world. This Winter photo is taken from the Mt. Norquay road lookout. Down below the Town of Banff can been seen in the lower foreground and the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel is nestled in the trees in the lower right.
Many would agree that Mount Rundle defines Banff and Banff National Park.
Moraine Lake is situated in the Valley of the Ten Peaks. It is famous for its aquamarine glacial fed waters, hiking and stunning mountain beauty. However, it can be most famously known for being the image on the back of the Canadian $20 bill in 1969 and 1979.
In addition, this is an early morning image in the Spring combining the Summer colours of the trees and aquamarine glacial water as well as remnants of snow on the rugged classic peaks. This a unique combination that can only be seen at certain short periods during each year.