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Lake Louise Sightseeing Gondola Ride
- Roundtrip gondola ride, with the choice of a four-passenger open chair or fully enclosed gondola
- Amenities at the Lodge of Ten Peaks: Cafeteria, dining room, coffee bar, handicapped accessible restrooms, baby change stations, WiFi and more!
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