Larch Trees Stopping Traffic in Banff
Original Air Date:
Thursday, September 20, 2012
Every autumn, thousands of people flock to Larch Valley near Lake Louise in Banff National Park to see the Larch trees turn bright yellow as the seasons change. Last year, so many visitors wanted to take in the beautiful, fleeting fall beauty, Parks Canada found itself dealing with traffic and parking headaches - even a road closure.
We talk to Alex Kolesch, Parks Canada’s Visitor Experience Manager for the Lake Louise, Yoho, and Kooteney Field Unit.
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