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Lake O'Hara bus

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My husband and I are hoping to be able to include a trip to the Lake O'Hara area during our summer trip to the Canadian Rockies. I understand I need to call for reservations three months in advance, which I plan to do. Does anybody have any experience with making reservations for a dayhiking trip? I understand that campers and those staying overnight in the lodge also need to take this bus. Doesn't that limit seats even more for the dayhikers? Do they have a phone system which puts you in a "queue" or do you have to keep calling back if you get a busy signal? Thanks for any help you can give me.

By the way, I have been reading many informative posts, which have helped me plan my upcoming trip, on this forum.

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