Grizzlies are a big part of this National Park, and the Trail of the Great Bear guided walk is available through the Lake Louise Wildlife Interpretation Centre. Although small, the Centre offers nature talks and has interesting exhibits about the park’s animals. Wolves, for example, use their jagged, sharp incisors to scrape meat from bones while dear grind leaves with their molars. And the naturalists reassure us that Banff National Park, a vast area, has a relatively small number of bears for so much territory. Chances are the only bears seen are the stuffed teddies for sale in the gift shop.