Like the Banff Springs Hotel dinner menus, this one features eight table d’hôte entrées, but unlike the Banff menus, only five of the eight are hot meals. Where the Banff menu had fourteen a la carte entrées (18 with cold plates), this one has just eight (twelve with cold plates). The Lake Louise menu also has fewer desserts.
The cover shows the Kicking Horse River, just over the Continental Divide from Lake Louise. At the divide, a large sign visible from the train pointed out Divide Creek, which split with one branch joining the Kicking Horse and heading to the Pacific and the other branch turning east and reaching the Bow River and eventually Hudson Bay. I once suspected this was something set up for the tourists by Canadian Pacific engineers, but such creek divides are not unusual, and a similar continental divide creek can be found in Wyoming.