LMAO....anything is in the realm of possibility. The question is how much of a hard ass are you? Hopefully you don't get a -40 cold snap through the rockies.
I find it hilarious that you are talking about walking a highway to resorts, and people are suggesting some very serious multi day tours through very serious and remote terrain.
Revy to kicking horse traverse. Never seen it done before, and should be an awesome tour.
Kicking Horse to Rogers pass anyhow is a classic ski traverse, and gets done more than you might think. Finishing it to Revy would probably be pretty awesome.
Banff to Lake Louise - Is pretty straight forward open level route with some winter camping, small lodges and some set ski tracks on the Bow Parkway. After day skiing Lake Louise ski down across the highway, up the old tram line to the lake, go straight across the lake and up and up through the deathtrap between Mt Victoria and Lefroy. Stay overnight in the Abbot Pass Hut (a beauty on the continental divide). Then ski down to either Lake Ohara Lodge or Elizabeth Parker Hut in B.C. Ski tracks from there will likely be in place back to the highway at the West Louise Lodge. Then its all downhill to Field and another lodge at Emerald Lake or in town.
Seriously? What are you trying to do kill the guy? He's talking about walking on a highway, and you are suggesting that he tackle some extremely dangerous terrain solo? There is absoulutely nothing straight forward about heading through that route you suggest. Getting up to Abbot pass through the deathtrap involves a slotted glacier, serac exposure, serious avalanche exposure in a "death trap" (named for a reason) and then an entirely different avalanche prone couloir down to lake O'hara. It's a ski mountaineering trip. You'd have to be an idiot to suggest this to some one looking to walk a highway and ski at resorts.
Another FYI, there is no camping between Banff and Lake Louise off of the highway or 1A if heading through.