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The Best Skating in Banff in 2022

Ice skating in Banff is certainly a quintessential Canadian winter activity and not only that, but it’s a very popular winter activity in Banff. The best part is that there are several options for ice skating in Banff National Park and the surrounding area (including Canmore and Kananaskis), from local indoor recreational centres to skating …

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Banff Cave and Basin National Historic Site

The discovery of natural hot springs on Sulphur Mountain set in motion a series of events which ultimately led to the creation of Banff National Park, and the entire national park system of Canada. Due to the national importance of this discovery, the Cave and Basin is now a national historic site of Canada.

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Sentinel Pass Hike via Larch Valley in Banff National Park

The Larch Valley hike near Moraine Lake is one of the most beautiful hikes in Banff National Park, even outside of larch season. The Larch Valley hike rises from the shores of Moraine Lake to an extensive forest of larch trees. From this forest of larch trees, Banff hikers will enjoy panoramic views of the …

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Twin Lakes Trail in Banff National Park

If you are looking for a moderately challenging day hike in Banff which passes several beautiful mountain lakes, try the Twin Lakes trail. The scenic Twin Lakes of Banff National Park sit where the trees meet the rocky alpine zone on the eastern slopes of Storm Mountain. Being within 1 km of each other, Banff …

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