Banff National Park can be described as a winter wonderland during the winter months in this snow covered valley. If you are lucky enough to visit Banff in January, then you’ll want to come during the Banff SnowDays Winter Festival, which takes place in January each year.
Lake Louise is known for the incredible mountain scenery and turquoise blue lake. Visiting Lake Louise should be on everyone’s list who’s visiting Banff National Park for the first time, or even if it’s your tenth time.
If you are inquiring about the Moraine Lake Shuttle, then you probably already know that it can be difficult to get Moraine Lake parking, especially during peak season.
Moraine Lake in Banff tops most visitors must-see list when they plan a trip to Banff National Park. And for good reason! Moraine Lake might just be one of the most beautiful lakes in the world. Even us locals don’t tire of seeing Moraine Lake.
Moraine Lake is one of the best lakes to visit in Banff National Park. To say that Moraine Lake has some incredible scenery is an understatement. It’s no wonder that most visitors to Banff National Park have Moraine Lake on their list of places to visit in Banff.
The town of Canmore is growing in popularity, and it’s no surprise given its location amongst the majestic snow-capped peaks of the Canadian Rockies. Even as the temperatures drop and the snow flies, there are so many things to do in Canmore in winter and we are here to make sure you are well prepared …
The Big Beehive hike in Lake Louise offers some truly incredible sights. You start first on the hike to the Lake Agnes Teahouse, one of the most iconic Lake Louise hikes. The views of Mt. Whyte and Devils Thumb behind the turquoise waters of Lake Agnes are truly special.
The Larch Valley hike is the most famous larch tree hike in Banff National Park. It’s a bit of an effort to climb from Moraine Lake up the lower slopes of Mount Temple to get to Larch Valley, but the payoff is worth it, no matter the time of year.
There’s no better place for a picnic than surrounded by incredible mountain scenery or next to a stunning blue mountain lake. Banff National Park has some of the most scenic picnic spots that are perfect for a warm summer day. Summer in Banff is the ideal time to gather some great food, friends and plan …
Millions of visitors flock to Banff National Park every year to enjoy the raw and rugged beauty of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. As beautiful as the mountain ranges are from the Bow Valley floor, there’s no better way to appreciate the size and magnitude of the Canadian Rockies than from the top of a Banff …