Banff National Park is known to be an expensive destination and for many, it’s a trip of a lifetime. A trip that takes years to save up for. We recognize that visiting Banff on a budget is important to many, which is why we were thrilled to spend a few nights in the Dorothy Motel …
As locals to the Bow Valley, we often shy away from doing the touristy things. I expect this is true for anyone who lives in a place as popular as Banff National Park. Yet, each time we have been on the Sundance Trail to the Sundance Canyon hike in Banff, we are pleasantly surprised.
The Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel is world-renowned as the luxury Castle in the Rockies. With a level of luxury unsurpassed in Banff National Park, the Banff Springs Hotel is rightfully one of the most expensive hotels in Banff.
A visit to the Bankhead ghost town in Banff National Park is a unique opportunity to take an easy walk through a fascinating piece of Alberta history. In its heyday in the early 1900’s, Bankhead, Alberta was a thriving town of nearly 1,000 citizens built next to the operations site of an anthracite coal mine.
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 …
Cycling the Lake Minnewanka Loop is a popular route for road cyclists in Banff National Park. Anyone comfortable riding with traffic will want to add this scenic route to their must-do Banff road bike routes while visiting the Banff National Park.
Kananaskis Country has long been one of our favorite places to go for hiking. It’s a place where you can find hikes to satisfy all levels of fitness without having to look very hard. In this list of easy Kananaskis hikes you’ll find some of our favorites.
Each time we hike to the Ink Pots we are reminded of what a special place this is in Banff National Park. The blue-green color of the ponds never ceases to amaze and the mountain scenery surrounding is nothing short of spectacular.
With incredible mountain scenery and excellent wildlife spotting opportunities, the Bow Valley Parkway is a must-visit in Banff National Park.