Ahhh… with the Christmas madness finally over, visitors to Banff in January enjoy many benefits. The crowds are smaller, the Town of Banff and Lake Louise put on amazing winter festivals and all the natural beauty of Banff in winter remains.
Banff in November is a wonderful time to experience the transition from fall to winter. Snow will start to accumulate on the mountain peaks and even on the valley floor as the month progresses. Later in the month visitors to Banff in November can enjoy more winter activities and even begin to get in the …
Banff in October is what I would call a transition month. The month typically starts out with some pleasant fall weather then October in Banff can change quickly to what feels a lot more like winter. Don’t let this deter you from visiting Banff in October, it’s more to prepare you for anything so you …
Welcome to our favourite month in Banff! What makes visiting Banff in September so great? September, while technically still summer for most of the month, is when we enjoy fall colours and temperatures.
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.
While we believe that there’s so much more to do around Lake Louise that could easily fill much more than a 2-day Lake Louise itinerary, we also recognize that not everyone has unlimited time.
Banff National Park is in the heart of the Canadian Rockies and is an incredible destination for outdoor enthusiasts. With the wide range of activities, mountain lakes to visit, hiking trails to explore, you won’t run out of things to do in Banff in summer!
Starting in 2021, two of Banff National Park’s top attractions are introducing paid parking. The premium parking spaces within the Town of Banff and Lake Louise Lakeshore will no longer be free.
There are few places in Canada more beautiful than Lake Louise. A stunning glacier-fed, turquoise lake, surrounded by towering Rocky Mountains and glaciers, you will never forget the beauty of this iconic Banff lake. It’s remote location within Banff National Park makes it a little challenging to get to, so you may be wondering how …
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.