With snow-capped mountain peaks and the soft glow of Christmas lights beneath snow-capped rooftops, the beauty of Banff at Christmas is something you must see for yourself.
Banff National Park is home to some of the best hiking in the world. You will find there are Banff hikes for all skill levels, from easy strolls to multi-day treks. Regardless of your skill level it’s important to bring the hiking essentials with you.
Effective June 1, Banff National Park has started to offer limited access and services while maintaining physical distancing measures. Please note, Parks Canada is limiting the number of visitors at some of Banff’s top attractions. Parks Canada Banff National Park COVID-19 Updates Please refer to this Parks Canada page for official Banff COVID-19 updates. This … Read more
With 6,641 square kilometers of breathtaking mountain scenery, Banff National Park is huge. Given the sheer size of Banff National Park, you may be wondering if you can visit Banff without a car…
Banff National Park is Canada’s most visited national park, but it may surprise you to know there is no Banff airport. But don’t worry, getting to Banff is easy with a wide variety of ways to get to Banff to suit every style and budget.