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 …
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!
With snow-capped mountain peaks and the soft glow of Christmas lights beneath snow-covered rooftops, the beauty of Banff at Christmas is something you must see for yourself. There’s really no better place to experience a Canadian Christmas than in Banff. It truly is a winter wonderland!
The world-famous Banff Springs Hotel is not only one of the best hotels in Canada, it’s one of the top attractions in Banff National Park. Guests at the Banff Springs can explore the wonders of this mountain castle hotel endlessly without ever getting bored. But, as beautiful as the Banff Springs Hotel is, it would …
Many argue that December is the best time of year to visit Banff, and they may very well be right. By December, Banff has received enough snow that you’ll be able to enjoy the full-range of winter activities in Banff such as downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating, fat biking and more.