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.
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.
The premium parking spaces within the Town of Banff and Lake Louise Lakeshore are no longer free. Not to worry, you can still find plenty of free parking in Banff and Lake Louise if you know where to look. In addition, there is plenty of amazing things to do in Banff with free parking.
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.
Banff National Park is Canada’s oldest and most visited national park, but it may surprise you to know there is no airport in Banff. But don’t worry, the closest airport to Banff is just 1 hour away in Calgary, Alberta (a city of 1.3 million people). It’s easy to get from Calgary to Banff with …
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… We are here to answer all your questions about getting around Banff without a car.
When planning a trip to Banff National Park, it’s important to know what you need and why. We’ve seen an increase in park fees in the area over the past few years, so it can get confusing on what you need for where.
A trip to Banff National Park is a bucket-list vacation for many. With towering, rugged Rocky Mountains, exciting wildlife, lush forests and turquoise-blue lakes, Banff is one of the most beautiful places on Earth.