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Johnston Canyon hiking - Best things to do in Banff

Johnston Canyon Hike: Your Ultimate Guide with Local Tips

There’s a good reason why the Johnston Canyon hike is on everyone’s must-do list for Banff. As one of the best hikes in Banff National Park, Johnston Canyon is a short, easy walk through a deep mountain canyon with many beautiful waterfalls along the way. Not only is the Johnston Canyon hike a wonderful easy Banff hike for all ability levels, the elevated boardwalks through the canyon make it a unique experience.

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Banff in March.

Your Ultimate Guide to Experiencing Banff in March

One thing we love about Banff in March are the snowy adventures and the beauty of a winter landscape. If you had planned a trip to Banff expecting to experience the mountain scenery in transition to spring, you’ll be in for a bit of a surprise. March in Banff is still very much winter, though towards the end of the month us locals begin to dream of warm spring days, we know it’s not happening.

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40 Amazing Things to do in Banff in Winter

If you’ve never experienced Banff during winter, you might be wondering if Banff is worth visiting in winter. Our answer is unequivocally yes! You won’t have to look far for winter activities in Banff, which transforms into a winter wonderland in the months of December through March. If you are lucky enough to visit Banff in winter, be prepared to spend most of your time reliving the childhood joys of playing in snow.

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Over 30 BEST Things to Do in Banff for Non-Skiers

Banff National Park is a winter paradise renowned for its pristine ski slopes and powdery snow. But what if you’re someone who doesn’t ski or snowboard? There’s no need to avoid visiting Banff in the winter. There are an incredible number of Banff winter activities for non-skiers.

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18 Easy Winter Hikes in Banff and Area

If you are visiting Banff in winter or anytime between October and April, it’s very likely you’ll be seeing snow. Here in the Canadian Rockies, the snow typically starts to fly well before the official start of winter and that’s when all the Banff winter activities will start.

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Visiting Kananaskis and Banff in January

Banff in January

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.

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