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Banff is Canada's most visited National Park. Banff's eastern gate is located approximately 100 km west of Calgary in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, and stretches 240 km along the eastern slope of the Continental Divide.
Originally set aside to preserve sulphur hot springs for public use, Banff's towering peaks and beautiful meadows make it among Canada's most incredible holiday areas.

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Things to Do in Banff National Park

Columbia Icefields

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Jasper and Banff National Park's Columbia Icefields. Explore Athabasca Glacier and the Columbia Icefields.

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Banff Gondola Ride Admission

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Enjoy stunning panoramas of six different mountain ranges on the state-of-the-art Banff Gondola. Soar to the top of Sulphur Mountain for a bird's-eye view of town and vistas of Canada's first national park.

Banff Lake Minnewanka Cruise

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Majestic views of the Canadian Rockies while cruising beautiful Lake Minnewanka on this panoramic 1-hour interpretive cruise. Learn Native folklore while scanning the lake shore for big-horned sheep, deer, bald eagle and even the occasional bear. Cruise over to Devil's Gap for incredible views of the Prairies and surrounding mountains.

Tour Moraine Lake

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Moraine Lake is a stunning glacially-fed lake located in Banff National Park, in the Canadian Rockies of Alberta, Canada. Famous and iconic, Moraine Lake in the Canadian Rockies and is renowned for its breathtaking turquoise-blue waters and stunning surrounding mountain peaks.

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Banff Camping

Banff Camping

Camping in Banff National Park offers a wonderful opportunity to connect with nature and immerse yourself in the stunning landscapes of the Canadian Rockies.

Banff Campgrounds

Banff National Park has several campgrounds that cater to various preferences, including those with RVs, tents, or backcountry camping options. Some popular campgrounds include Tunnel Mountain Village I and II, Two Jack Main and Lakeside, Johnston Canyon, and Lake Louise Campground.

Banff Camping Reservations

During the peak summer season, it's advisable to make reservations for campgrounds, as they can fill up quickly. Parks Canada operates a reservation system, and you can check availability and book sites online.

Banff Backcountry Camping

For a more secluded experience, consider backcountry camping in Banff. Permits are required for backcountry camping, and there are designated campsites along various trails. Popular backcountry campsites include Egypt Lake, Baker Lake, and Skoki.

Wilderness Camping

Wilderness camping is available in certain areas of Banff National Park, providing a more primitive camping experience. Ensure you follow Leave No Trace principles and obtain any required permits.

Banff RV Camping

Campgrounds like Tunnel Mountain Village have facilities for RV camping, offering amenities such as electrical hookups and dump stations. Be sure to check the specific services available at each campground.

Campground Amenities

Many campgrounds in Banff offer amenities such as picnic tables, fire pits, washrooms, and potable water. The facilities vary by campground, so check in advance for specific amenities.

Banff Seasonal Camping Availability

Campgrounds in Banff are typically open from late spring to early fall, with the exact dates depending on weather conditions. Some campgrounds may close during the winter due to snow.

Banff Campfire Regulations

Campfires are subject to regulations, and not all campgrounds allow them. In some cases, fire bans may be in effect, especially during periods of high fire danger. Check with Parks Canada for current regulations.

Wildlife Safety

Be aware of wildlife safety guidelines while camping in Banff. Store food securely, follow bear safety protocols, and be cautious around wildlife.

Banff Lakeside Camping

Two Jack Lakeside Campground, located along the shores of Two Jack Lake, offers picturesque lakeside camping with stunning views of the surrounding mountains.

Remember that Banff National Park requires an entry fee, and camping fees apply in addition to the entry fee. Parks Canada provides detailed information on campgrounds, reservations, and regulations.

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Banff, located in the Canadian Rockies, offers stunning natural landscapes and a variety of activities for outdoor enthusiasts.

Banff National Park

Explore the pristine wilderness of Banff National Park, Canada's first national park. Take scenic drives along the Icefields Parkway and Bow Valley Parkway for breathtaking views.

Lake Louise

Visit the iconic Lake Louise, known for its turquoise waters and stunning mountain backdrop. Enjoy activities like hiking, canoeing, or simply taking in the scenery.

Moraine Lake

Marvel at the striking beauty of Moraine Lake, surrounded by ten towering mountain peaks. Take a hike around the lake or rent a canoe to experience its splendor up close.

Banff Gondola

Ride the Banff Gondola to the summit of Sulphur Mountain for panoramic views of the Bow Valley. Explore the boardwalk and visit the interpretive center.

Hiking Banff

Banff offers a plethora of hiking trails for all skill levels. Some popular trails include Johnston Canyon, Plain of Six Glaciers, and Sentinel Pass.

Banff Wildlife Viewing

Keep an eye out for wildlife such as elk, deer, bears, and bighorn sheep. Wildlife spotting tours are also available.

Banff Hot Springs

Relax in the Banff Upper Hot Springs while enjoying mountain views.

Canoeing and Kayaking

Paddle along the Bow River, Lake Louise or Bow Lake for a peaceful and scenic experience. Banff has some spectacular places for Canoeing and Kayaking.

Skiing and Snowboarding in Banff

In winter, Banff transforms into a winter wonderland with opportunities for skiing and snowboarding at resorts like Banff Sunshine, Lake Louise Ski Resort, and Mount Norquay.

Banff Dog Sledding and Ice Walks

Experience the thrill of dog sledding or join an ice walk to explore frozen canyons and waterfalls during the winter months.

Town of Banff

Stroll through the charming town of Banff with its shops, galleries, and restaurants. Visit the Banff Park Museum and the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies for cultural insights.

Columbia Icefield

The Columbia Icefield covers an area of approximately 325 square kilometers (125 square miles). It is one of the largest icefields in North America and is the source of several major glaciers.

Icefields Parkway

The Icefields Parkway, also known as Highway 93, is a world-renowned scenic highway that stretches through the heart of the Canadian Rockies, connecting Jasper National Park to Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada.

Peyto Lake

Peyto Lake is famous for its unique shape that resembles the head of a wolf. It is named after Bill Peyto, an early trail guide and trapper in the Banff area.

Cave and Basin National Historic Site

Learn about the history of Banff National Park and the discovery of the hot springs at the Cave and Basin historic site.

Banff National Park by Horseback

Exploring Banff by horseback is a classic and enjoyable way to experience the stunning landscapes and scenic trails of the Canadian Rockies.