Snowshoeing in Banff and Lake Louise is a favourite pastime of both locals and tourists alike. During winter when Banff and Lake Louise are at their snowiest, putting on your snowshoes is a great way to spend a day. Snowshoeing is easy to learn and great for all ages, fitness levels, and skillsets. There are…
There are numerous webcams in Banff allowing you to see this spectacular part of the world without leaving the comfort of your own home.
If sweeping vistas and the majesty of nature are on your Banff travel bucket list, you don’t have to look any further than a brisk hike along the Iceline Trail in Canada’s Yoho National Park
From Seattle to Banff is a great way to see Canada’s stunning Rocky Mountains in all its glory. In this article we give the reader 4 routes that will take travelers through Washington state, British Columbia, and Alberta.
Pigeon Mountain appears to be a challenging and difficult climb. But Its northern and western faces are more inviting for scramblers and hikers.
One factor to keep in mind as you plan your next quest to see the northern lights in Canada is knowing the best time of year to see them.
It’s more important than ever that you understand the fundamentals of being fire-wise when camping and how to create a safe campfire because of climate change, record temperatures, and a drought that is wreaking havoc everywhere.
If you’re here because you want to visit Banff in September – perfect. You get to avoid the crowds and enjoy a time of the year here where things are just as nice.
If you have ever wanted to have your poutine and eat it, too, then Banff in October is the perfect place for your fall travel destination. Nestled in the snow-capped Canadian Rockies in Alberta, Canada’s first national park and UNESCO World Heritage site is rich with sprawling vistas, outdoor activities, and tons of family fun…
Vermilion Lakes, located immediately west of Banff, are three stunning lakes surrounded by the beauty of the Canadian Rockies. Many refer to the lakes as a ‘nature lover’s paradise’ and it is easy to see why. The three lakes are in the Bow River Valley and below Mount Norquay. The area around the lakes are…