You can always tell who the flatlanders are by the wide-eyed, stunned and dazed looks on their faces. We’re a little slow to get around because we’re constantly looking up, which is a new direction for most of us.
There are a few things you need to consider when you choose to get up close and personal with the wildlife in Banff National Park on the road.
If you are a cyclist and enjoy traveling safely between Banff and Canmore, the Rocky Mountain Legacy Trail or also known as the Banff Legacy Trail in Banff National Park is a dream come true.
Here are four of my family’s “go to” spots for breakfast in Banff National Park and the surrounding Canadian Rockies towns, like Canmore and Lake Louise.
However you do it, there is nothing like having a meal with family and friends in the great outdoors of the Canadian Rockies and Banff National Park!
You never forget your first time-first time backcountry camping, that is. The anticipation, preparation, last minute planning and the hope that you’ll have a successful trip. In other words, no one gets eaten by a bear or falls off a cliff.
For those interested in more “active” choices, here’s our “Fab 5” Banff National Park activities that we believe should not be missed.
The following three hikes fit the big “pay-off” requirement in spades.
Explore ancient caves in Banff, Alberta You will likely have heard of most of the great activities on offer in the Canadian Rockies like rafting, horseback riding and kayaking but one you may not know so much about is cave tours. There aren’t many of these kind of tours in the world so it really…
Canoeing in Banff National Park, Alberta Banff is well renowned as a place brimming with fun and activities. In winter, there is snow shoeing, skiing, snow boarding and ice skating. In summer, it can be as simple as a beautiful hike, bike trip or for something a little more adventurous – canoeing. Canoeing and Canada…