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.
Want to go camping in Banff National Park but you have a small baby? Yes, it is definitely doable. In many ways, it’s even easier to camp with a baby than a toddler or small child since your babies don’t really care where they are so long as their basic needs are met.
If you are craving adventure, then driving from Vancouver to Banff can be exactly that. Get ready to see some of the most spectacular views in the world.
If you’re planning on exploring the Canadian Rockies, one of the best ways to do it is by car.
The Calgary shuttle to Banff is a popular means of transportation for visitors to the Canadian Rockies. The shuttle provides an easy and convenient way to get from Calgary to Banff, without having to worry about renting a car or finding parking.
Good news, Banff National Park’s handicap accessibility allows visitors with mobility challenges to enjoy many parts of the park just the same. There is no reason anyone in a wheelchair should miss out on these miracles of nature.
What Yoho National Park lacks in size, it makes up for with its emerald lakes, hanging glaciers, waterfalls and snow covered mountain peaks.
Before making any reservation, make sure you read up on our insiders guide to booking the right hotel at Banff National Park.
The Canadian Rockies town of Canmore, located just 15-minutes from Banff National Park, is a town built around recreation and entertainment.
During the summer months, we get a lot of families vacationing in Banff and surrounding Canadian Rockies destinations.