Winter Banff Guide Services
Departure Information: You choose!!
Duration: 5 hours +
For the independent traveller, or small groups, organizing a private tour and guide can be the way to build your own itinerary, based on your time schedule, and according to your interests, as well as offering a cost effective way to travel.
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All our scheduled tours are available as a private tour, or you can customize any day to experience Banff National Park like an insider - all at your own pace. Of course, you will have the added benefit of spending time with a local guide, who are happy to share their knowledge, experiences and recommendations.
We have a range of vehicle sizes (mini van, 10 passenger luxury mini coaches and 24 passenger coaches) to suit any group size in an economical option.
Some ideas to customize a private winter tour, please contact us and let us know your ideas for a private tour and we will be happy to provide you with a proposal.
Snowshoe/IceWalk on the Bow Valley Corridor / Johnston Canyon
Combine a snowshoeing tour with our popular winter IceWalk into Johnston Canyon. Make maple taffy in the snow as a uniquely Canadian experience and see frozen waterfalls at Johnston Canyon.
Discover Lake Louise
Enjoy a later start to our afternoon sightseeing tour of Lake Louise, and add on a dinner at one of Lake Louise's featured restaurants. Enjoy a bottle of wine and leave the driving back to Banff to us.
Columbia Icefields Parkway Tour:
With some of the most spectacular scenery in the world and over 100+ glaciers along this route, as well as wildlife making chance appearances, make sure you know how to use your camera to capture those lifelong memories. Take along a local professional photographer and have them teach you about the features on your camera, lighting and composition.
Evening Wildlife Safari & Dinner in Lake Louise:
Enjoy the shorefront of Lake Louise, while other visitors are inside dining. Dine at one of Lake Louise's fantastic restaurants and afterwards slowly make your way back to Banff. Evening/dusk is prime wildlife watching and your local guide will be able to share stories of wildlife protection in Banff National Park while you spot for elk, bears, coyotes and wolves.