Banff is a magical wonderland when seen through young eyes. No matter what age they are, visiting Banff with your children will awaken their sense of wonder and show them how amazing the natural world can be. To make the most of your trip to the Rockies here are five fantastic things to do with kids in Banff.
There’s lots of factors to consider when deciding how far in advance to book your tours. While you could wait until you arrive in Banff and may still be able to book on tours at the last minute, there are a lot of advantages to booking in advance.
There is no better way to peel kids away from technology than to place them in adventure at a young age – Banff National Park is perhaps the best place to introduce young explorers to what awaits past a screen. Let’s take a deep snowy dive into which are Banff’s best family activities in winter, and why.
The old saying in Banff goes, “If you don’t like the weather, just wait 20 minutes.” Alberta temperatures are notorious for their unpredictable fluctuations and when traveling in the Rocky Mountains you never know what the weather will do next. So what should you pack when you visit Banff? Here are a few tips.
There’s so much to do in Banff, it’s impossible to fit it all in during a single visit. And yet, you don’t want to miss out on the absolute best attractions from sightseeing gondolas to famous glacier lakes. So that’s where this quick guide comes in.
We’ve come a long way from the days when the only way to get from Calgary to Banff was on horseback. You’ve now got a lot more options to choose from and whether you choose to drive, take a shuttle service, a bus, private transfer or taxi, the journey is truly spectacular.
Iconic to the great white north and our most popular activity is dogsledding. These docile and well-trained animals take you on a journey like no other through our Rocky Mountains but book early! Dogsledding tours sell out well in advance.
Banff is one of the most amazing places in the world with a lot of ‘priceless’ and free viewpoints. But in peak seasons, it’s not exactly a cheap place to visit. Here are a few tips that will help you to significantly cut down your Banff trip costs, so that you can stretch your travel dollars further.