February in Banff National Park means fluffy snow that is deeper than ever – the powder months have arrived! Dogsledding, snowshoeing and sleigh rides are activities not to miss this month.
Looking for the best things to see and do in Banff in March? While officially February marks the end of winter, there’s still plenty of sub-zero weather and snowy fun to be had! As the temperatures start to warm a little it’s the perfect weather for activities such as skiing, snow tubing, winter hikes and more.
October is a month to remember in the Canadian Rockies – with cooling temperatures comes the changing of the seasons and the colours of the leaves. Here are our recommended top 6 October activities including fall horseback rides, Halloween ghost tours and more.
September is a month to remember in the Canadian Rockies – continuing warm summer weather with crisp morning air. Here are our recommended top 6 September activities including viewing the golden larch trees, seeing the famous elk rutting season, and visit Moraine Lake before it closes in early October.
Summer is in full swing and August is one of the warmest and busiest times of year in the Canadian Rockies. Here are our recommended top 6 August activities from sightseeing on the Icefields Parkway, visiting Jasper National Park and enjoying Banff’s best patios.
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.
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.