From skating on a frozen glacier lake to playing in the snow on a sleigh ride, check out our top ten things to do in Banff and Lake Louise in Banff National Park, Canadian Rockies..

When the autumn turns to winter and the temperatures drop below freezing, a unique transformation occurs in the canyons – they turn into detailed, Narnia-like ice valleys that create the best icewalks in Banff. Canyons around the Canadian Rockies have been sculpted over thousands of years with the wind, water,

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. I once got sunburned during my school lunch break, yet walked home the same day in a hailstorm. When travelling in the Rocky Mountains you never know

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 to get from Cowtown to your mountain retreat. No matter which route you choose, 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.

A white Christmas in the mountains is a dream for guests – and December brings the start of the best snowy winter experiences to Banff. Here’s our Top 6 December activities including skating on a frozen lake, being pulled by a team of dogs through the snow, and stomping through fresh powder on snowshoes.

November is one of the quietest times to experience the beauty of the Canadian Rockies – with lots of festivals and events to enjoy as winter approaches. Here are our recommended top 6 November activities including hiking to frozen falls, seeing Lake Louise surrounded by snow, and visiting a wolfdog sanctuary.

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 visiting Lake Louise, walking on an ancient glacier and a mountain-top Harvest Festival.

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, to whitewater rafting, and a special evening tour to Lake Louise and Moraine Lake.