Looking for the best things to do in Banff in April? Spring is just around the corner in Banff and as the snow thaws we start to transition towards summer activities. Here are some of the best, from horseback rides to glacier adventures and wildlife tours.
March in Banff National Park is powder month – you’ve been skiing all season, so get ready to tackle the terrain with ski shuttles to two of the best ski resorts in nearby BC. Tubing and the Johnston Canyon Evening Icewalk are two other top picks.
Banff National Park is without a doubt, home to the best skiing in Alberta – but did you know that also, some of the best skiing in British Columbia is also at Banff’s doorstep? You can get picked up from your hotel, transferred to the resort, and get a lift ticket, all for the same price as a lift ticket alone at the resort.
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.
Fact: there is always things to do and see in Banff, year round. Whether it’s wildlife, flora, fauna, or dramatic Rocky Mountain landscapes, there are many different views of Banff National places to explore. The best way to see Banff’s winter scenery, wildlife and hidden gems is on one of our sightseeing tours.
One of our best activities for family adventure in Banff is snowshoeing. With our tours in Kootenay National Park, you not only get to explore this neighbouring national park, but you stomp around completely care and stress-free.
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.
With five Banff dogsledding tour options to choose from in two locations, we have options to suit all needs
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,