Summer Sightseeing Tours
The summer months in Banff are made for exploration and outdoor adventure. As temperatures climb and the snow melts, Banff’s remote regions offer the chance to spend blue-sky days hiking, wildlife watching, whitewater rafting, and tucking into alpine picnics.
But to truly appreciate Banff in summer, we recommend exploring with a local guide. Not only will you learn more about the region you’re visiting, but you’ll get the chance to enjoy a few extra-special experiences – from trekking to a remote teahouse in the mountains, to visiting an abandoned mining town, to riding across the Athabasca Glacier onboard a massive Ice Explorer vehicle.
- Journey to natural wonders including Bow Falls, Lake Louise, Moraine Lake and the Athabasca Glacier
- Learn about local wildlife, geology and the history of past explorers
- Tours range in duration from a short three-hour trip of Banff’s highlights to a two-day interpretive drive from Banff to Vancouver
- Smaller buses and regular stops mean everyone will have a chance to ask the guide questions while capturing gorgeous photos of the Rockies
- We spot wildlife on many of our tours and our large viewing windows help make sure you get a closer look
- Children aged 5 and under are free on most of our tours