Things to see in Banff

Tips from real travelers about attractions and what to see in Banff.
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  • Lake Louise is a glacial lake located a few miles from a town of the same name and the amazing Icefields Parkway in Banff National Park in the Canadian Rockies. The lake is beautiful not only for its colors, but for the glacier that...
  • Banff is the oldest and probably the best known of Canada's National Parks, and it's where you can find the two postcard-perfect images of the Canadian Rockies, Lake Louise and the Lake Moraine. Banff is also the most-visited Nation...
  • Moraine Lake is one of the most famous lakes in Canada (it even appears on the $20 bills). It's located in Banff National Park in the Valley of the Ten Peaks, only a few miles from Lake Louise. The attention-grabbing blue color is c...
  • A beautiful lake that I could only see from above at a road viewpoint. It has beautiful glacial blue tones that contrast with the surrounding vegetation. It's certainly a place that you have to visit.
  • The National Parks of the Rockies are one of the biggest attractions in Canada. They are spread between the states of Alberta and British Columbia, although the best known and visited parks are Banff and Jasper, which belong to the ...
  • This day, our Canadian tour, highlighted by the spectacular waterfalls we saw: Wapta falls, impressive for its breadth and quantity of water, and Takakkaw Falls, spectacular for its height. We cannot forget the Natural Bridge and E...
  • I love the mountains, I adore them ... And especially seeing them dressed all in white. The Columbia Glacier is another must see in Canada. With a "bus" you can go up half of the lower glacier where you leave the vehicle in question...
  • Located just five minutes from downtown Banff in the Canadian Rockies, cable cars climb the 2300 meters to Sulphur mountain in eight minutes. From this viewpoint you can see the whole Bow River valley, the town of Banff and its surr...
  • Even in the busy summer months, it is relatively easy to get completely lost in the vastness of the the Canadian Rockies national parks, especially if you are willing to leave the beaten path behind and avoid the highway. In fact, m...
  • This is the "crown jewel" off the Canadian Rockies. Lake O'Hara and the surrounding areas aer some of the best-conserved areas anywhere in the Canadian Rockies. It's found within Yoho National Park and, although it's less-visited t...
  • After visiting the lake, it is easy to see where this beautiful glacial lake gets its name (Emerald Lake). Emerald Lake is located in Yoho National Park , and its one of the largest lakes and one of the most interesting hiking area...
  • The road that runs parallel to Johnston Canyon is a highly recommended stop in the outskirts of Banff. Starting from Johnston Canyon Lodge, there are two sections: the lower falls, that you can reach in less than half an hour, and t...
  • You can see a video http://www.Youtube.Com/watch?V=ZBPnAo_CB1g about Lake Louise in Alberta and get to know some activities you can do there like skiing, get to know Banff, stay in luxury hotels and enjoy beautiful landscapes. Other...
  • One of the essentials of Banff National Park is to jump on the cable car that crown the hills overlooking the town of Banff and view a good part of the Rockies from its summit. The cable car, known as the Banff Gondola, is an at...
  • The Path of the Six Glaciers is the most popular route in the vicinity of Lale Louise in the Canadian Rockies, it is a journey that can be done in a day (it is about 17 kms) and is relatively flat terrain that offers fantastic views...
  • If there is something that cannot be denied, it is that the beauty of the environment of Morraine Lake is one of the main attractions of Banff National Park. Many people come here by bus, take the necessary picture, and return just ...
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