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Popular Attractions in Banff

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Banff, Alberta T1L 1K2
Sulphur Mountain
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Sulphur Mountain is a mountain group found in Banff National Park. Because its color is like sulfur, it is called Sulphur Mountain. On the peak of the Sulphur Mountain, you can look out over Banff Town and the snowy mountains of Rocky Mountains. The scenery is amazing. Guests usually choose to take the cable car up the mountain, and as the cable car slowly rises, visitors can enjoy the scenery of different heights.
Banff Avenue
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Historical Site
Banff, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada
Bow Falls
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Banff, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada

Banff Travel Tips

Banff Transportation

Flights : Most people will first fly into Calgary international Airport, and then take the Banff Airporter to Banff. The Brewster Banff Airport Express route goes through the town of Banff, Calgary city, Lake Lewis, Canmore, Kananaskis Country and Jasper. You could arrange for pick up services through Mountain Limousine, which could bring you to Banff, Lake Lewis and Canmore.

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Best Experience in Banff

Come to Banff National Park to be close to nature and enjoy the outdoors; try out the local restaurants and savor the poutine (a local delicacy of fries, gravy and cheese) and take the cable cars to witness Banff’s mountainous beauty. During winter, enjoy the snow and you could go to the time honored Fairmont Banff Springs for the spa and relax into your holiday bliss.

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Helpful Information about Banff
Time Zone
UTC -7
Peak Season
June - September
Canadian Dollars
Emergency Phone Numbers
Police, Fire, Ambulance:911

Banff Weather

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Banff Weather
Banff welcomes its ‘short spring’ from May to the middle of June with the teeming up of the forest and with the occasional grizzly bear passing through; it entails a rather breathtaking moment. Summer is from mid-June to August and it is the ideal time for outdoor activities. With the sunny weather, you could stroll through the parks, go rock climbing, boating, and rafting. Autumn sets in from September to November, and with turning of the season the roads and sightseeing spots are starting to close down. You have to put on more clothing if you are planning to go outdoors. Mid-November to April begins the long winter season. This is best period of time for winter activities like skiing, ice climbing and soaking in the hot springs. In April, you could also watch the awakening of the hibernating bears in the mountains.

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A Must Visit in Banff: Cave and Basin National Historic Site
Cultural History
Natural Landscapes
National Parks
Banff is a unique metropolis located within Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada. The resort town has ample of boutiques, nightclubs, shops, fancy restaurants, and museums for its locals and tourists. Visit the Cave and Basin National Historic Site to experience the birthplace of Canada’s national parks and learn about the natural and cultural history of the mountains. Discover the hot water that seeps from the rocks, smell the minerals, and explore the trails. Enjoy it on your own or take one of the many guided tours. The Cave and Basin National Historic Site is a popular tourist attraction of Banff, which draws a lot of visitors to Banff.
TripBlog   Dec 19, 2019
12 Coolest Canada Cities Well Worth Visiting
Leisurely Vacation
Outdoor Recreation
Natural Landscapes
St. John's
Moose Jaw
Salmon Arm
Sault Ste.Marie
Thunder Bay
Canada is an alluring country not because of its great landscapes or its exclusive snow bears and ice castles but also because multicultural, diverse, energetic, amicable, and a safe place to live in. This country is one of the safest destinations to travel to or to set in camp. Canada has always been so accommodative of other sections of people. The natives are warm and friendly, and it isn’t a nightmare to start up a conversation with them. Sharing one of the world’s longest international border, with the United States of America, Canada has been at par in developing alongside the major power.
TripBlog   Oct 23, 2019
Top North American Ski Towns that Will Delight Even Non-Skiers
Cultural History
Natural Landscapes
Mont Tremblant
Park City
Lake Placid
Bretton Woods
Fresh powder covering the slopes, the glow from a roaring fireplace, Warren Miller playing on loop…if these images come to mind when you picture wintertime destinations, you may be a ski resort junkie. Of course there’s nothing at all wrong with this. Who can blame you for being in love with places that really come alive when the snow starts falling? For you it’s all skiing, all the time. Maybe your kids or your partner just don’t get the appeal, however. They’re not drawn to the slopes the same way you are. Sure they like going down a run or two, but it’s not really in their DNA like it is yours. So where are those places offering the best of both worlds? World-class runs and plenty of in-town entertainment. In this short essay we’re taking a look across North America to bring you the best of the best. These are the top North American ski towns that will delight even non-skiers.
TripBlog   Oct 21, 2019