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An Alberta town full of acclaimed restaurants, breweries, boutiques and art galleries, Banff makes for an exciting vacation in every season. Vacationers can spend their days hiking, relaxing in hot springs and boating on the lakes. Banff’s location within the Canadian Rockies also makes it easy for visitors to access Banff National Park, which boasts some of the world’s most beautiful vistas. Inside the park, travelers can admire sweeping views of the Bow River Valley from the Banff Gondola or while schussing the slopes at the park’s three ski resorts.

Why Go To Banff

If you’re itching to experience the lifestyle of a Swiss skiing village, but don’t want to fork over the cash for a trans-Atlantic flight, consider Banff. Thanks to its location in the heart of the Canadian Rockies near the southeastern border of Banff National Park – Canada’s first national park – taking trips here will decrease not only your flight time from the U.S. but also your expenses (although only marginally). Banff caters to intrepid explorers who prefer to end the day in a nice hotel rather than roughing it at the campgrounds (though, there are plenty of those, too). Opportunities for adventure abound, so pick your sport: Ski down Mount Norquay, hike to the massive, free-standing limestone pillars known as the Hoodoos, “scramble” up the face of the Stoney Squaw Mountain or bike along Healy Creek. When you are exhausted, retreat to your cozy (and warm) resort, and replenish yourself with a hefty helping of bison meat.

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    2 Stops
    4 Star Accomodation
    Airport Transfer
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Tour Plan


Day 1

  • Arrive to Calgary International Airport.
  • Upon arrival meet your airport representative. Transfer to your Hotel in Banff.
  • Check in to the hotel. Rest of the day is free at leisure.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel in Banff.

Day 2

  • Free day at leisure.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel in Banff.

Day 3

  • Free day at leisure.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel in Banff.

Day 4

  • Free day at leisure.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel in Banff.

Day 5

  • Free day at leisure.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel in Banff.

Day 6

  • Free day at leisure.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel in Banff.

Day 7

  • Free day at leisure.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel in Banff.

Day 8

  • Departure transfer to airport for return trip.

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Best Things To Do in Banff
Seasons dictate the popular activities of Banff. In the winter, skiing is king. In the summer, hiking, biking, scrambling (a mix of hiking and rock climbing) and fishing rule. If you make the trek to Banff, you probably have an outdoor sport in mind. Take advantage of the rugged terrain in whatever manner you see fit. On your day off, leave your posh resort to explore the stores and restaurants in downtown Banff, which encompasses just 1 ½ square miles and sits at an elevation of 4,537 feet, making it the highest town in Canada.
Best Times to Visit Banff
The best times to visit Banff are June to August and December to March. Nature lovers will want to get to the park when the weather is warm and welcoming (and while the hotel rates in town are at a reasonable level). The skiers, however, will want to vacation in the height of winter. Depending on what you want to do, Banff can be seen as an almost year-round destination (although fall can be a bit of a gamble). Temperatures fluctuate dramatically throughout the year; average winter temperatures range from the single digits to the low 30s. During the summer, average temperatures range from 40 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit. No matter when you choose to visit, plan to wear sunglasses, a hat and plenty of sunscreen to protect against UV exposure: The sun at these alpine altitudes is strong.

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