Banff Alberta offers stunning views of Canada's Rocky Mountain region. Located inside of a national park, visitors to Banff are minutes away from beautiful mountain biking and hiking paths in Stoney Squaw, ski slopes down Mt. Rundle, and placid canoeing and fishing on Lake Minnewanka just to name a few locations.
After a long day you can head to the Banff Hot springs and enjoy a naturally occurring bath in the springs that are 38Â°C (100Â°F) all year round. While relaxing in the springs you can enjoy awe inspiring views of Mt. Rundle. If you plan to visit in the Winter, common activities include skating across one of many local lakes (Lake Minnewanka, Lake Louise, Johnson Lake, and the Vermilion Lakes), nostalgic horse-drawn sleigh rides around the holiday season, and, of course, taking to the ski slopes at any one of the three local resorts (Sunshine Village, Ski Norquay, and Lake Louise Mountain Resort). During the warmer months there are plenty of trails to hike, lakes to swim in, and even golf at the gorgeous Banff Springs Golf Course.
Whether you're traveling with your family, booking a corporate retreat, or looking for a place to get away with that "special someone", be sure to ask your travel agent for plenty of information about Banff Alberta.
When in Banff, consider staying at this Banff hotel:
Banff Inn501 Banff Avenue Â· Banff Â· Alberta Â· T1L 1A9 Â· 403-762-8844
The Banff Inn offers modern hotel accommodations located on Banff Avenue, only minutes away from the downtown shops, restaurants and many of Banff's attractions "Parking your car basically across your room is quite convenient. For the rest, standard but neat hotel.