Mt. Norquay Cliffhouse Bistro view of Banff and Mt. Rundle
Lake Louise Ski Resort
Lake Louise Ski Resort Base AreaThe Grizzly Express gondola can been seen towards the front, while the Glacier Express high speed quad is on the left.
Lake Louise Base Kokanee Cabin Web CamLooking towards the Lodge of the Ten Peaks (left) and Whiskey Jack Lodge (right), with the stunning Mount Temple (3,544m/11,627ft) in the background on the left and Lake Louise to the right. The Grizzly Express gondola can be seen in the far left.
Lake Louise Ski Resort FrontsideThe Lake Louise Ski Resort, as seen from the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise
Lake Louise Ski Resort Larch WebcamFrom atop the Grizzly Express gondola and Ptarmigan Quad, looking towards the Larch area.
Lake Louise Ski Resort Paradise TopFrom atop the Paradise Chair, looking towards the Top of the World and Mt. Whitehorn Summit Platter.
AMA Road Web Cams - Lake Louise Highway Cam
Sunshine Village Monarch CamFrom the Terrain Park looking west to Standish Ridge on Monarch Mountain, located in the Victoria Cross range, stands tall at 2,777m (9,111 ft) in height.
Sunshine Village Divide CamLooking down the continental divide, this is your only chance to ski in two provinces at the same time!
Sunshine Meadows Web CamRock Isle is one of the key attractions of Sunshine Meadows, hike it in the summer/fall, snowshoe it in the winter.
Sunshine Village Exit Highway CamGet the traffic scoop from the Sunshine Village highway exit cam, located at the turnoff for Sunshine Village 5 Minutes West of Banff.
Mt. Norquay Cliffhouse BistroTake a ride up Mt. Norquay's North American chair and from the Cliffhouse Bistro you get a one of a kind view of the town of Banff and Mt. Rundle
Lake Louise from the Fairmont Chateau Lake LouiseThe iconic Lake Louise, with the stunning Victoria Glacier as a backdrop. In the summer this lake is turquoise, while in the winter it is a poplular skating destination.
Bow Valley Towards Lake LouiseLooking down the Bow Valley, the turnoff to Sunshine Village is to the left, while Lake Louise is a short drive down the valley.
Town of Banff
Town of BanffOn the corner of Banff Ave and Caribou Street
Town of BanffOn Buffalo Street looking west towards the junction with Banff Avenue
Town of BanffLooking north up Banff Avenue across the Bow River Bridge
Town of BanffOn Spray Avenue at Rundle Avenue, looking south towards the Banff Springs Hotel
Town of BanffOn the corner of Banff Ave and Moose looking south