9 tips for pet friendly Banff & Lake Louise vacations
Dog-friendly adventure vacation planning tips for Banff & lake Lousie.
Bow Valley Pub Crawl
Albertans have a dicey history with alcohol. From 1916 to 1923, we were under a province-wide prohibition — but that didn’t stop Albertans from enjoying a drink. The Crowsnest Pass, […]
The Best Hidden Patios in Banff and Lake Louise
Now, when we say “hidden” we don’t mean unknown; we mean tucked away from the foot traffic of Banff and Lake Louise’s most popular spots. All of these patios provide […]
5 Ways to Get the Most Out of the Rest of Your Summer
Take in the View at Lake Louise Make memories at 6,893 ft with Lake Louise’s Summer Sightseeing Gondola. You will be able to take in a new perspective of the […]
5 Places for a Sunrise Paddle in Banff National Park
There’s something special about that early morning calm, particularly when it’s spent on the water. With the glassy, untouched surface of a glacial lake reflecting the grandeur of the surrounding […]
How to Get Around Banff National Park this Summer
With so much to see and do in Banff National Park this summer, you’ll want to get from A to B as seamlessly as possible to maximize your time exploring. […]
A Fall Guide to Banff & Lake Louise
The season of golden larches is arguably one of the most beautiful times of year to visit Banff National Park. Whether you’re interested in the endless fall activities, or simply enjoying the incredible fall foliage, autumn is an amazing time to take advantage of all the warm-weather activities before the winter months arrive.
Stand-Up Paddleboard in Banff on These 6 Scenic Lakes
Take out a stand-up paddleboard in Banff National Park this summer with the help of the SkiBig3 Adventure Hub – from gear, tips, and instructional how-to’s!
Five Rockies Larch Hikes to Discover Before the Snow Falls
It’s our second favourite time of year! When larch trees in the Canadian Rockies turn to their yellow hue, it’s one of the first signs that winter is on the way. Some years this transition is fleeting, and other years it hangs on well into winter.