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.
Gorgeous views, wildflowers, wildlife, alpine lakes, and glaciers, it’s no surprise that hiking and sightseeing in Lake Louise is an iconic attraction. There are a variety of things to explore, but if you are looking for an enriching summer adventure, escape the crowds at Lake Louise Ski Resort Summer Gondola.
Each year Canadians have traditionally flocked south to escape the chill of winter. While a winter vacation in Banff & Lake Louise may not offer sand between your toes, it is guaranteed to warm your heart, brighten your spirits and shed some sunshine on your soul.
Mt. Norquay has a unique experience to celebrate Alberta’s spectacular summers. Just minutes from the town of Banff, experience a peaceful chair ride up above the clouds where you can gaze across the vast and impressive Banff National Park landscape. Here at 6840ft there is an adventure for all ages and abilities.
With the Bow Valley Parkway road being closed east of Castle Junction and freshly paved, it’s one of the smoothest, most enjoyable, vehicle free road rides in Banff National Park! Not to mention the incredible sights you can experience along the way.
To ensure that you get the most out of your vacation, everything you need to know to safely plan your getaway to Banff National Park.
Complete itinerary for enjoying summer in Banff National Park.
Thinking of trying paddleboarding (SUP) for the first time? We recommend experiencing it against a jaw-dropping backdrop of Banff National Park.
Cycling is an amazing way to explore Banff National Park. Moving at a slower pace, you can engage more deeply with your surroundings.