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Banff Travel Guide Canada - When it comes to planning a ski vacation in the Canadian region, a trip to Banff is a worthy selection for top-notch ski trails, breathtaking scenery, and satisfying accommodations and eateries. Whether it is the summer or the winter, the fun is non-stop, served with a heavy dose of entertaining nightlife and exciting outdoor activities.

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As you soak up the mountains, glaciers, rivers, and pine trees that characterize Banff scenery, you will find delight in the array of hotel accommodations in Banff Canada. The natural surroundings that Banff provides a visitor to the city are overwhelming, where the majestic peaks, colorful forests, and interesting wildlife keeps your interest pumping.

Not only do you get a chance to breathe in the clean, fresh air of the city, but also explore a World Heritage Site in the process. The spectacular Banff National Park is one of the oldest of its kind throughout Canada. A high amount of tourists come to the area to enjoy the many different sights and activities beyond the popular ski package.

In Banff, Canada, you could select from a cozy lodge to a luxury stay at one of the ritzy hotels. When looking for an economical lodging selection, the Red Carpet Inn, situated at 425 Banff Ave provides accommodations under $50 per night. Cable television, free local call, and air conditioning are just some of the amenities included with this inexpensive price tag.

For a moderately priced hotel in Banff, the Banff Hidden Ridge Resort Condo, located at 901 Hidden Ridge Way features rooms for a little over $100 per night. When considering a stay here, you should know that no smoking is tolerated on the premises. The Castle Mountain Chalets, located at Bow Valley Pkwy, offers rooms for $200 per night, as well as access to a convenient fitness center and game room.

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Banff Interesting Facts

  • Banff is at an elevation of 1,383 meters, making it the highest town in Canada.
  • Banff is surrounded by Tunnel Mountain, Mount Rundle, Cascade Mountain, Mount Norquay, and Sulphur Mountain.
  • Mt. Forbes is the highest mountain in Banff National Park at 3,612 meters.
  • The name "Banff" comes from Banffshire, Scotland, birthplace of two of the original directors of the Canadian Pacific Railway.
  • The Banff Park Museum was built in 1903.
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Banff Map We have a nice interactive street map of Banff Canada. You can use it to find any location you need in Banff Canada.

Banff Weather

Banff WeatherIf your interested in finding out the weather forcast for Banff Canada we have a weekly weather forcast to help plan your trip.

Banff Photos

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