Get close to nature and enjoy the wilderness of Banff National Park and the surrounding areas of the Canadian Rockies. Strap a backpack on and hit the trail!
Leave the large backpacks behind and enjoy the beauty of the Canadian Rockies with a professional guide. It’s hard to beat a guided hiking or walking tour.
The Johnson Canyon to Ink Pots trail is the most popular day hike in Banff National Park, maybe all of Western Canada: it’s an easy hike with scenic payoffs.
A bit long and strenuous day hike, the hike up to Cascade Amphitheatre is still easily doable in a day, and provides access to glacier-carved geologic features.
This trail outside Banff in the Canadian Rockies’ Banff National Park runs for nearly 30 gorgeously scenic kilometers from Lake Minnewanka to Devil’s Gap.
Aylmer Pass can be a rigorously tough day-hike or a multi-day hike. Either way it provides stunning views of Lake Minnewanka and the Canadian Rockies.
C-Level Cirque trail brings you the mining history of the Canadian Rockies and views of Lake Minnewanka; it’s popular with history buffs and nature lovers.
This 4.3-km trail starts at the Cave & Basin historic site above Banff and follows a paved trail to the Marsh Trail; it intersects with longer trails as well.
In Banff National Park, melting glaciers carved the limestone rock in the Bow Valley to create Rats Nest Cave: a 4-km. long cave system for you to explore.
If waterfalls, lakes, mountains, alpine meadows and wildlife are on your list of things to see in Banff National Park then a sightseeing tour is for you.