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Banff National Park

Nestled in the heart of the park, the town of Banff and nearby hamlet of Lake Louise have all the creature comforts and are your clients’ gateways to year round adventures. In Banff, they can experience Canadiana shopping and award winning restaurants on Banff Avenue and the famous thermal waters at the Banff Upper Hot Springs. A ride on the Banff Gondola to the top of a mountain offers breathtaking views in every direction. In Lake Louise they’ll find out why this famous lake is known as the jewel of the Rockies.Your clients can canoe on the lake and take an easy stroll around the lakeshore, or hike to the Lake Agnes Tea House. 

In summer, your clients can explore an abundance of trails as they watch for deer, elk, moose and bear. Recommend that they come back in winter to dive into deep powder on skis and snowboards and enjoying snowshoeing, dog sledding and canyon ice walks. 

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Banff Gondola
Banff Gondola

Ride to the top of Sulphur Mountain on the Banff Gondola and take in the breathtaking views in every direction. Surrounded by six mountain ranges, see the townsite of Banff nestled far below. Take a short hike along the walkway to Sanson’s Peak and watch for wildlife.

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Banff Upper Hot Springs
Banff Upper Hot Springs

Ride to the top of Sulphur Mountain on the Banff Gondola and take in the breathtaking views in every direction. Surrounded by six mountain ranges, see the townsite of Banff nestled far below. Take a short hike along the walkway to Sanson’s Peak and watch for wildlife.

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Cave and Basin
Cave and Basin

This recently restored iconic landmark commemorates the 1883 discovery of the hot springs that led to the creation of Canada’s first national park. Take the Discovery Tour to the original hot spring.

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Fairmont Banff Springs
Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel

Known as the Castle in the Rockies, this luxury resort in Banff National Park offers diverse summer activities and world class golf at its Stanley Thompson designed course. The resort features shops and boutiques, a bowling alley, championship golf and the award-winning Willow Stream Spa. The Banff Gondola and mineral-rich hot springs are minutes away, as is the alpine town of Banff.

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Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise
Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise

This elegant resort hotel is set in unspoiled wilderness at the edge of famous Lake Louise – known as the Jewel of the Rockies. Guests can hike to charming historic teahouses, paddle a canoe on the serene lake and relax in their exquisite suites.

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Lake Agnes Tea House
Lake Agnes Tea House

To get to the historic tea room, your clients will hike a scenic 7 km trail. At the top, they can celebrate their accomplishment with a steaming cup of tea and all the sweet treats they can eat before making the descent.

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Lake Minnewanka
Lake Minnewanka

Explore the largest lake in the park, just 15 minutes from the Banff townsite. Walk or cycle the trails around the lake, take an hour boat cruise, and enjoy a picnic lunch in the midst of spectacular alpine scenery.

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Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies

The culture, art and history of the Canadian Rockies are showcased through the galleries, exhibitions, heritage homes and special events at the Whyte Museum in Banff.

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