Things to Do in Banff in March: Events, Activities and Festivals happening in Banff during March 2017.
Visit the roaring Bow Falls, go up on the historic chairlift on Mt. Norquay, head to Surprise Corner, which offers stunning views of the surrounding Banff National Park. See Hoodoos, sedimentary rocks that have been eroded into needle like points! Go on a Lake Minnewanka Cruise, experience the breathtaking views of Lake Louise, travel Bow Valley Parkway, hike Johnston Canyon.
Stargaze at Banff Gondola, join for torchlight ski at Lake Louise Ski Resort on Valentine’s Day or enjoy a Cliffhouse Moonlight Valentines Dinner at Mt Norquay Ski Resort. Enjoy a concert by Canadian soprano, Measha Brueggergosman at Eric Harvie Theatre or dance the night away with electronic dance music legends Infected Mushroom.
Canadian Rockies with its awe inspiring snow-capped mountains and glaciers hanging on precipitous cliffs make for a trip of a lifetime. The untouched beauty of the Rockies is best enjoyed through views from up above.
Spread over 6,641 sq. km along the magnificent Canadian Rockies, Banff National Park is located in Alberta, a prairie province of Canada. Banff National Park with its snow-capped mountains, ethereally coloured glacial lakes and abundant wildlife is a must visit place, recommended by all travel gurus.
Things to Do in Banff in January: Highlights include Ice Magic Festival at Lake Louise, Banff’s Big Taste, a 5 Day Culinary Festival and Winter Carnival at Cave and Basin National Historic Site.
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1 Whitehorn Road, Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada T0L 1E0
Mid November to Mid May
The only ski area in Canada to hold the FIS Ski World Cup circuit, Lake Louise Ski resort is one of the three ski resorts in Banff National Park. It has a total of 145 runs (marked + back bowls) with 25% beginner, 45% intermediate and 30% advanced . Read More >>
1 Whitehorn Road, Lake Louise, Alberta.
Late Spring - Early Fall
Lake Louise Gondola connects the southern slope of the Merlin Ridge of the Slate Range to Whitehorn lodge on the Mount Whitehorn, through a ski lift. The main ski lift of Lake Louise resort named Grizzly Express Gondola, takes visitors up to an altitude of 2088m (6850ft) above sea level. Read More >>
Banff National Park, Alberta
Mid June to Early October
Sunshine Meadows better known as home to Sunshine Village, is famous for its beautiful setting with alpine meadows covered with carpet of fire weed and glacier lilies with the snow-capped Canadian Rockies as backdrop. Accessible via road only during summer, Sunshine Meadows is a hikers paradise. Read More >>
311 Cave Ave, Banff, AB T0L 0C0
Year round, Hours Vary
the Cave & Basin National Historic Site is the birthplace of all national parks across the continents. This National Historic Site was built around natural thermal mineral springs in late 1800s. The interpretive centre displays heritage of the thermal waters and the history of national parks. Read More >>
Mid June to Thanksgiving weekend
Mt Norquay, one of the three famous Ski Resorts in Banff National Park, has reopened the North American Chairlift, 1950’s Tea house, along with a new mountaineering/ hiking activity – Via Ferrata from June 19, 2014. Via Ferrata is Italian for ‘Iron Path’. The Via Ferrata at Mt. Read More >>
Events Banff Events Calendar
Cave and Basin National Historic Site, 311 Cave Ave, Banff
March 25, 2017
Join us for an evening hosted by Canadian Olympian curler John Morris. Curling movies, old and new, and first-hand stories of bonspiel bonanzas and Olympic Gold. Who is it for? all-ages HOW MUCH Tickets : $10. Read More >>
Margaret Greenham Theatre, 107 Tunnel Mountain Drive, Banff
March 25, 2017
An evening of Americana, country, gypsy, blues, and jazz. Featuring Canadian country music artist, Russell deCarle; fiddler and multi-instrumentalist, Fats Kaplin; country music artist and composer, Mike Reid; and American country music artist, Kevin Welch. deCarle, Kaplin, Reid, and Welch are faculty for Banff Centre’s Singer Songwriter Residency. Read More >>