View from the Top: A Trip to the Top of the Canadian Rockies

View from the Top: A Trip to the Top of the Canadian Rockies

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.

A Concise Guide for Planning a Trip to Banff National Park

A Concise Guide for Planning a Trip to Banff National Park

Contents  About * Directions * Hours * Admission* Accommodation * Places to See & Things to do About Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada 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… Read More >>

Things to do in Banff in January

Things to do in Banff in January

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.

10 Things to Do at Lake Louise in Winter

10 Things to Do at Lake Louise in Winter

Lake Louise, famous for the its turquoise blue waters and backdropped by majestic mountains is a magical place to be in winter season. With an average annual snowfall of 3m (12ft), and almost every single winter activity available on its shores, Lake Louise is the place to be for an outdoor winter enthusiast.

Winter activities in Banff National Park

Winter activities in Banff National Park

From late fall to early spring, Banff National Park turns into a winter wonderland, becoming a dreamland for all kinds of winter activities.  Whether you want you go dog sledding, or a cozy private cutter romantic tour with your sweet heart or ski in three of the best ski resorts in Canada, Banff National Park provides you with plenty of fun options for a great winter fun trip.

Dog Sledding around Banff National Park

Dog Sledding around Banff National Park

List of dog sledding options in and around Banff National Park.