Moraine Lake



Seasonal, Late Spring to Early Fall

Situated in the Valley of Ten Peaks, Moraine Lake is a glacially fed lake, at the elevation of 1885m. The deep blue shade is due to rock silt deposited into the Lake due to melting glaciers. Read More >>

Vermilion Lake Banff National Park


Vermilion Lakes Rd Banff National Park, Improvement District No. 9, AB

Year Round.

About Vermilion Lakes,  Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada A series of lakes formed in the Bow River valley, Banff National Park, the Vermilion Lakes in Alberta is a wetland which is an excellent place for viewing wildlife. Read More >>

Lake Minnewanka



Year round

Named ‘Water of the Spirits’ by the First Nations, Lake Minnewanka is a glacial lake fed by Cascade river and is the largest body of water in the Banff National Park. Enjoy the exhilarating scenery of Lake with Mount Inglismaldie and Fairholme range as the backdrop. Read More >>

Mt Assiniboine


Mt. Assiniboine Provincial Park

Year Round. Activities Vary.

Mt Assiniboine Provincial Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site and situated along the continental divide, in British Columbia. Named after Assiniboine people, the park’s name sake, Mt Assiniboine sits at an elevation of 3,618m and is also called “Matterhorn of the Canadian Rockies”. Read More >>

Cave & Basin National Historic Site


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 >>

Sunshine Meadows


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 >>

Cascade Gardens - Park administrative building

101 Mountain Avenue, Banff, AB

Late spring and summer to view the garden in full bloom.

Cascade Gardens in Banff National Park is a well-landscaped garden with a varied mix of annuals and perennials surrounding the park administrative building. Parks Canada took over the Brett Sanatorium and Hotel built in the 1880s, when it burned down in 1930 and converted it into the present day gardens. Read More >>


Johnston Canyon,Banff National Park, Improvement District No. 9, AB.

Year Round.

Johnston Canyon was caused by erosion of limestone rock as Johnston Creek, a tributary of Bow River, empties into the Bow River. Over thousands of years, the erosion has formed gorges and waterfalls. Read More >>