It may not always feel like it in the air, but spring isn’t far away! With the turn of the season just around the corner, now is your last chance to plan one final winter hurrah in Banff National Park! At Banff Adventures, we’re proud to be your all-access fun in the Rockies all year round. Below, we'll let you know some of the best cold-weather activities you shouldn’t miss out on before spring rolls in. Read on to learn more!
While there’s certainly no denying that Banff is a natural paradise all year round, there’s something extra magical about winter in the mountains. Snow-capped peaks and tranquil air make Banff the perfect (not-so) sleepy town to escape to for those wanting to breathe fresh air and recharge. In addition to the many ski hills that bring in countless visitors each year, a few favourite ways to enjoy winter in Banff include:
Christmas may be over, but the magic of winter reigns supreme in Banff all season long! Sleigh rides are a wonderful way to enjoy the region and make memories with your loved ones. Banff Adventures family rides in both a western or private one-horse sleigh, as well as romantic private sleigh rides that are perfect for proposals or couples looking to make
Ice walks are another family-friendly activity thanks to the carved pathway that winds through Grotto and Johnston Canyon. Guided tours will help you learn more about the area and navigate through the canyon safely, ensuring you have the right gear to traverse with ease!
The Banff Gondola
The Banff Gondola treats you to a soaring ride (7500 ft above sea level, in fact) all the way to the top of Sulphur mountain, where you’ll find a world-class interpretive centre and fine dining courtesy of the Sky Bistro. Great for adventurers of all levels, you can explore at your leisure and go for a chilly stroll along the boardwalk.
Can’t decide what to pick? Why miss out?! Our activity packages give you even more fun for less and make it easy to tackle multiple things while you’re visiting!
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