These are vintage tours with a modern twist.
Climb on board our new custom vehicles to explore the people, places and moments that have made Banff into what it is today. Our vintage-inspired coaches have the look and feel of the 1930s—including a fully-open roof and a guide in period costume, plus they come with modern comforts like USB charging ports for your phone.
Experience some of the best family fun and adventure in Banff National Park. We have compiled a list of the 'must do's' to check out during your Banff visit. There's everything from bike riding, to canoeing and even soaring to new heights on the Banff Gondola.
Explore Banff National Park on two wheels. No cars and surrounded by nature with beautiful views of lakes, creeks and mountains. Take your cycling beyond the ordinary and make it an exhilarating experience. See below a list of trails from beginner to advanced.
Banff National Park is an amazing place. More than the trees, mountains and fresh, clear water, it is the home to abundant wildlife – bears, moose, elk and other critters – that inspire people’s imaginations and attract the park’s many visitors.
One of the major attractions of Banff National Park is the chance to see the incredible wildlife which call Banff their home. While a bear sighting is on the top of most people’s wishlist, there’s also opportunities to see such creatures Elk, Marmots and Bighorn sheep among others.
Tubing may just be the greatest winter activity you have never heard of, or, at least if you have, then you automatically think of it’s summer variant. Whereas summer tubing sends you coursing down river in large rubber tubes, the winter version sends you speeding down snowy mountain slopes for a truly thrilling ride. For those who are interested in trying this unique activity, we’ve got a Q&A on what it is and why you should definitely not miss out on it before the season ends.