What to do while Traveling in Banff
As mystical as Banff may seem, full of beautiful mountains and gorgeous lakes, it's genuine and closer than most travelers would think.
12:28 09 June 2020
If you're considering going, and are at a loss of what to do when you arrive- here are some options to consider!
Covered Wagon and Horseback Tour
Because of the rich history of Banff, there are endless ways to get in touch with the past. If you want to get to know Banff in the most historically accurate way, traveling by wagon or horseback is the way to go! With well-trained animals and competent staff, you'll learn a thing or two while having fun.
Evening Wildlife Safari
A safari in Canada might sound strange, but Banff has enough wildlife to astound anyone. Animals ranging from moose to wolves live in this park, one of the last reserves for these wild animals where they can live their lives as naturally as possible. The safari gives viewers a chance to get close and personal with these animals without risking themselves. Trained park guides will lead you through while educating you on the incredible wildlife that you can't find anywhere else in the world
Cave and Basin National Historic Site
Another educational part of the park, this national historic site, is where Banff National Park started. At the mouth of a river, near the park's famous caves, Banff has a lot to thank this location. The incredible history will make you want to look for Banff houses for sale immediately, so you can live closer to it.
If educational visits aren't your style, you can cut loose on the park's outer edges and enjoy skiing. You'll get to see the beautiful views, while adrenaline pumps through your veins and sets your mind and heart alight. If you're new to skiing, you can also pick up classes to learn!
Walk Incredible Trails
Every inch of this park is beautiful, and walking these trails may be the best way to enjoy it. The park will unfold slowly around you, giving you stunning views that will leave phones and streaming apps far behind in your thoughts. The trails offered range from simple to complex, and have something available for anyone's ability.
The mountains in Banff are famous for their beauty. These gorgeous landmarks are easily recognizable to anyone who ever visits. The thing many don’t realize is within these mountains are endless caves and ravines that climbers and cave-explorers alike love to wander through! There are guided tours, as well as classes on how to climb and spelunk. Just make sure you’re not scared of the dark before you go.
If you’re not scared of heights, getting swept up into the sky and sloping down over the mountains may be your dream. It has a lot of breathtaking views and clean air to refill your lungs. These have to get planned since they're one of the most popular parts of the park, but if you want to enjoy views in every way you look, this is an attractive choice.