In 1885, Banff National Park was the first to be designated as Canada's first, and the world's third, national park. Spanning 6,641 square kilometres (2,564 square miles) of valleys, mountains, glaciers, forests, meadows and rivers, Banff National Park also incorporates historic sites such as Cave and Basin National Historic Site and Banff Park Museum National Historic Site of Canada.
Banff National Park
September 24, 2018, by cnmoreno30
This park is beautiful. You can spend weeks to see every river, creek, lake, trail ... The view on the road and all the stops and hikes are stunning! This National Park is really worth it :D
September 24, 2018, by Andrea N
It was one of the most beautiful place that I have ever visited in my life. To take pictures it’s better to go in the morning, in a sunny day. The water is so blue that doesn’t seem real. You don’t...
“Views for days!”
September 23, 2018, by Chris L
We loved our time in the park hiking. Even on the days that didn’t have perfectly clear skies, there was so much beauty to see. We hiked Lake Louise and the Plain of Six Glaciers teahouse. It is a...