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
“So much to experience”
January 16, 2018, by KevinMiller1956
Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, Lake Minnewanka, Johnson Canyon, Bourgeau Lake, Sentinel Pass, Lake Annette ...
January 14, 2018, by DavidGunn1
Although Banff Park could be considered too car friendly, there is lots to see and do in the park. It has many scenic vistas, easy access, and lots of things to do for families
“Peyto Lake Lookout”
December 16, 2017, by BMphotoTours
This is a great way to break up the drive to Jasper, or a great day trip, or a half day trip from Banff, Lake louise or Canmore.