Join two popular winter guided hiking tours with Discover Banff Tours on this package deal. See glittering frozen falls on the Johnston Canyon Icewalk in the morning and in the afternoon, crunch your snowshoes through fresh powder to see the historical Paint Pots and try a crazy carpet slide.
Enjoy a beautiful snowshoe tour beneath a blanket of stars and lit by the moon. Then, return to the Village Centre to enjoy chocolate fondue by the fire. The perfect date night for outdoorsy couples! Valid on select dates only. Inquire about private tours.
This easy snowshoe tour in Banff National Park will allow you to get away from the crowds and explore a Canadian winter wonderland. Follow the steps of the legendary fur traders on snowshoes and discover Continental Divide wilderness atop the boundary between Alberta and British Columbia. Tours start in December.
This trail starts at the roadway into Old Baldy Campground. It climbs along an abandoned road through open fields and mixed forests. From the top, there is a spectacular view of Horseshoe Canyon landslide and rolling rangeland to the north. This is an excellent trail for mountain biking.
This trail parallels the northern edge of the Cypress Hills Plateau. It has spectacular views of the prairie to the north and connects with Highline Trail. The trailhead is just past the Texas gate on Reesor Road (left side of road). Parking is in the corral staging area across the road from the trailhead.
Discover Alberta’s fish, wildlife and aquatic ecosystems at Bow Habitat Station. Whether you’re a small fry or over the gill, there’s year-round fun for the whole family. Look into the eyes of Alberta's different fish species in the Discovery Centre aquariums; discover what it takes to raise millions of fruit each year; test your luck fishing in the Trout Pond (May 15-Oct 31); or take a stroll along the trails of the Interpretive Wetland. The experience will leave you hooked!