The town of Banff's dedicated yoga studio offers over 25 weekly drop in classes. Styles range for all levels of ability and experience; including Ashtanga, Flow, Yin Yoga, Hatha, Restorative, meditation and healing yoga. Workshops/International Retreats & Yoga Trainings are just some of the wonderful experiences to choose from. Established in 2009, Rocky Mountain Yoga is a community minded space that welcomes residents and visitors from all over the world. We are open year round and provide quality instruction with exceptional experiences. Located in the heart of downtown Banff and walking distance for many, you'll find us on the 2nd floor in the Bison Courtyard-right above the warm and fragrant scents of the Wild Flour Bakery. Practice facing the majestic views of Cascade Mountain. RMY is an intimate space of 1000sq ft. We have a women's and men's changeroom, 1 washroom, props and mat rentals.
Located in the Delta Banff Royal Canadian Lodge on Banff Avenue, The Grotto Spa offers variety of treatments including massages, body wraps & facials. Spa guests have full access to the indoor salt water mineral pool, featuring a rock waterfall and Eucalyptus steam room.
There's hands-on fun for everyone at Crock A Doodle. Paint your own pottery and enjoy some relaxed creative time transforming ready to paint pottery into your own amazing works of art. Pieces are glazed and kiln-fired overnight, ready the following day.
7 Night stay including airport transfers & 6 day lift tickets (Flights not included).
Spend 10 nights at the fantastic Moose Hotel & Suites on Banff Avenue. Including an evening spent atop Sulphur Mountain at 2,900ft to discover the night sky at Banff's 360-degree observation deck.
7 nights at the Mount Royal Hotel including return flights from London and transfers.
World-class adventure landscape photography tours...We believe that the perfect picture starts with adventure. Travelling through the back country, chasing the light is what drives us to create images that showcase nature at its best. Canada has no shortage of raw beauty and we want to share some of our favourite spots with you. Our team of top photographers will take you on an adventure of a lifetime, capturing images that wanderers crave and sharing our highly detailed processing secrets.
Get the most out of your Canadian Rockies experience by accompanying our professional interpretive guides as they lead you through marvelous backdrops of snow covered mountain peaks and waterfalls frozen in mid stream. Or opt to explore snow-covered forests and along the shorelines of frozen lakes surrounded by picturesque mountain ranges by snowshoe, the easiest way to experience the magic of winter.
Driving tour apps that are "Like Having A Tour Guide In Your Car"™. All the benefits of a guided tour with the freedom to drive yourself. The apps use GPS technology to play the commentary automatically. Our guides have created tours that share stories, tips and advice of the surrounding area. Works offline, so doesn't require roaming or data. Scenic drive routes throughout Alberta including Banff, Lake Louise, Jasper, Icefields Parkway, Drumheller, Waterton and Alberta SW. Travel Alberta ALTO Award winner.
The Banff Craft Beer Festival takes place at the home of Canada's first national park and is held each year in late November. The Cave and Basin National Historic Site is beautifully set at the base of the Canadian Rockies, and is now home to the world's most beautiful beer festival. Throughout the night, sample amazing food from some of Banff's best pubs and restaurants, try an offering of beers from Alberta's own breweries and share stories with local brew masters.
Come get your photo with Santa down at the Historic Banff Train Station! Tell him all your Christmas wishes for the holiday season.Santa will take photos from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. and then again from 1:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Banff Park Museum National Historic Site is offering free admission Friday November 23, 2018. Visit for a glimpse of more than 5,000 botanical and zoological specimens. Enjoy the temporary exhibit 'Banff Bison Return', and stroll through exhibit cases filled with a collection of stuffed wildlife over one hundred years old. Don't forget to appreciate the building's architecture - this is oldest surviving federal building in any Canadian national park. In 2017, to celebrate Canada 150, Parks Canada offered free admission and welcomed over 27 million visitors. What better way to say “thank you” than to offer a free admission day? Admission is already free on Canada Day, but Parks Canada has added another day for you to enjoy your favourite activities without paying any admission fees.