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World-renowned Banff National Park offers a small-town experience in the midst of the stunning Rocky Mountains.

Spend the day skiing at one of three world-class ski resorts; Mount Norquay, Sunshine Village and Lake Louise or cross-country ski on spectacular trails throughout the park. Snowshoeing, dog sledding, ice skating, ice walks and ice climbing are favourite outdoor activities.

For a more relaxed vacation, soak in Banff Upper Hot Springs to unwind. Take a tour to the top of Sulphur Mountain for bird’s eye view of Banff and the surrounding mountain ranges. Banff National Park with all its natural riches is the perfect place to enjoy all the Rocky Mountains has to offer. In the summer hiking, woodland walks, shopping, wildlife viewing, canoeing and touring the Town of Banff are the preferred activities.

Activities

Hiking, woodland walks, wildlife viewing, bird watching, Aboriginal museums and history, onsite walking trails, canoeing, golf, white water rafting, artisan shopping, downhill skiing, cross country skiing, skating, ice walks, Banff Upper Hot Springs, gondola rides, tubing, Banff Centre for performing arts, annual festivals and events.

Lodging

Juniper Main Entrance

Juniper Hotel & Bistro

Banff, Alberta

Perched at the base of Mt Norquay in national park woodlands, The Juniper is two kilometres from downtown Banff. For more than 60 years, Juniper guests have arrived with backpacks as well as suitcases, and throughout the day they see skis on the back deck, bags of climbing ropes, and plenty of bikes, smiles, and rosy cheeks. From the moment you arrive at this independently-owned hotel, their friendly and genuine staff will help you to discover the unique joy and wonder of Banff National Park. The onsite Juniper Bistro offers guests handcrafted meals that are the perfect complement to a day of hiking, cycling, skiing or downtown shopping. At The Juniper, Nature Feeds Well-Being.

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