333 Guest House

333 Muskrat St, Banff, Banff National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, T1L-1B3, Canada | B&B
Prices starting from $99.00

Travel Blogs from Banff

On the road from Lake Louise to Banff

A travel blog entry by simonandamanda

... but a giant rock fall, the lake kept its name regardless. We climbed up the steep Rock Pile walk and Max pointed out rocks which had a ripple pattern on them, a relic of millions of years ago when the rocks were under the sea. We saw a cute little rodent called a Pika, and were reminded by signs to watch out for bears. On reaching the viewpoint over the lake we were rewarded by the usual stunning views of snow-topped mountains and clear, blue, peaceful waters. ...

How can you not love the word Banff?! Banff!

A travel blog entry by foodblubber


... It really is a very interesting story.

On our last evening we decided to go on a critter hunt down by the golf course. We were very unlucky and saw not one critter. Close to our accommodation we saw a giant bull elk making himself comfortable for the night. So maybe we headed off too late and it was bed time.

Sunset is at about 10pm, sunrise is at around 5.30am. I guess animals, like me, need more sleep than the sun.

Beautiful Banff

A travel blog entry by klbrown


... home to an endangered species of snail. Went for an early evening soak in the upper hot springs and were disappointed at the very long slow lineup to get in at this time of year. Surprisingly busy and poorly operated. Didn't go back again. Expenses: Camp site full services 2 nites: $72.00 Gas: $20.00 (for toad) National Park Pass : $137.00 good for national park $ historic sites across ...

Icefields Parkways

A travel blog entry by donnae


... pecking away. They eat carpet ants from these trees. Everything else on the drive down was pretty well closed, more waterfalls, glaciers, and hiking trails. A couple of the roads that were opened, we didn't want to risk it as we don't have any chains for the car. Anyway the drive was so awesome. Now in Banff for a couple of nights. Off Dog Sledding ...

Lake Louise -here we come

A travel blog entry by walkersusa2013


... the Info Centre to get maps for tomorrow and saw notices everywhere about bear and elk activity.  Stay away from any wild animal as they are dangerous; take bear spray, leave your dogs at home; hike in groups of 4 or more; if you see buffaloberries get out of there as the bears love them and will be close by. Back to the Lake Louise RV Campgrounds for the night with a lovely fire to keep us ...


This B&B, located on 333 Muskrat St, Banff, is near Discover Banff Tours, Lake Maligne, Brewster Adventures, and Snowtips-Bactrax.
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