Alpine B & B
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Alpine B & B Banff
Travel Blogs from Banff
... sapphire, with the huge hotel now dwarfed by the peaks all around. we even had company in the form of a little critter with a ver big voice. Screaming like a bird as if to say I'm over here big birdie, come get me. Most peculiar,
We were no longer alone , other enthusiasts had joined us, many overtaking us as they strode towards their goal. We are not as young nor as fit as we were but ...
A very pretty ski resort town on the Bow river surrounded by the Rockies. Shopping is good, clothing reasonable price and plenty of vacancies for Help in shops as seen by adverts in windows.
Our bus took us up to the Gondola and we hopped on for the ride up to the top of Sulphur mountain. Great views and plenty of photo shots.
Seen little chipmunks and got a nice photo of a Marmot nibbling away. Supposed to be bears ...
... The cabin was comfortable and again meals generous. Bell and I were not impressed with the lavish offerings of free alcohol during the journey. We arrived in Banff at about 8-9pm and due to a mix up in rooms we did not get settled till about 11pm. The scenery again during the final phase of the trip was a joy to behold as you will see from Bell's photos though impossible to capture to show nature in ...
... party would take back.
something unexpected then occurred. It started to rain. The local experts told us it might be staying with us for some time. Dawn and i looked rather sheepish as we had made a joint decision (though mostly Dawn!) to leave our wet weather gear in the car as it probably wouldnt rain. The Skoki community rallied round as we explained our plight and we were offered gloves, ...
... o’clock in order to miss the hoards but we were only semi-successful on that score. Seemingly multiple great minds think alike in Banff… We didn’t let it deter us though as we knew the vast majority would only make it as far as the first 1.1km to the Lower Falls before calling it a day. The Canyon Walk continues on from that point for another 1.5km before arriving at Upper Falls (where we anticipated another ...