Travel Blogs from Banff, Canada

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The Ice Fields, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

The Ice Fields

A travel blog entry by the2poes

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... firearms as they walked through the campground.  When we are in heavy bear country I like to have my pistol with me, but Canada won't allow pistols.  Patti has a back up plan for situations like this.  She tells me she will be safe, ...

Banff, Week 4, Banff, Canada travel blog

Banff, Week 4

A travel blog entry by nickandmilly

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... keep it fairly quiet were all in vain as Caitlin decided to make it her life's mission to make sure that absolutely everyone in Banff and Lake Louise knew about my 33rd. As I emerged from the room that morning and gingerly entered the hotel reception to a ...

South to the Border, Lake Louise, Banff Springs, Calgary, Canada travel blog

South to the Border

A travel blog entry by nursephoto

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... Leaving British Columbia Province and heading East to Alberta Province is done by going through the Kootenay National Park of Canada. It is breathing taking and, of course, entails crossing the continental divide. This is the point where water flows ...

Lake louise, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Lake louise

A travel blog entry by rossport

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... things changed as all we could do was stare in awe at the scenery that was rushing towards us on the trans Canada highway, the mountains started out small and beautiful magestic looking even, when we got close enough it was magnificant, they soared to ...

Banff National Park -- Sulphur Mountain, Banff, Canada travel blog

Banff National Park -- Sulphur Mountain

A travel blog entry by drfumblefinger

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... 2,281-meter-high (7,486-foot) summit of Sulphur Mountain for one of the most famous views in Canada—a 360-degree panorama encompassing the town of Banff, the Bow River Valley and Banff Springs Hotel, and well known peaks like Cascade Mountain and ...

Grizzly Encounter, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Grizzly Encounter

A travel blog entry by rahall

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Spent the night here at Lake Louise....walked around the lake and drove to Moraine Lake.  Beautiful weather.  We had our first wildlife encounter...a grizzly bear walked past our campsite as we were cooking ...

Let the photos do the talking!, Banff, Canada travel blog

Let the photos do the talking!

A travel blog entry by middlemoss

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Wow gotta say Banff was a bit like Disneyland gone Alpine! Very pretty but were happy to buzz off outta there and spend the night in Lovely Lake Louise! First stop Moraine lake. check it out! Big day planned ...

To Banff - gateway to the Rockies, Banff, Canada travel blog

To Banff - gateway to the Rockies

A travel blog entry by jowhiting

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... to be a coffee shop on every corner. We dutifully sat down and had one as well as shared a lovely homemade cookie. Banff is the highest town in Canada and slap bang in the middle of a UNESCO World Heritage site. Its boundaries are fixed and there is no ...

First day in Banff, Banff, Canada travel blog

First day in Banff

A travel blog entry by whernside

... TV room, I said I may see her later. In the evening I was bored, Kelly was settled for the movie night in, so I headed into Banff to check out the town, great feel to it, lively, all the shops open to about 21:30, I bought some gifts and generally ...

Climbing Sulphur Mountain in Banff, Banff National Park, Canada travel blog

Climbing Sulphur Mountain in Banff

A travel blog entry by marcelo.heather

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Marcelo and I made our way via greyhound to Banff, a little town in the middle of the Alberta Rockies. We really felt the loss of not driving here as there were so many wonderful things to do in the area. The lakes and glaciers to mention but a few. ...

Oot and Aboot in Banff, Banff, Canada travel blog

Oot and Aboot in Banff

A travel blog entry by max1998

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... the gondola ride up Sulphur Mountain. This was one of Mom's "must do" and it was tons of fun. Afterwards, we walked around Banff a bit, which was easy to do because the city is pretty small. There are a lot of people about because Banff is a popular ...

Good people, Bad Kitchen and a Great Mountain, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Good people, Bad Kitchen and a Great Mountain

A travel blog entry by bobasaurus

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... . Well I say everyone, our rep Lee was unable to meet us at the Airport as the avalanche cycle has been insane. Around Banff there has been some serious snow but the temperature has been rising and stuff was sliding all over the place. The highway ...

Our first Canadian National Park, Banff National Park of Canada, Canada travel blog

Our first Canadian National Park

A travel blog entry by sharonandkevin

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Tuesday 6. Left our Calgary camp site to head for Banff National Park. It's a slightly weird set up in that a major road travels all the way through Banff and Jasper parks and you have to pay a daily fee for being inside the boundary of the park, but at ...

Leave Your Worries Behind, Banff, Canada travel blog

Leave Your Worries Behind

A travel blog entry by lotz-deeken2013

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... MT early this morning, however, we had a few gliches. Could not find the  insurance card that shows additional coverage for Canada in order to cross the border...so Lazydays had to email us one. Then...how do we collapse all our booze into 40oz ...

Sep 18, 2011, Moraine Lake, Canada travel blog

Sep 18, 2011

A travel blog entry by becca_ind

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beautiful Banff, Banff, Canada travel blog

beautiful Banff

A travel blog entry by bobstacytrips

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... the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and then went to the Heritage Center.    We left the next day and drove to Banff.  The weather has improved very much.  What a beautiful place!  Snow capped peaks are everywhere.  We ...

Yukon, Colombie-Britannique, Alberta, Banff, Canada travel blog

Yukon, Colombie-Britannique, Alberta

A travel blog entry by westfalia2012

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... . Nous allons visiter ce fameux bateau d'une beauté. Ils ont été capable de conserver le cachet ancien. Comme c'est la fête du Canada, une petite fête est organisé dans un parc de la ville. Nous n'avons pas tout à fait la même définition de ...

Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada, Banff National Park, Canada travel blog

Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada

A travel blog entry by nocknock

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... built to allow large animals to cross the busy highway without getting hit by vehicles. It snowed a bit as we traveled the Trans-Canada Highway. Our campsite at Lake Louise could be pictured on a postcard.  The Bow River is a few steps away.  ...

Okay something that has occurred to me is ..., Banff, Canada travel blog

Okay something that has occurred to me is ...

A travel blog entry by no_one119

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Okay, something that has occurred to me is that I haven't been updating you on Canada. First of all, I shouldn't be surprised about the weirdos I keep meeting, this is a country that nicknames its one dollar coin the Loonie (I kid you not) and the ...

Day 20 - Banff, Banff, Canada travel blog

Day 20 - Banff

A travel blog entry by thesullivans

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... while we sent off the latest travel blogs. Back in the RV, kids had a nap (including Lee-Ann) while Brett checked out the Banff Springs Golf Course. Would be a bit tricky trying to find the white golf ball in these conditions. Also, checked out Bow ...

Youhou, Banff National Park, Canada travel blog

Youhou

A travel blog entry by nycos

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Banff - Summer in a Ski Town, Banff, Canada travel blog

Banff - Summer in a Ski Town

A travel blog entry by neil.gent

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Note: In order to keep the entry in order the date of this entry is stated as the 18th, however i arrived in Banff on the evening of the 17th.   Day One - Having walked down the main street to the hotel from the station we arrived at the hotel, it ...

National Parks And National Meals, Banff, Canada travel blog

National Parks And National Meals

A travel blog entry by bambi

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... cold, and I usually had to defrost my fingers for a while afterwards! On my must-do-list is to spot various animals in Canada -preferably a moose and a bear. Aaron was starting to get used to me suddenly jumping up and down in my seat and pointing at ...

July 8th through July 10th, Banff National Park, Canada travel blog

July 8th through July 10th

A travel blog entry by hartmann

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... Jasper and took the Icefields tour onto the glacier – good decision. On Friday, we took to gondola ride from Banff – another indescribable trip! We’ve had very busy days with varied activities and experiences. The pictures we’ve ...

Lake Louise is frozen!!!, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Lake Louise is frozen!!!

A travel blog entry by annejohn

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... view of the lake from our room.   This morning we went for a 6km walk around the lake which included a very short part ofwalking on snow and ice - was difficult to stay upright at times!!!   Tomorrow we travel by bus to ...

Lake Louise, Alberta, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Lake Louise, Alberta

A travel blog entry by mtrm

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the Czech translation below, český překlad dole  EN: We could not miss Lake Lousie. This is very touristic place with wonderful lake surrounded by glacier. The lake with its scenerey has reputation as the most beautiful place on earth. We ...

Banff, Banff, Canada travel blog

Banff

A travel blog entry by albertabrandts

I attended a conference at the Banff Centre, starting ...

Lake Louise, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Lake Louise

A travel blog entry by louiseandblake

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This morning we made our way to Minniewanka Lake the only hydroelectric dam in Canada. We had a giggle at the name... Our next scenic stop was a quick one at Twojack lake. So many lakes! And they are all so beautiful. The lakes are currently not as clear ...

The Lakes and Banff , Banff, Canada travel blog

The Lakes and Banff

A travel blog entry by prieststrip

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... same name but alas we found nothing appropriate to send her – sorry Lou. The following day was a lazy day spent walking around Banff shopping and onto the Bow Falls at one end of the town and on up to another amazing hotel called the Fairmount for ...

In Hot water while swinging in Banff, Banff, Canada travel blog

In Hot water while swinging in Banff

A travel blog entry by marcsworld

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... touring and shopping. Our Scouts first attacked the candy store for a quick fix. Honestly, so did the Scouters. We finished our day at the Banff upper Hot Springs. We boiled for a bit, covered ourselves with Garlic Butter and attracted some Seaguls. ...

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