Travel Blogs from Banff, Canada

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CANADA - Amazing Banff., Banff National Park, Canada travel blog

CANADA - Amazing Banff.

A travel blog entry by figiel

Made it to Banff National Park in Canada. Amazing views and fantastic walking in knee high snow.The walk up to top of Lake Louise was spectacular, highly recommended. If you are doing it in winter, take snow shoes. I was sinking down to my waist in the ...

Hoodapus - Day 2, Banff, Canada travel blog

Hoodapus - Day 2

A travel blog entry by whernside

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... , a limestone gorge, cut deep by the flowing waters, it was beautiful, mountains glowing orange in the background! We then pushed onto Banff, where we stopped at the supermarket for supplies. We then checked into the HI Banff Alpine center, a bit posh and ...

Banff - Week 3, Banff, Canada travel blog

Banff - Week 3

A travel blog entry by nickandmilly

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... it was good fun trying to stand up on the frozen lake ice rink and the ice sculptures were outstanding. In the evening we went to see Epic Movie at Banff's small local cinema - probably the worst film I have ever ...

Relaxing in Banff, Banff, Canada travel blog

Relaxing in Banff

A travel blog entry by dmoar

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... in them and many have signs in the window advertising positions vacant. We spoke to many young Aussies who have been in Canada for years enjoying both the winter ski seasons and the summer tourist seasons. Banff has a population of 8000 residents but has ...

Oct 25, 2011, Banff, Canada travel blog

Oct 25, 2011

A travel blog entry by kiwihayley

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Well i finally left the grip of banff ..., Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Well i finally left the grip of banff ...

A travel blog entry by no_one119

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... at 4:15 pm. Hence I'm typing this whilst I wait. Anyway, Lake Louise (I think I read somewhere is the highest town in Canada at 5500 ft) is basically a service station on the road to Vancouver (Highway 1, longest road in the world). The only thing ...

Icefields Parkway, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Icefields Parkway

A travel blog entry by twittg

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Saw a lot today. Here's a list: Maligne Canyon, Icefields Parkway, Mt Edith Cavell, Athabasca Falls, Mt Christie, Sunwapta Falls, the Columbia Glacier, Saskatchewan River, Howse Valley, Waterfowl Lake, Peyto Lake, Mosquito Creek, Lake Louise, Takakkaw ...

Banff, Banff, Canada travel blog

Banff

A travel blog entry by pasoa

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We pulled up in Banff for a couple of nights at the very cool HI Hostel. We had spent the night in Kamloops, in an old Courthouse that has been turned into a hostel. Our room was the old judges quarters! Banff was awesome, pretty ...

Cycling Banff, Banff National Park, Canada travel blog

Cycling Banff

A travel blog entry by turnerwode

... which was an excellent shortcut and downhill most of the way and made it in to town in a fraction of the time it took to ride out. We Spent the afternoon in the park taking in the sun and our last day in Banff, as tomorrow we were heading off to ...

Lake Louise and the journey to Banff., Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Lake Louise and the journey to Banff.

A travel blog entry by philo

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... was also the first time I started noticing that the majority of people on the tour were Aussie. It has since become evident that Canada has more Aussie's in it than Canadians. They are EVERYWHERE. This is unfortunate, as I have a condition that does not ...

Sentinnel Pass..., Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Sentinnel Pass...

A travel blog entry by rich

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... well with him. We were both getting the bus down to Lake Louise and staying at the hostel for a few nights, before continuing onto Banff, and what a bus journey it was - the scenery was incredible! Too bad the bus didn't make any stops at the numerous ...

Into Canada, Banff, Canada travel blog

Into Canada

A travel blog entry by sueonthego

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... 99 per gallon is the lowest I'm likely to see for quite some time. Going through Customs was a breeze, then on into Canada. I chose a route through the Kananaskis area, rather than going through Calgary or its suburbs.  Rural and mountain driving is ...

Banff - Skiing at last!!, Banff, Calgary, Canada travel blog

Banff - Skiing at last!!

A travel blog entry by nickandmilly

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... hair down. This weekend has just been so funny. It was a late night on Thursday touring around the bars and nightclubs of Banff and then Friday was spent skiing with Sarah's family and another night out.         ...

Lake Louise, Lake Agnes, & Plain of Six Glaciers, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Lake Louise, Lake Agnes, & Plain of Six Glaciers

A travel blog entry by drfumblefinger

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... it is one of the most photographed lakes in the world, with good reason.  Situated only a few miles off the Trans-Canada Highway, with a steep short drive to reach it, Lake Louise is one of the world's most scenic destinations.  If ...

Rain/ Regen, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Rain/ Regen

A travel blog entry by toroamarillo

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There is nothing you can do about it... The weather is still bad. So we did the minimum programm. But still even on a shitty day ther is interesting things to see... Man kann ncihts machen. Das Wetter ist einfach bescheiden. So haben wir nicht viele ...

Shuswap Lake to Banff, Banff, Canada travel blog

Shuswap Lake to Banff

A travel blog entry by ozdan_2006

Up again at the usual time and on the bus for the trip to Banff. First thing I accidently left behind, some soap. Ah well, still ok ... I have more. First stop for today was at a little country town. We stopped a chain store for coffee and donuts (or ...

Lake Louise, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Lake Louise

A travel blog entry by kaos

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Well, i'm here in Lake Louise trying to kill some time...well a hell of a lot of time. We were suppose to catch a Greyhound bus back to Kelowna, but the bus couldn't fit all of our gear on. We've got a hell a lot of gear. So now we have to wait till ...

Thanksgiving weekend in Banff National Park, Banff, Canada travel blog

Thanksgiving weekend in Banff National Park

A travel blog entry by mianda

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... , lots of wildlife, and lots of tourists, we drove towards Banff. Banff National Park is one of the most wonderful places in Canada! During one of my conversations with one of the locals I’ve heard that there are people who travel from all corners ...

Tunnel Mountain, Banff, Canada travel blog

Tunnel Mountain

A travel blog entry by louiseandblake

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This morning we didn't wake until about 10am. Something that we haven't had the opportunity to do in a long time! Once up and moving we decided to go to the safeway to grab a bite of brekky and start our walk up Tunnel Mountain - the mountain with no ...

A Bear sighting, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

A Bear sighting

A travel blog entry by robnraystravels

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Left this morning with the sun shining, on our way to Banff. After climbing for a little while we were back down again into the valley. We were travelling along very nicely & spotted 2 deer on the side of the road, have seen quite a few of these ...

Things to do in Banff when you're ill, Banff, Canada travel blog

Things to do in Banff when you're ill

A travel blog entry by a_d_smith

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... tourists.  There were two other lakes higher up which were also well worth the hike.  But by the time we got to Banff I was feeling a bit grotty, so Gabrielle went on a couple walks around town on her ownsome and I sat in the hotel watching ...

Jasper, Jasper and Banff, Canada travel blog

Jasper

A travel blog entry by gem_and_sprack

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... get here (took about 16 hours from Vancouver to Jasper!)but when we arrived there was some snow, not a lot but enough! Apparently Canada is having a really mild winter this year which mean there's not much snow about but that is probably best for uas as ...

Birthday in Banff, 30th to 31st July 2007, Banff, Canada travel blog

Birthday in Banff, 30th to 31st July 2007

A travel blog entry by knotty

Blog to follow..... (happy birthday to me, Cris ...

We arrive at Banff National Park, Banff, Canada travel blog

We arrive at Banff National Park

A travel blog entry by 2jgstl

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... was flowing very heavily from spring rain and snowmelt.  Up the hill from the falls, we made our second stop at the Banff Springs Fairmont Hotel, a National Historic Site.  An old railroad hotel, it was built as a stop on the cross country train ...

Our First Full Day at Banff, Banff, Canada travel blog

Our First Full Day at Banff

A travel blog entry by 2jgstl

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... .  We continued on the parkway to the Lake Louise area.  We checked out the gondola (ski lift), but decided that the Banff Sulphur Mountain Gondola looked better.  Then, we drove to Moraine Lake and the Valley of the Ten Peaks.  See if ...

Banff onreoute Calgary, Banff, Canada travel blog

Banff onreoute Calgary

A travel blog entry by kaos

See Where am I ...

The Rockies!, Banff, Canada travel blog

The Rockies!

A travel blog entry by jcbeep

My first real ...

Horrific Beautiful Scenery, Banff, Canada travel blog

Horrific Beautiful Scenery

A travel blog entry by bambi

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... Banff by day. We walked along the ice cold river. The path led us up to a view point from where we could see the impressive Banff Springs Hotel. The sun had decided to join us a well, when we continued on. The road was closed for cars, so nothing was ...

Jasper to Banff, Banff, Canada travel blog

Jasper to Banff

A travel blog entry by ozdan_2006

We were all up at 7am to get ready and leave by 8am to make our way back to Banff. Today we stopped off at some more falls, Athabasca Falls, which in terms of water volume were the biggest falls so far. All the ice melting makes the rivers and ...

Banff, Banff, Canada travel blog

Banff

A travel blog entry by raniroo

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... . Moraine Lake was our next stop. There is still snow on the ground, even in summer and a snowball fight broke out. In Banff, we are camping at Tunnelmountain Campground for 4 nights. So over the course of the next few days this is what we did. ...

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