Travel Blogs from Banff, Canada

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'As blue as your eyes', Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

'As blue as your eyes'

A travel blog entry by americantale

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... it was. The black bear of amazingness!  We continued our drive up to Moraine Lake which was beautiful. Tim made buddies with some ground squirrels and then we headed up to Banff which again was a beautifully scenic drive....   ...

Rocky Mountains, Banff, Canada travel blog

Rocky Mountains

A travel blog entry by wgielen

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... we het besluit genomen om niet naar Calgary af te reizen omdat het dan die dag Labor Day zou zijn. Dit is in Canada een vrije (maan)dag. Dit betekende een lang weekend voor de Canadezen en was tevens het laatste weekend voordat de scholen weer begonnen . ...

The wind chill of a Glacier, Banff, Canada travel blog

The wind chill of a Glacier

A travel blog entry by jklmasiatravel

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... , we didn’t like it.  We were on the road again heading back the way we came.  We were heading to Banff, which was approximately half an hour further from Lake Louise i.e. closer to Calgary.  Today the weather had cleared up.  ...

Frozen Lake Louise - Winter Wonderland, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Frozen Lake Louise - Winter Wonderland

A travel blog entry by mchyndman

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... occurring around the middle of the night but have been blocked out by the thick mist and cloud. In four more nights we move onto Banff, where I hope to get some close ups of the wildlife and also the Northern lights as there is much less cloud and snow - ...

Banff, Banff, Canada travel blog

Banff

A travel blog entry by jakob94

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Lake Louise + Lake Moraine, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Lake Louise + Lake Moraine

A travel blog entry by jakob94

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Banff, Week 5 - Exam Week!!, Banff, Canada travel blog

Banff, Week 5 - Exam Week!!

A travel blog entry by nickandmilly

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... are now both qualified Ski Instructors! As soon as the results were announced it was straight on the bus back to Banff for what would turn out to be the biggest Thursday night party so far. The party started on the bus ...

Up at the Lake(s), Banff, Canada travel blog

Up at the Lake(s)

A travel blog entry by davem8991

... title, blame Whitt). Whitt 'volunteered' to drive again and this time it was a 2 hour drive up to "Peyto Lake" in between Banff and Jasper on the Icefields Parkway (Route 93). Walked up a short hike to a viewpoint looking out over the lake where we ...

Around Banff, Banff, Canada travel blog

Around Banff

A travel blog entry by jowhiting

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... even more shame. You can actually see six mountain ranges from the summit of Sulphur Mountain and I definitely recommend people staying in Banff to do this experience. We took the bus back down into Banff and decided that we would do the Cave and Basin ...

The beauty of Lake Louise, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

The beauty of Lake Louise

A travel blog entry by jklmasiatravel

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... 2 hours to Lake Louise.  From the highway, out of Calgary you start to see the Rockies from afar.  If you mention Canada to me, the picture of Lake Louise and the Fairmont Chateau pop into my head.   Upon check-in, after we were told ...

Up up and away, Banff, Canada travel blog

Up up and away

A travel blog entry by kjburton

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Today after breakfast we were picked up and driven to Canmore  where we climbed aboard our helicopter for a trip up and over the Three Sisters mountains,  named Hope, Faith & Charity.  The views were spectacular. We skimmed over the ...

Living on the lake., Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Living on the lake.

A travel blog entry by philo

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This will be our first white Christmas. We are both looking forward to it, but to be honest its scant compensation for all that we are missing at home. Chrimbo is never the same when you're away. Sure, we'll make the most of it ...

The Rockies Rock! (Part 2), Banff, Canada travel blog

The Rockies Rock! (Part 2)

A travel blog entry by cazza_macca

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... like a mini river running behind the hostel building which has a marsh behind it and mountains behind that. We could hear calls from Canada geese in the nearby marsh and humming birds were flying around the garden which I didn't expect to see at ...

lake louise, Lake louise, Canada travel blog

lake louise

A travel blog entry by campingfools

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... zoo. severe thunder and lightening storm. we decided not get to the stampede due to pricing and crowds. we are currently in lakelousie, banff national park. we went to yoho national park today and plan to spend a few days in jasper. the mountains are ...

Lake Louise => Disneyland, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Lake Louise => Disneyland

A travel blog entry by jkirby

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Day 22 As long as she's known me, Allison has been hearing me rave about how beautiful and relaxing my last stay in Lake Louise was and how great the hostel was. Turns out things are a lot different on a Canadian summer holiday weekend in August than ...

Arriving back in Banff, Banff, Canada travel blog

Arriving back in Banff

A travel blog entry by daslink

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After a pretty rushed effort just to arrive back in Canada, somehow I never thought international flights were supposed to go fast. However when all flights arrived early and the airline company changes your itinerary WITHOUT telling you to an earlier ...

Sulphur Mountain and Takkakaw Falls, Banff, Canada travel blog

Sulphur Mountain and Takkakaw Falls

A travel blog entry by davem8991

... has a spectacular colour to it (emerald, funnily enough). Then carried on to Takkakaw falls which are apparantly one of the highest in Canada. Got some great pictures of the falls and the rainbows cast by the sun off the fall's spray. Also saw the ...

Made it to Banff, Banff, Canada travel blog

Made it to Banff

A travel blog entry by ldambrosio1

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... , a hot shower, cappuccino and a good brunch that I can eat sitting down not while I am driving. Today, we spent in Banff catching up and shopping. It's a nice town, expensive though. We arrived here a midnight with the rocky mountains like pointy ...

Banff, Banff, Canada travel blog

Banff

A travel blog entry by twittg

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... . Got some food in town and checked e-mail. Stopped by the Vermillion Lakes and hiked around  little. Checked into the hostel at Banff (yay, no camping!). Back out to see more stuff. Went to Two Jack Lake and near to town to see the ...

1, 2, 3, scored a job!, Banff, Canada travel blog

1, 2, 3, scored a job!

A travel blog entry by georgie891

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So after Portsmouth set out on his death wish trip.. I decided to go into town and do a resume drop. I'd seen heaps of stores with 'HELP WANTED' signs so that was a good start! First off was Tony Roma's 'famous for ribs!' (Apparently!) Went in, asked ...

Lake Louise, Division No. 15, Canada travel blog

Lake Louise

A travel blog entry by middlemoss

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Had an early start and headed off to the hills for a 12 km hike doing a circuit up Big Beehive ! Kids did really well ( we walked them from 9-4 and it was steep!) views and weather we equally spectacular and we all loved it. At an elevation nearly as ...

Big West Rockies Tour, Shuswap Lake To Banff, Canada travel blog

Big West Rockies Tour

A travel blog entry by christine-colly

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Day two began with HILL BILLY GO-KARTING....$8 for 15minutes how could Colin refuse the chance to knock someone off track!! The smile on his face explains it all!! ROGERS PASS which has the most avalanches in the world (lucky there wasn't mush snow) ...

Banff - Day 3, Banff, Canada travel blog

Banff - Day 3

A travel blog entry by whernside

... lunch it was bloody cold! We headed back down and made our plans for our afternoon hike, first we headed to Bow falls, 1km from Banff, some impressive falls, good views of Rundle, god i wanted to climb that peak so bad!! In the aftie we headed to Sundance ...

Day 6 Banff  To Lake Louise, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Day 6 Banff To Lake Louise

A travel blog entry by murphy1171

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Day 6  Banff to Lake Louise  Please click Title under photo's to Goto ...

sensory overload, Banff, Canada travel blog

sensory overload

A travel blog entry by bonthorn

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... get dark until about 10pm so it was a really nice cool ride.... and oh, the smell of pine and cool summer breeze! Because Banff's population is much larger, scaring a lot of the bears off, and due to the fact that the Lake Louise valley is much narrower, ...

Lake Louise, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Lake Louise

A travel blog entry by ozdan_2006

... so I was up at 6.30am to get all my gear together and double check it all before I checked-out. It was a chilly morning in Banff, someone said it was about 6 or 7 degrees but the wind made it just that little bit too cold. That jumper is starting to ...

Lake Louise - Snow, snow and more snow!!!, Lake Louise, Canada travel blog

Lake Louise - Snow, snow and more snow!!!

A travel blog entry by kwilliamson

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... a huge screen TV.  Brent has just found a new episode of NCIS so he set for a while. -  Tomorrow we are off to Banff which is only about 40kms away.  We are going to hit some hot springs there that are meant to be 47c!!!!  Should be ...

in the rockies, Banff, Canada travel blog

in the rockies

A travel blog entry by gonroamin

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Found a nice little B+ B  (second B = bagels in fridge, not great), but first B was good, and quIte cheap. visited Johnson's Canyon in the afternoon, the car park was full, not a good sign. As we started walking there were loads of people on the ...

Beautiful Banff, Banff National Park, Canada travel blog

Beautiful Banff

A travel blog entry by adyadas

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The mountain town of Canada - Banff is one of our all-time favorite places to visit. The Rocky Mountains surround you from every side, the smell of crisp mountain air and the abundance of the glacier lakes and rivers give rich green landscapes as far as ...

Sulphur Mountain Trek, Banff, Canada travel blog

Sulphur Mountain Trek

A travel blog entry by turnerwode

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... air. The sun was already up, and I wanted to get maximum time in the mountains. I walked down the road to the Banff Cave and Springs tourist attraction (the original springs in town, however they are now closed for swimming) it doesn't ...

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