Banff Beaver Cabins

220 Beaver Street, Banff, Banff National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, T1L1B2, Canada | Campground
 

Travel Blogs from Banff

On the road from Lake Louise to Banff

A travel blog entry by simonandamanda

... but the driver of the slow moving freight train sounded his horn again and again and I’m pleased to say that the two bears ambled off the track without mishap and sauntered out of sight.

At the Lake Louise Gondola we had some lunch before heading for the lift. This is a ski lift in winter and used for sight-seeing out of season. We rode in an open car towards the top of the chair lift. There were still patches of snow on the ground and we ...

Lake Louise - One big ice cube

A travel blog entry by tdtingle

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... that and headed on. I was proud of myself, responding in meters. I really had no idea how far it was,

The second morning at Lake Louise we ventured out for a walk, on the river trail. We had just started out when a man came rushing out of his cabin, he was still chewing his breakfast and his shirt was only partially buttoned. "I just saw a Grizzly going that way" he said. My reply ...

Seeing the sights of Banff!

A travel blog entry by hanz712

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... up to the hoodoo look out. What the heck is a hoodoo you might ask? It's basically a word for strangely shaped rock pillars.

We then went for a drive onto the highway and through buffalo canyon (no, didn't see any buffalo - but we did see loads of male Elk!). Apparently the highway splits Banff national park in half, so to help the animal wildlife they have made bridges and tunnels especially for the ...

Rocky Mountaineer

A travel blog entry by ktmack

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... room at the hotel was comfortable and the staff attentive. The service on board the train was exceptional. Very solicitous and helpful and genuinely so. Even went out of their way to make sure of a good experience even after we leave them. Day 2 - Wednesday 2 October. Kamloops to Lake Louise Complete change of climate, scenery and temperature to yesterday. Snow on the high tops and lots of low cloud. Very cool and fresh out ...

With great excitement we drove into Lake Louise...

A travel blog entry by rossandheather

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... glacier, trees. Breathtaking. We got up and dressed and with our cameras took photos, and walked to the other end of the lake to get a photo of the chateau with its reflections. A lot of people were doing the same thing.




We then went and bought a coffee and hot chocolate and a lovely gluten free muffin and sat by the lake to eat it. We couldn't get enough of the changing lights on ...

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This campground, located on 220 Beaver Street, Banff, is near Discover Banff Tours, Hydra River Guides, Canadian Mountain Holidays, and Snowtips-Bactrax.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding