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Gearing Up for the Banff Ski Season

Gearing Up for the Banff Ski Season October 29, 2010 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
In Banff, a fresh dusting on the peaks in the Fall gets tongues wagging more than any local fare. Though the streets are still bone dry, it’s not unlikely to see keen skiers and snowboarders lugging their gear to the closest tuning shop to get it ready for the slopes as soon as enough snow has...

5 Great Things About Banff’s Newest Pub

5 Great Things About Banff’s Newest Pub October 26, 2010 | Food, Things to Do | Read More
The Banff Ave. Brewing Co., located on the second level of the Clocktower Plaza, is one of Banff’s newest establishments and it has been a real hit with locals and tourists alike. What makes this brew pub so great? 1. Glacier fed water: They make the highest quality beer by using premium hops and...

How to Look Like a Local: Banff

How to Look Like a Local: Banff October 15, 2010 | Travel Tips | Read More
Banff sits at about 4,800 feet of elevation, making it the highest town in Canada. That being said, there is a local saying: “If you don’t like the weather, wait a minute.” The mountains here seem to create their own weather. So, in Banff it’s all about layering and being ready for anything....

Banff Mountain Festivals: Adventure and Insight

Banff Mountain Festivals: Adventure and Insight October 13, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
Each year, adventurers, climbers, filmmakers, photographers, writers and passionate outdoor enthusiasts descend on this mountain town to take in the Banff Mountain Festival. Hosted at The Banff Centre from October 30 to November 7, 2010, this year’s line-up offers a front row ticket to a great time. Guest...

Banff on a $5 Budget: The Cave and Basin

Banff on a $5 Budget: The Cave and Basin September 23, 2010 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
How Cheap Is Cheap? In general, prices in Banff range from some sweet deals to expensive (but often worth it). Even lower budget travel, however, can be more than other Canadian destinations, particularly because it is located in a national park and its prices are driven by its distance from other...
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