Natasha calls Canmore, Alberta home. After traveling across seven continents and 90 countries with Cameron, she settled down in the stunning Canadian Rockies. She is a winter enthusiast and loves to snowboard, ice skate, and nordic ski and enjoy all the fantastic summer opportunities in Banff like hiking, scrambling, and biking. Learn more on the about us page!

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  1. Great Help! Thank you
    I’m thinking in travelling in late April – beginning of May. I like to hike and nature/landscape photo.
    I would only have 2-3 days.
    In your opinion, is this a good time to visit Banff or is there still snowing?

  2. I am traveling to the Rockies in July, with my parents (75 years old) and kids (12 and 8 year old). What can we do that can please everyone and isn’t too strenuous for the elderly? And are there easy hikes? We have a week there and so was wondering if we should go anywhere else besides banff?

  3. A great post! with some girlfriends we will be in the rockies from August 3rd to 18th, we land and leave Calgary and want to do a circular route with an RV visiting Calgary, Banff, Jasper, Wells Gray Provincial Park (Clearwater), Revelstoke, Glacier National Park, Yoho National Park. How many days would you spend in Banff and how many in Jasper?