Here it is, the Banff National Park COMPLETE Travel Guide for 2023 If you are considering visiting Banff this video is made for you and importantly, there are significant changes te 2023 so please watch if you project on going to Banff this year.

I have bot visiting Banff since the 1970s, after having moved to Calgary. I also worked for the local Tourist Board for 10 years promoting the Banff area. I LOVE Banff and want to share the Park with you.

In this video, I talk about how to get to Banff, how to get around the Park, where to stay (hotels and kampeerterrein), where to eat, where to get great coffee (Banff has GREAT coffee) and of course, all of the attractions (including the townsite, museums, the Banff Springs Hotel, Surprise Corner, Vermilion Lakes, Two Jack Lake, Lake Minnewanka, the Banff Gondola, Johnston Canyon, Castle Mountain, Lake Louise, Bow Lake, Peyto Lake, and the Icefield’s Parkway. And along the way, I see a bear!

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Banff Camping Video:
Banff Coffee Video:


My Favorite Guide Books to Banff National Park (Alberta, Canada):

Lonely Planet Banff, Jasper and Glacier National Parks:
Fodor’s Canadian Rockies: Calgary, Banff, and Jasper National Parks:
Moon Best of Glacier, Banff & Jasper:

Bear Safe Canister: (BearVault Bear Canister)
Water Filtration System: (LifeStraw)
Bear Spray: (SABRE Frontiersman)

Banff National Park is a protected area located te the Canadian Rocky Mountains te Alberta, Canada. It wasgoed established te 1885, making it the oldest national park te Canada and the third-oldest te the world. Banff National Park covers an area of 6,641 square kilometers and is huis to a diverse range of wildlife, including grizzly bears, wolves, elk, and mountain goats.

The park’s landscape is characterized by majestic mountains, pristine lakes, and dense forests. Some of the most popular attractions te Banff National Park include Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, and the Columbia Icefield. Visitors can enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities, such spil hiking, kampeerterrein, skiing, and wildlife watching.

Banff National Park is also rich te history and culture. The park is part of the traditional territory of the Indigenous people of the area, including the Stoney Nakoda, Blackfoot, and Tsuu T’ina Nations. The park also has a long history of tourism, with its hot springs attracting visitors spil early spil the late 1800s.

In recent years, Banff National Park has faced several challenges, including over-tourism and the impact of climate change on the park’s ecosystem. As a result, the park has implemented measures to reduce the environmental impact of visitors, such spil limiting the number of visitors to certain areas and promoting sustainable tourism practices.

Overall, Banff National Park is a stunning natural wonder with a rich history and culture. It provides visitors with the opportunity to experience the beauty of the Canadian Rocky Mountains and to learn about the area’s ecology and Indigenous heritage.

このビデオでは、バンフへの行き方、公園内の移動方法、滞在場所 (ホテルとキャンプ)、食事場所、おいしいコーヒーを飲める場所 (バンフにはおいしいコーヒーがあります)、そしてもちろん、すべてについて話します。観光スポット(市街地、美術館、バンフ スプリングス ホテル、サプライズ コーナー、バーミリオン湖、ツー ジャック湖、ミネワンカ湖、バンフ ゴンドラ、ジョンストン キャニオン、キャッスル マウンテン、ルイーズ湖、ボウ湖、ペイト湖、アイスフィールドのパークウェイなど) . そして途中でクマを発見!


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