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Banff, Alberta, Canada

Welcome to Banff and the Canadian Rockies

Welcome to the town of Banff in the heart of Banff National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Come and explore our world famous pristine mountain scenery and discover the abundant Canadian Rockies wildlife. Treat yourself in our unique boutique shops and galleries, and take advantage of our fantastic range of international restaurants.
The town of Banff is the perfect base for visiting Banff National Park, Lake Louise, and the Icefields Parkway.
We look forward to seeing you here!

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Getting to Banff

Banff is located in Banff National Park, Alberta, in the heart of the Canadian Rockies. The town lies approximately 135km west of Calgary and 60km east of Lake Louise, accessible in both directions via the Trans Canada Highway, also known as Highway 1. Many visitors to Banff also visit Jasper Alberta, which lies around 300km to the north in Jasper National Park. Calgary International Airport is the main gateway into Banff and several transport options are available to bring you here from the airport, including car rental/hire, airport shuttles, buses and limousines. Banff is also a stopping point for the Rocky Mountaineer, the famous western Canadian rail tour. The oustanding natural beauty of the Rockies makes Banff a must-see for any traveller.

When to Visit Banff

Summer is peak season in Banff and the busiest months for visitors are July and August, when the weather is often hot and sunny. May, June and October are popular with visitors who want to avoid the crowds and enjoy touring and sightseeing in milder temperatures. September is known by the locals as the best month for hiking, and visitors also enjoy the quieter trails and clear views this month brings.
Whenever you choose to visit Banff, you are sure to find a place of unmatched beauty and a warm hospitality.

Restaurants in Banff

Staying at a bed and breakfast in Banff gives you the perfect opportunity to explore the outstanding range of international cuisine on offer in this cosmopolitan town. Most restaurants are centrally located in downtown Banff within easy walking distance from Banff Treetops Bed and Breakfast. Dining options include: Canadian, Japanese, Indian, Mediterranean, Swiss, French, German, Chinese, Korean, vegetarian, steak houses, pubs, coffee houses and a local bakery.

Banff Tours & Activities

Banff has something to offer all types of adventurer, from a short stroll along Banff Avenue, to a multi-day mountaineering expedition, and everything in between. Popular sights in the town of Banff include the Banff Sightseeing Gondola, Banff Upper Hot Springs, the Banff Springs Hotel, the Bow River, Bow Falls and Cascade Gardens. Popular local walks include the Bow River Trail, Tunnel Mountain Trail, the Fenland Trail, and the Hoodoos Trail, all of which are within walking distance from Treetops Banff B&B. A short drive from Banff can bring you to some stunning locations such as Vermillion Lakes, Lake Minnewanka, and Johnston Canyon. Other activities in the Banff area include horseback riding, golf, canoe rental, sightseeing tours, and scenic boat tours. To help you unwind after an active day, Mountain Spa offers a full range of treatments in a relaxing setting and is just a short walk from your Banff B&B. For a cultural experience, you can visit some of Banff's several interesting museums such as the Whyte Museum, the Cave and Basin, Canada Place, or the Buffalo Nations Luxton Museum, or take in some live music or one of the many world class productions at the Banff Centre. With so much to see and do, our visitors find that at least a 2 or 3 night stay is required to get the most from their Banff experience.

The Canadian Rockies

Banff is an ideal location for exploring the Canadian Rockies. Within Banff National Park, the beautiful Lake Louise and Moraine Lake are just a 35 minute drive away. Yoho and Kootenay National Parks border Banff National Park, and both can easily be visited in a day trip from Banff. A drive on the Icefields Parkway offers some of the most spectacular mountain and glacier scenery anywhere in the world, and a ride on the Ice Explorer on the Columbia Icefield is a highlight not to be missed. If you are travelling further north, we recommend visiting the Jasper Lodging guide for a comprehensive selection of hotels and cabins in Jasper Alberta.

Useful Links


Banff Lake Louise Tourism Bureau
Town of Banff
Banff Travel Guide
Parks Canada - Banff National Park
Map of Banff
Parks Canada - Trail Report
Hiking Trails in the Banff Area
Lake Louise Hotels
Calgary City Guide


Banff Weather


Treetops Bed and Breakfast

336 Beaver Street
Banff, Alberta, Canada




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