So without further ado, here are some of the most iconic things to do in Banff National Park in Alberta Canada.
It’s a thrilling way to experience the thrill of rock climbing and mountaineering without the need for advanced technical skills or equipment.
If you didn’t get enough views of the Bow River Valley and Downtown Banff while hanging off Mt Norquay, there is a viewpoint on the drive back down from the Mt Norquay area.
Moraine Lake is celebrated for its vibrant turquoise water, a result of the fine rock particles known as “rock flour” carried into the lake by melting glaciers.
The Larch Valley hike rises from the shores of Moraine Lake to an extensive forest of larch trees. From this forest of larch trees, Banff hikers will enjoy panoramic views of the mountains which make up the Valley of the Ten Peaks.
The vibrant turquoise color of the water comes from the fine glacial silt suspended in it, and it’s set against the backdrop of snow-capped mountains, including Mount Victoria and the iconic Victoria Glacier.