Bow Falls is an easily accessible waterfall attraction located in the community of Banff, Alberta, Canada. The falls are a popular sightseeing destination located on the Bow River.
Bow River Trail is a recreation trail in the heart of Banff Village used for walking, jogging, biking, picnicking and sightseeing. The Bow River is also a popular paddle route for canoeing, kayaking and rafting.
Cascades of Time Gardens is a floral park sharing 12 acres of land with Canada's National Parks. They are a series of tiered floral gardens with over 50,000 flowers. Peak bloom sightseeing months run between June to September.
Central Park is a community park with sitting benches, art sculptures, picnic tables, grass lawns, an outdoor bandstand, public washrooms and the Banff Park Museum - a National Historic Site of Canada.
Cory Pass and Edith Pass Trails form an uphill 13 kilometre loop hike exploring mid mountain forests, alpine valleys, mountain ridges, rocky cliffs while navigating switchbacks over rock slides and shale slopes leading to some fantastic views of valleys, hoodoos and mountain peaks.
Fenland is a nature trail and picnic area destination located in the Village of Banff. The area explores a wetland environment called a fen and is popular for walking, birdwatching and picnicking.
Johnson Lake is a popular summer activity destination for walking, hiking, canoeing, birdwatching, swimming, picnicking and in the winter - xc skiing. Lake includes a sandy beach, a canoe launch, picnic tables, grass lawns, swimming area and a walking trail.
Lake Minnewanka is recreation and activity destination popular for activities like boating, canoeing, fishing, mountain biking sightseeing, picnicking, wilderness camping, hiking, boat cruises, scuba diving, cross country skiing and ice fishing.
Marsh Loop Trail is a 2.4 kilometre loop trail exploring a wetland next to the Bow River named the Cave and Basin Marsh. The marsh is popular for summer activities like hiking, birdwatching, sightseeing and horseback riding.
Stewart Canyon Trail is a hiking trail measuring 0.8 kilometres one way. Return trip is 1.6 kilometres. The trail leads to a secluded, deep gorge canyon with white water rapids, polished boulders and high canyon walls.
Sulfur Mountain is an elevation hiking trail, gondola ride and sightseeing destination located south of the community of Banff, Alberta, Canada. There is an observation deck with views of the Bow River, the community of Banff and the Rocky Mountains.
Sundance Canyon Trail is a one-way 4.3 kilometre hiking trail following a paved recreation pathway and a rough, single-track dirt trail into a canyon. The hiking trail enjoys views of the Bow River, the Cave and Basin Wetlands and a canyon.