Banff Park Museum
Occupying an old wooden Canadian Pacific Railway building dating from 1903, this museum is a national historic site. Its exhibits – a...
Banff Trail Riders
Trail Riders' two stables in Banff and Spray Creek run lots of horseback riding tours. Easy one- to three-hour trips are run regularly...
Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies
Founded by local artists Catharine and Peter Whyte, the century-old Whyte Museum is more than just a rainy-day option. It boasts a...
Banff Ave Brewing Co
Feeling like a prairie beer hall, this is place has plenty of craft brews, created on the premises and infused with Saskatoon berries...
Banff Ave isn't Banff Ave without an omnipresent queue snaking out the door at Cows. A product of Prince Edward Island, Cows' 30-plus...
Le Beaujolais information
Stick the word 'French' in the marketing lingo and out come the ironed napkins, waiters in ties, escargot and elevated prices. True, Beaujolais might not serve up your standard post-hiking dinner spread, but if you've spent the last few days feasting on pot noodles, menu items like beef tartar, lobster salad and foie gras could start to look very appetizing.