This outdoors shop is pretty much the only place to rent bikes in Lake Louise. Mountain bikes go for $15/39 per hour/day, while kids’ bikes, trail-a-bikes and chariot trailers cost $10/20. You can also rent mountain…
Banff’s oldest outdoor-equipment supplier is still the best. Women’s and men’s clothing from big brands such as Patagonia, Arc'teryx, Icebreaker, Columbia and North Face feature, supplemented by dedicated sections f…
Pop in to see the work of the superb wildlife photographer Jason Leo Bantle, with images taken in some of Canada's most remote regions. Pick up a print, a coffee-table book or a children's wildlife book.
Pick up all the cowboy fashion you’ll ever need for looking the part in the saddle (or at Wild Bill's Bar), from Stetsons, chaps and plaid shirts to handmade leather cowboy boots.
An outdoor outfitter selling everything from camping gear to topographical maps; it also rents out ski gear and other supplies.
Sells books on Banff’s local history, geology and wildlife, as well as a good stash of local park maps and postcards.
Established by Norman Luxton, the old Sign of the Goat store is still the first place to head if you’re after some First Nations crafts, including beadwork, deer-hide gloves, antler-handle hunting knives and moccasi…
Banff branch of the Canmore-based beauty company, selling natural soaps, lotions and creams.
Sift through the tourist kitsch for books on local history and wildlife.
This gourmet Calgarian chocolate maker has over 48 flavors to choose from.