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Experience Your Best Banff Vacation

Taking a trip abroad is easy when you pick a vacation destination like Banff. This Canadian town offers something for every type of traveler.

When visiting Banff, you should stop by the Bow Valley Parkway. This attraction has multiple trails crisscrossing through a wooded area, and you can rent ATVs or off-road vehicles from local shops, which let you get up close and personal with nature. Banff also has a self-guided walking tour that takes you on a set route around the historic buildings in town. If you are ready to start planning your trip, get help and low prices from Orbitz.com.

Best time to take a vacation to Banff National Park

The best time to visit Banff National Park city often depends on your interests. While Banff and Lake Louise offer 3 incredible ski resorts in the winter, the summer in Banff cannot be beat.  June through August are the peak months but there are some incredible deals to be found in May and September.   The crystal  clear glacier-fed emerald lakes, enchanting mountain vistas and scenery will have you pulling over time and time again to capture the incredible landscapes.  There are endless summer activates and long summer days that will have you out and enjoying the outdoors until 11pm!!    With a huge variety of accommodation and dining options it’s no wonder that the locals believe that once you visit you’ll forever describe your life as before Banff and after Banff!

Insider tips for Banff National Park travel

Drakesbad Guest Ranch

Located in the Lassen National Park, this unique hotel is part of a working ranch, and it has a natural hot spring on-site.

The Bison

Homemade bread comes free with every dish served at this restaurant, and locals keep coming back for the freshly made bison dishes.

Storm Mountain Lodge

The amazing views and fresh mountain air at this restaurant will put a spring in your step and make you eager to try some of the fresh seafood dishes.

The Cascade Gardens

Take in views of Banff and get up close with some of the gorgeous native plants and flowers growing in this public garden.

Moraine Lake

The hiking trails surrounding this lake are quiet and peaceful because it's a little off the beaten path, and a spot that only the locals know.

* Prices reflect the lowest "base rate" found over the next 30 days. Rates are subject to change and may not include taxes and fees, hotel service charges, extra person charges, or incidentals, such as room service. All rates are displayed in USD unless otherwise noted. Converted rates are provided for your convenience. They are based on today's exchange rate, but the hotel will charge you in the local currency.