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Banff: Banff Gondola Admission Ticket

1. Banff: Banff Gondola Admission Ticket

Climb aboard this iconic 4-person gondola cabin with large windows and relax. During the 8-minute ride to the summit of Sulphur Mountain, take in the views of the town of Banff, Bow Valley, and six different mountain ranges. While on the mountain's peak, be amazed by 360-degree views. Explore the interactive Above Banff Interpretative Center to learn about the early explorers, wildlife, and local area. Hike across the Sulphur Mountain boardwalk to explore the Sulphur Mountain Cosmic Ray Station, a National Historic Site. Then stop at the coffee shops, restaurants, and gift shops.

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Cochrane: Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary Tour

2. Cochrane: Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary Tour

Visit one of the largest sanctuaries in Canada and hear about the mission of this wolfdog rescue organization. Learn about wolfdogs during a 30-minute presentation and go inside one of the wolfdog enclosures behind a short barrier. An experienced staff member will safely lead you through the enclosure during the tour. Enjoy a self-guided sanctuary walk either before or after your tour.  Take photographs of one of the packs of wolfdogs from inside their enclosure and ask the wolfdog experts any questions you may have. Please note that there is no interaction with the wolfdogs on this tour.

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From Banff: Columbia Icefield Tour with Glacier Skywalk

3. From Banff: Columbia Icefield Tour with Glacier Skywalk

Begin the tour with hotel pickup in Banff and embark on an unforgettable experience. On the way to the Athabasca Glacier, listen as your guide shares stories and facts about the wildlife, geology, culture, and how glaciers have shaped the landscape of the area.  Enjoy spectacular vistas over the Canadian Rockies, turquoise lakes, and numerous glaciers. Stop at Crowfoot Glacier and Bow Lake to capture a perfect picture. The Athabasca Glacier is one of the "six toes" of the Columbia Icefield, and where you’ll have the unique opportunity to walk on a glacier and to sip from its virgin streams. Board a massive Ice Explorer and enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime adventure as you ride directly onto the glacier. Afterwards, spend approximately 20 minutes walking on the extremely thick, 25,000-year-old ice. After a delicious hot lunch at Columbia Icefield Glacier Discovery Centre, take a short ride to the Columbia Icefield Skywalk. Perched on a cliff on the side of the Sunwapta Valley, this glass-floored platform stretches out for astonishing views. Stride boldly out for a thrilling adventure and enjoy the views of the mountains and glaciers around you, as well as Sunwapta River with its waterfalls and crystal-clear water below. The tour will end with hotel drop-off in Banff.

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Banff: Romantic Horse-Drawn Sleigh Ride

4. Banff: Romantic Horse-Drawn Sleigh Ride

Start your tour in Banff where you will meet a member of the riding office who will check you in for your sleigh ride. Now it's time to climb into the sleigh and get cozy with your loved one under the authentic buffalo robe. Hear the tinkling of sleigh bells as the horse begins your journey through Banff's mountain meadows. Along the way, listen to stories from your guide and see some of Banff's most iconic mountain peaks including Rundle Mountain and Cascade Mountain. Soak in the spectacular views of the valley and surrounding mountains while keeping your eyes peeled for local wildlife such as elk and deer. Enjoy a delicious alcoholic beverage and chocolates to enjoy at your leisure along the ride. Stop to warm up beside a fire after the ride where you can toast a marshmallow and enjoy a warm drink back at the stables.

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Lake Louise: Cross Country Skiing Lesson with Tour

5. Lake Louise: Cross Country Skiing Lesson with Tour

Get ready to spend the morning learning how to cross country ski or refresh your skills, and an afternoon confident in your ski boots. Begin your experience meeting at the public bench in front of the washrooms at Lake Louise at 10:30 AM to sign your waiver and medical form. While here, also complete an orientation before beginning your skiing lesson. Before heading off to the trails you will learn either how to cross-country ski near the iconic Lake Louise, or alternatively can enjoy a refresher course catered to your level. This activity covers everything from falling down and getting back up, to gliding and stopping on nordic cross country skis. Enjoy a short tour at the end of your lesson.

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Kicking Horse River: Maximum Horsepower Double Shot Rafting

6. Kicking Horse River: Maximum Horsepower Double Shot Rafting

For those looking for the maximum whitewater experience, choose the trip with twice the whitewater, twice the fun, and twice the adrenalin rush! The Maximum Horsepower is not one, but TWO runs down THE best whitewater section of the Kicking Horse River. Rafters experience 24 rapids and cover an accumulated total of 24 kilometers river distance. In order to make this double whitewater trip even more exhilarating, rafters power downstream in two different styles of rafts. The first run is in the ever-popular 16-foot oar-rigged rafts, giving everyone a chance to warm up and get familiar with the river. The second run is rafted in smaller 14-foot boats. Those two feet make a world of difference. Smaller rafts accentuate everything: the bounces, the smashes, and the hits! It may be the second run on the same section of river, but it will be a completely different experience. In addition, all guests are provided a paddle for the second run. It is a thrilling and unforgettable whitewater adventure! First, check in at the RiverBase DayLodge (conveniently located on TransCanada Highway #1), change into top-of-the-line provided gear and be shuttled to the 'put-in' (or, rafting start point). After a thorough safety briefing, it is time to get on the river. After the first run, guests are shuttled back to the top of the trip to run the river again, but in different rafts. For the second run the smaller 14-foot 'all paddle' rafts are used, and every guest is required to assist in the paddling process. 100% participation is required. Afterwards, shuttle back to the warmth of the RiverBase to change back into warm, dry land clothes and enjoy tasty snacks and beverages.

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What people are saying about Banff

We really enjoyed this day! Obviously exciting going up to the top of the mountain in a gondola, but all the extra fun Christmas things they had was amazing! Santa was there, cookie decorating and ornament making. Cool Christmas cartoon and frozen maple treats. We walked the boardwalk and went all the way up to the top of Samson Peak. Breath taking views! My husband and both daughters (aged 9 & 15) really enjoyed this day. Amazing gift shop and also Starbucks service was great. Staff was very welcoming. Totally worth it!

Very nice activity - A must do! Sublime view of Banff! Meet on the top floor - Big glass polar bear with fireplace and chairs to sit on - Great view too! Do not forget to take the long wooden staircase (like a small lighthouse) to also have another view - Magnificent! BOOK a meal at SKY BISTRO in advance! There is a DINNER + GONDOLA package!

There was a delay with the extreme cold. However, when they got going, we were guaranteed first priority for boarding according to our booked time.

Such an amazing experience! So worth the money, incredible views everywhere you look

Amazing views and wonderful staff, definitely worth it and will go again!