– November: High: 33 / low: 17 – December: High: 23 / Low: 7 – January: High: 25 / Low: 7 – February: High: 32 / Low: 11 – March: High: 39 / Low: 18
Give yourself plenty of room between cars. Bring an ice scraper. Go slow and watch out for black ice. Consider getting traveler's insurance!
Sitting at 7,486 feet in elevation, the Sulphur Mountain Summit has a newly renovated outdoor boardwalk...aka views views views!!
This is a great place in Banff to attend art shows, listen to performances and even bring larges groups for lectures or exhibitions!
You can choose a company that lets you be your own musher and watch the dogs run their little hearts out.
Climbing to nearly 10,000 feet and seeing the Canadian Rockies as far as the eye can see is a pretty incredible experience!
Visiting Two Jack Lake is a very easy winter day trip from Banff. Just 15 minutes from town, you could be strapping on your snowshoes or ice skates for some winter fun!
The train track curves to match the Bow River and is a spectacular Banff photography location for winter shooting.
You can easily do this on your own, or book it through a tour for a guided experience with tons of cool geological information about this beautiful frozen canyon.
Lake Louise is the most popular lake to go ice skating in Banff. It's also the most scenic ice rink in the world!
Banff has some of the most beautiful mountain resorts in the world for world-class snow activities! Banff has three hills close to one another known as "SkiBig3"!