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There is a magical allure to winter in Banff and Lake Louise. 

There is a winter wonderland of snowy landscapes, crisp air, and cozy fires, inviting visitors to experience the magic of winter through outdoor adventures and memories shared with their loved one, family and friends. 

The towns are quieter, but there's still plenty of activity. Your clients will have more time to explore the surrounding wilderness and take advantage of the many winter sports available - like snowshoeing, downhill skiing, and Canada's favorite ice skating.

The snowfall here can stick around into April and May, meaning Banff has one of the longest ski seasons in North America. This also means your clients will have plenty of opportunities to play in the snow and try out one of the activities they can only do in winter.

Find some magical things your clients can do during their visit to Banff and Lake Louise with our articles below and don't forget to book from our exclusive up to 25% off deals!


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Banff National Park has long been a setting for moments that make memories by offering a diverse range of activities to suit all families. Here is our list of some great family activities to do in Banff and Lake Louise.

Snowshoeing: Snowshoeing in Banff and Lake Louise is a fun activity that’s easy to learn no matter your clients age or fitness level. A guided snowshoe tour is the best way to unlock new paths and adventures and knowledgeable guides will teach your clients about the winter wildlife that lives under the snow.

Cross-Country Skiin’:  Skinny skis or snowshoes are the only ways to access Moraine Lake road. This beautiful uphill trail meanders on the roadway through the forest and enchants visitors with stunning views of the valley. The Great Divide is another excellent trail nearby that takes visitors across the provincial border into British Columbia.

Sleigh Rides & Dogsledding: Another great way to experience the magic of winter in Banff and Lake Louise is on a sleigh ride or dogsledding adventure. Visitors journey through snow-covered valleys and frosty landscapes with a variety of tours that are sure to inspire awe and delight.

Banff Gondola: The family-friendly Banff Gondola features a multi-level interpretive experience that allows kids to interact with 3D animal experiences, historical education, a camping experience, and the "Above Banff" theatre.

Tubing: For kids ages four and up, the Lake Louise Ski Resort and Mt. Norquay offer tubing for the family. Mt. Norquay offers night tubing in the heart of winter and both can be easily added to a day of ski lessons.

Cave & Basin National Historic Site: The site offers an interpretive experience, so families can enjoy the old-fashioned cars, pioneer-era exhibits, and best of all - the cave with natural flowing hot spring water.

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Are your clients looking for an authentic Canadian food experience to truly immerse in the local culture? We've rounded up some of recommended eateries. 

AAA Alberta Beef: With a rich taste, premium quality and history, Alberta beef has a well-earned reputation of being amongst the best in the world. Chuck's Steakhouse, The Maple Leaf  and SaltLik Steakhouse are some great restaurants to appreciate the culture and quality of Alberta beef.

Poutine: Poutine is made of three simple ingredients - french fries, gravy, and cheese curds. There's even an entire restaurant dedicated to the dish in Banff, aptly named Banff Poutine. Nourish Bistro serves up a vegan version, and the Block Kitchen uses fries, pulled duck, and Quebec cheese curds.

Maple Syrup: The Fudgery has delicious maple treats - like Maple Walnut fudge - perfect as a souvenir or a treat. The Banff Candy Store also has a variety of maple-infused sweets to enjoy. And, of course, it goes great over a stack of french toast for brunch - Coyote's Southwestern Grill serves up some of the best in town.

Bison & Elk: Certain "game" meats are as common as the french fries they're served with. Bison is plentiful on many menus - in burgers like 'The Stampeder' at Eddie Burger. Charcuterie boards will often come served with locally sourced cured game meat as well. For a varied taste in one sitting, try Grizzly House's "Hunter Fondue Dinner". 

This fall your clients can indulge even more with Taste for Adventure, a culinary event that brings together the region's top chefs and restaurants, exclusive menus, unique dishes, and irresistible specials.

To drink, there are locally made vodka, gin, rye whiskey, and beer. Visitors can see how Canadian spirits and brews are made at Banff Ave Brewing Co. and Park Distillery. 

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A visit to Banff and Lake Louise is the perfect way to spark the romance flame, where the possibility of magically romantic moments are waiting to fill the pages of your clients' next fairy tale adventure. Consider these unique experiences sure to light up the soul of your clients and their loved one.

If your clients are in need of an intimate experience, a cozy cabin is the answer. Another way to spend a romantic getaway is with a cozy soak with unparalleled views. Some hotels offer prime vistas and outdoor hot tubs. Another alternative is the Banff Upper Hot Springs with natural hot spring thermal waters and views of the Rundle range. 

After a relaxing day, your clients will want to make a reservation for dinner, drinks, and dessert. Banff and Lake Louise are well-known for hand-crafted, Alberta-made spirits and beers and farm-to-table meals.

A journey to Lake Louise is nothing short of magical. Ice skating is the perfect way for couples to truly immerse in the presence of that special someone, with the beauty of Banff National Park as a backdrop. Afterward, they can cozy up around the lakeside campfire, and explore the enchanting ice castle.

With ample options for horse-drawn sleighs and dogsled rides, your clients can bring their very own “happily ever after” to life as they are whisked away by a carriage or sleigh into the depths of a whimsical forest. For a more thrilling experience, Mt. Norquay tube park offers the opportunity to glide down Alberta’s longest laneways in a tube for two, including a night tube ride by starlight.

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