Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada

Stay with Inspirato in heart of Banff National Park at the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, a historic hotel with a rich heritage. Grandly rising from the shores of spectacular Lake Louise, the Fairmont is surrounded by majestic mountains estimated to be 55-80 million years old.  

After a winter’s day spent skiing, skating, dog sledding, or snowshoeing, unwind at the on-site spa or enjoy après-ski with a taste of Canadian whisky. Summer months bring plenty of opportunities for hiking, canoeing, horseback riding, biking, and more. 

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Nestled within a national park, Banff is storied resort town in the province of Alberta on the east side of the Canadian Rockies. The area’s dramatic landscape encompasses more than 2,500 square miles of pristine wilderness, soaring mountain peaks, impressive glaciers, abundant wildlife, and picture-perfect Lake Louise—named after Queen Victoria’s fourth daughter. With this much natural wonder, the opportunities for recreation are endless any time of year. Nature lovers will be in their element on a guided dusk wildlife safari. Many animals are at their most active during the evening, so keep a sharp eye out for deer, moose, elk, bighorn sheep, and even grizzly bears!

Quick Facts

    YYC (Calgary International Airport)
    1,000+ miles
    Mt. Forbes (11,850 ft.)
    2,564 square miles
    55-80 million years old

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  • Forecasting Your Banff Vacation

    Banff is truly a four-season destination. In the summer, hikers and climbers take to the world-famous mountains, where sparkling waters and fragrant forests await. Winter brings plenty of snow to Banff, sometimes more than 150 inches each year. Skiers and riders can hit the slopes at one of the area’s three renowned ski resorts.


Map of Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada

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