Walking Trails Near Banff, AB
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Walking Trails Near Banff, AB

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Banff has 12 walking trails. These trails range from 0.4 to 3.1 miles in length. The most popular trails are Johnston Canyon, Tunnel Mountain and Stewart Canyon. Trails.com member Wendy W. recently completed Tunnel Mountain. See all Banff trails.
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Connoisseurs of mountain beauty have a deep affection for Tunnel Mountain. James Outram ...
Catwalks and view platforms permit a unique variety of vantage points for enjoying this ...
Although you can drive to the Hoodoos, there are bonus rewards if you take this trail: ...
A 0.9 km level trail leads to Copper Lake, which has superb views of Castle Mountain. ...
This short nature trail takes you through a stand of aspens, past a group of ancient Douglas ...
Starting from a parking lot high above Banff, the trail to the summit of Stoney Squaw ...
The Cave and Basin appeals to visitors for many reasons. The idea for setting aside Canada’s ...
Although you can drive to Bow Falls, the paved walkway is a scenic though sometimes crowded ...
Bankhead was a mining town built in 1904 by the Canadian Pacific Railway. The community ...
Named for George Stewart, first superintendent of Canada’s first national park, Stewart ...
Johnson Lake is a popular spot for picnicking, fishing, and swimming. Bicycles are permitted; ...
The Fenland Trail is short but sweet. Along its 1.14-mile length, the trail winds through ...
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