Getting Here

Getting to our wonderful Canmore and Banff area is super easy. If you’re flying in, the Calgary International Airport will likely be your first stop. From there a shuttle or rental car is only 90 minutes to Canmore; travel west via Calgary’s new “Stoney Trail” highway and then along Canada’s Trans Canada Highway #1. Canada’s Highway #1 connects right through to Vancouver so if you’re coming from British Columbia no problem. Multiple US/Canada Border Crossings between Alberta/Montana/Idaho/Washington/British Columbia are available to get our American neighbors up here.

The Icefields Parkway, considered one of the most scenic stretches of highway in the world, runs north-south connecting Jasper with the Trans-Canada Highway #1 near Lake Louise and Banff. For current road conditions please check the AMA Road Reports for Mountain Parks and/or Parks Canada Road Condition Report
Please note that the maximum speed limit inside our national parks is 90 km/hr, with several areas having slower limits for wildlife safety.

Air Plane By Air
Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver all have international airports that are serviced by major national and international carriers. Learn more about airline service to Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver
Rail By Rail
Banff National Park can be accessed by both Via Rail and Rocky Mountaineer. Rail travel allows lucky travelers to sit back and relax, while enjoying some of the most beautiful scenery found anywhere!
Bus By Bus
The Banff Airporter Shuttle Service to and from the Calgary International Airport stops in both Canmore and Banff. Greyhound bus service to Canmore and Banff from Calgary and other cities is also available.
By Vehicle By Rental Car
There are several car rental agencies available at our airports and also within Canmore and Banff. For more information please check out Avis, Budget,Hertz Car Rental, and/or National Car Rental.

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