- TripBuzz discovered 24 different types of activities for couples in the Banff National Park area, including Lake (like Moraine Lake), Canyon (like Johnston Canyon), Waterfalls (like Bow Falls) and Scenic Drives (like Icefields Parkway), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 20 date ideas in or near Banff National Park, Alberta, including 16 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Canmore, Banff and Cochrane.
A wider and shorter waterfall than most, Bow Falls is a scenic attraction that is not quite easily accessible without prior knowledge, or planning ahead. It is a peaceful location that can be enjoyed by either simply sightseeing, or venturing around the water's edge.
Winding through two national parks, this scenic road allows the traveler to enjoy a variety of scenery. Visitors may spot wildlife while driving, biking, walking, or hiking. In order to see the best features of both national parks, travelers should take Icefields Parkway, the area's best option.
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Moraine Lake Rd. off Great Divide Hwy., Lake Louise, Banff National Park, Alberta MoreLess Info
Smaller than Lake Louise, Moraine Lake has a fame all its own: in 1969 and 1979, the view of the mountains behind Moraine Lake was selected for the reverse side of the Canadian twenty dollar bill. The lake's exquisite teal green color is caused by rock flour from passing glaciers.
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111 Lake Louise Drive | Lake Louise, Banff National Park, Alberta MoreLess Info
Named for Queen Victoria's daughter, Princess Louise, Lake Louise is a regally turquoise lake, high in the Canadian Rockies. All year round, Lake Louise offers visitors wintertime skiing as well as summertime horse back riding and shopping.
Near Banff and Lake Louise, any traveler can easily access Johnston Canyon. Its primary attraction is a series of connected waterfalls. Farther up the stream, near one of the waterfalls is a naturally formed, light brown marbled wall.
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24km (15 miles) north of Banff, Banff, Banff National Park, Alberta MoreLess Info
At Banff National Park, Lake Minnewanka is one of the park's larger watering holes, surrounded by mountains, trees, and frequented by wildlife. Activities that can be enjoyed there include boat tours, hiking, camping, and more.
Chinook Rafting considers the comfort of all of their passengers by offering rafting trips for people of all abilities--beginner to Olympic white water rafter. Chinook Rafting can customize a tour for any length of time on the water and for any group such as family, friends, or fellow adventurers.
Hydra River Guides offer river rafting trips for travelers of all adventure levels from timid to adrenaline junkies. Rafting trips on the Kicking Horse River can be upgraded to include horseback riding, sky diving, or riding an ATV in the Canadian wilderness.
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Box 1140 | 100 Gopher St., Banff, Alberta MoreLess Info
Columbia Icefield Glacier Adventure offers the opportunity to travel across the Athabasca Glacier in the Canadian Rockies. During the trip, guides offer information on how environmental factors may be changing the glaciers. Travelers can also trek across part of the glacier on the tour.
Tunnel Mountain Drive near Banff allows travelers access to some of the most unique geology in the world, the hoodoos. Hoodoos, also called ?fairy chimneys,? are tall spires of rock carved by wind and water. After a short hike, visitors can reach the hoodoos, or other natural wonders not reachable by vehicle.