Banff Area Signature Hiking Tours
DURATION: 07:00 (APPROX.)
Explore the natural landscape and beauty of Banff National Park by joining us on one of our signature hikes. Choose from our 4 different hiking locations – from moderate to challenging – set throughout the week.
Hiking in the Canadian Rockies is one of the best ways to explore the natural landscape and beauty of Banff National Park. We offer 4 tour locations on set days throughout the week. Each trail; having its own charm and challenges. Every tour includes hotel pick up and drop off, a hearty packed lunch and use of hiking poles if you need them. Please refer to the Hiking Schedule below for specific information about the individual locations and our hiking schedule. Early and Late season hiking conditions may affect the scheduled hike; an alternative trail will be assigned.
- Certified Hiking Guide
- Hotel pick up and drop off
- Use of hiking poles
- Use of binoculars
- Packed lunch
- Guests must be 13 or older for this tour
You are in a small personalized hiking group and will go at a steady pace to accomodate all abilities. Due to early and late season conditions, your hike may be subsitituted with a trail with better conditions. We reserve the right to cancel due to poor weather conditions.
A small back pack, comfortable clothing and sturdy hiking/running shoes, we suggest a warm waterproof layer as mountain weather is unpredictable and can change instantly. You may bring your own additional snacks and water. Don’t forget your camera!
Early Season Hiking Tours & Schedule
June 1st – June 30th 2016 (please call to book and confirm)
Please Note: Early season hiking locations may change depending on trail conditions. Starting July 1st we will aim to run our regular hiking schedule.
Regular Season Hiking Tours & Schedule
July 1st to October 10th (Please pick the correct day of the week to book online)
Sunshine Meadows Hiking with Shuttle
From Banff – June 19th to October 10th – Daily (book online)
The Sunshine Meadows are known by many as the most stunning alpine setting in the Canadian Rockies. Situated at an average elevation of 2220m (7,300ft), the meadows straddle the Continental Divide and the boundary between Alberta and British Columbia. Surrounded by some of the Rockies’ highest peaks, the unobstructed views are beyond compare. Wildlife abounds in the meadows, and the brilliance of the summer flowers and autumn larches guarantees spectacular scenery on every visit.
Banff Adventures Unlimited
Banff Adventures Unlimited has been assisting visitors to the Canadian Rockies for over 20 years. Our ticket office, conveniently located downtown Banff, also gives clients a chance to chat face to face with a knowledgeable agent about tour or activity questions or directions.