Banff was intended to be a tourist's paradise. Even its major thoroughfare, Banff Avenue, is situated to provide the finest view of Cascade Mountain. The patios and terraces of upscale restaurants are frequently crowded with patrons who are enjoying the breathtaking surroundings. Along the charming streets, which occasionally see a deer travelling through the town, are local businesses and art galleries. Banff National Park is a small piece of heaven and one of Canada's most beautiful national parks. Everyone will find something to enjoy here thanks to the majestic mountains, diverse animals, magnificent scenery, excellent hiking, and quaint tiny villages.
Banff, which the Canadian Pacific Railway originally referred to as "Siding 29," is fundamentally a railroad town. The Society of American Travel Writers dubbed our train the "Best Train Experience in the World," and it travels into and out of the famed Banff Railway Station on its First Passage to the West rail route.
With day trips in opulent, bi-level, glass-dome coaches provided by Gold Leaf Service and overnight stays in Kamloops, British Columbia, passengers onboard are treated to an unmatched Canadian Rockies experience. In this instance, travelling to and from Banff is certainly only a small portion of the enjoyment because of the breathtaking scenery along the route.
Bring your loved ones to this place and be ready to create the best memories for a lifetime and more!