Banff Trail Motel

2107-16th Ave. North West, Calgary, T2M 4M3, Canada
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Calgary, jasper , banff in July

by coolvoila

We are scheduled to arrive in Calgary on July 3rd afternooon and fly back on July 8th evening from Calgary and will drive to the Rockies and thats all that is planned so far. Can you advise me on the itenary for the 5 days I have...which places should I visit and in what order ...shd I go to Banff first and then Jasper and the must see places, activites..etc etc and which scenic routes do you recommend ...also which cities/towns shd I look for acco in . Its going to be a busy time of the year esp with the Calgary that event worth spending time on ..which events are recommended.Also we have a 1 yr old please sugegst activites etc
I am looking at this forum to help me plan my trip and all responses would be highly appreciated

Re: Calgary, jasper , banff in July

by Amy26

Hello, where will you be coming from? The stampede is a very very busy time in Calgary, if you are planning on staying in the city for this time you will have to start looking for hotels now. Banff is always a very nice spot to visit, there is lots of little shops and great things to do, but it can be $$$$$. Also you might want to head up North to Edmonton so you can visit the mall. There is an amusment park and water park there. Your one year old will have lots of fun things to do and see.


Travel Tips for Calgary

Go up in the Tower to have a...

by platinum1

Go up in the Tower to have a look around at the city from that height, you really can see for miles.

Also, go to the Olymic stadium, even though it will probably never be used for an olymics again it was amazing wandering around, trying out the toboggon run, going to the Icehouse. Everything! We took a bus ride from the Olympic stadium to get back into town (Well to a train anyway) and ended up going all round the houses for an hour - literally! We went round some of the new estates that are being built, and I really want to buy one of them! Then getting the train into town really made me feel like i'd seen a little bit of Canada and the Canadians, not just the touristy bits.

Of course, if you are in...

by glicko

Of course, if you are in Calgary during the first week of July, you will be dragged to the Stampede. The Calgary Exhibition and Stampede is the the city's BIG event. The city goes nuts. Shopping mall parking lots vye for the coveted title of largest pancake breakfast ever served (BTW, these breakfasts are free for all comers). There's a midway, concerts, and all the usual fair trappings, plus the largest rodeo in North America. Prepare to drink beer, eat beef, watch epic man and beast stuggles, and fatten yourself with (everyone's favourite) 'Those L'il Donoughts.' The chinook. Means 'snow-eater' in, I believe, Blackfoot. Mid-winter, the temperature is hovering around -10°C. Then one day the wind starts blowing from the west. The air dries out. The temperature rises. The snow disapears. And a spectacular arc of clouds forms over the Rockies.

Spring ritual, gophers awake from hibernation.

by dabidc

The Gopher is a small animal that usually resides in farmer's fields but will adapt easily to any green area. Especially by roadsides and in park in the city.

The sign on the paved bike path is a warning that the path may be uneven or have pot holes as a result of gophers digging new tunnels for their living quarters.

The combined bike and walking paths extend more than 400 kms within the city limits. Generally in park areas and alongside both rivers and the one major lake in the city, they permit us all to get out and be active all year round. Some of the paths are cleared of snow to allow bikers inparticular to commute to work.

A Park for all seasons

by scottishvisitor

Calgary was the first Canadian city to host the winter olympic games in 1988. The park offers competition training, sport and recreation year round for athletes and the general public. Naturally, in winter it is a popular place for skiing and snowboarding. When the snow has gone, the park offers mountain biking with 25 kilometres of single and open track trails. All sports equipment is available for hire in the park.

Nice Campground for families!

by Seradoms

The Bow Valley Campground is about 1 hours drive outside of the city driving towards the beautiful Rocky Mountains. They have lots of sites, trees and are right on a nice blue river. Its only $17 CAD a night too! I dont have their phone number, but just look up their website! :-)


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Address: 2107-16th Ave. North West, Calgary, T2M 4M3, Canada