Brewster Airport Shuttles and Transfers
DISCOUNT AVAILABLE BY PHONE AND ONLY ON THE FOLLOWING NUMBER: 1 800 760 6934
Booking Code: BLLTAG2014
Promo Start Date: 29 Jan 2014 Promo End Date: 14 Mar 2014
Promo Travel Dates: 01 Apr 2014 Promo End Date: 22 May 2014
You and your partner will receive 50% off any Brewster airport shuttles and well as any Brewster shuttle transfer including transfers between Banff and Lake Louise and Banff/Lake Louise and Jasper.
- Free Wi-Fi
- Spacious comfortable, reclining seats
- On-board lavatory facilities
- Large viewing windows
- NO extra luggage charges
- Agents must identify themselves as booking on the Banff Lake Louise Travel Agent Month offer.
- Agents must provide IATAN number.
Getting to Banff from the Calgary Airport
From the Calgary airport you can either take a scheduled airport transfer service – See discounted offer for travel agents from Brewster above.
Alternatively you can rent a car. Banff National Park is only a 90-minute (140 km/87 mi) drive west of Calgary, Alberta, along the TransCanada Highway. Many international carriers and airlines service the Calgary International Airport, making it easy and convenient to access this destination from locations around the world. If you're driving, don't forget to buy a Park Pass.
Arriving by Rail
If you are arriving from Vancouver on VIA rail or taking the VIA from Jasper to Vancouver you can either rent a car in Jasper or take a Brewster shuttle transfer – See discounted offer for transfers for travel agents above.
Rocky Mountaineer Departs from Banff and Lake Louise – see the ‘Rail Deals for more details.
Getting Around in Banff
There are a number of ways to visit and see our National Park
Take a tour (See discounted rates on our tours) You can also rent a car or hire a bike or take a taxi.
The town of Banff also has ‘Roam’ the public transit, which services the downtown as well as a number of attractions including the Banff Gondola and the Cave and Basin.
There’s only one way to get to Lake Louise from Banff and that’s to the west. You have the options of driving the four-lane Trans-Canada Highway or the curvy 1A Bow Valley Parkway if you’re looking for the longer, more scenic route, you can also enjoy a sightseeing tour or take a scheduled bus services to Lake Louise.
Some natural assets and viewpoints in Banff National Park can be reached by car, and many of the more popular attractions offer paved, wheelchair-friendly pathways to the door. Most new buildings provide wheelchair access as do many hotels, theatres and restaurants, but it’s always best to give advance notice of any special requirements.