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Banff Ambassador Program

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Welcome to Banff & Lake Louise! The Banff Ambassador Program is a fun and informative program that helps new residents of Banff & Lake Louise learn more about Banff National Park so that they can share their knowledge with visitors. The two-part program is offered by Banff & Lake Louise Tourism in collaboration with BanffLIFE and Discover Banff Tours. 

During the program you will learn about Banff National Park’s diverse wildlife and interesting history, be able to identify local landmarks, become aware of Park rules and regulations, find out how to play and stay safe, and explore things to do and see in the Park. 

Upon completion of Parts One and Two of the program, participants are eligible to receive the Experience Banff National Park Passport valued at over $500, enabling you to meet people in your community, experience local businesses and attractions, and share your knowledge and stories.

Banff Ambassador Program: Part One

It is free and you do not need to register in advance, but please arrive at least 15 minutes early. Latecomers may not be seated. You are eligible to participate in Part One of the Program if you are working in Banff or Lake Louise. 

The dates and times for upcoming sessions are listed below. 

Locations:
  • 101 Bear Street: on the corner of Bear St and Buffalo St, above the library
Upcoming Sessions
  • August 2 : 3:30 - 5pm, 101 Bear Street
  • August 16 : 3:30 - 5pm, 101 Bear Street
  • September 6 : 3:30 - 5pm, 101 Bear Street
  • September 20 : 3:30 - 5pm, 101 Bear Street

For more information, please contact info@banfflakelouise.com.

Banff Ambassador Program: Part Two

You are eligible to participate in Part Two of the Program if you have completed Part One and you are working in Banff or Lake Louise. Part Two is an interpretive sightseeing tour of Banff National Park, during which you will visit the most important and popular sites in the area and maybe even spot some wildlife.
 
Tours run every day from 8:30am - 11:30am and cost $10 plus GST per person. You must book your tour at least 24 hours in advance by visiting the Discover Banff Tours store in Sundance Mall (215 Banff Avenue) and showing your card from Part One and proof of employment in Banff. 

Course Resources

Download the Banff Ambassador Course Resources sheet, which contains information about Banff National Park and the special community that lives within it. The sheet is available in the following languages: English, Filipino, French, Japanese, Korean.