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Virtual 360° Tours

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Explore some of our favourite Banff and Lake Louise sites in detail with a range of interactive 360 videos. Scan the landscape at your leisure, and imagine soaking up the sights, smells and sounds of the mountains. 

Soak up Johnston Canyon Falls

Carved into the limestone bedrock by thousands of years of water erosion, the dramatic Johnston Canyon is a must-visit natural attraction in Banff National Park. You can explore overhanging canyon walls, waterfalls, and lush forest via smooth trails and catwalks, or simply navigate the 360 video from the comfort of your home.

During the winter months, Johnston Canyon is a popular ice walking and ice climbing spot. The frozen Upper Falls and make for excellent beginner and advanced ice climbing. Although ice climbing might sound rather daunting, with proper instruction complete beginners can climb simple routes - if you can climb a ladder, you can climb a frozen waterfall.

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Explore The Hoodoos Trail 

Visit some of Banff’s most striking geological features on The Hoodoos Trail, a pleasant, forested trail by the Bow River. Wind your way past the cliff face of Tunnel Mountain before witnessing the remarkable sandstone Hoodoos. 

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Search the shores of Lake Minnnewanka

Lake Minnewanka is a stunning glacial lake five kilometres (three miles) from the town of Banff. At 21 kilometres (13 miles) long, this spectacular blue-green beauty is the perfect backdrop for picnicking, mountain biking, canoeing, and peaceful shoreline wanders. 

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Take a fall walk along the Bow Lake Lakeshore

Bow Lake is another turquoise gem on the incredible Icefields Parkway. A walk along the shoreline offers breathtaking alpine views in all seasons.

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Banff and Lake Louise in 360: Wild Ice Skating On Vermilion Lakes

Imagine yourself ice skating in the open air with rosy cheeks and a huge grin. For a short and elusive window of time at the beginning of winter you can skate on Banff's frozen, uncleared lakes, breathing in the icy-cold air as you gaze up at the towering peaks of the Canadian Rockies. 

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Find more interactive 360 videos on our YouTube Channel

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