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1: Sunshine Village

2: Wonder Pass:

3: Banff Gondola:

4: Mt. Assiniboine

5: Cascade Mountain

6: Mount Assiniboine (Lodge)

7: Banff Townsite

8: Canmore:

27 Canmore
  • 1 Sunshine
    Sunshine Village is a major ski resort in Banff National Park, Alberta, spanning continental divide and the Alberta-British Columbia border. It is twenty minutes away from the town of Banff, and one hour and thirty minutes away from the city of Calgary, Alberta. The base of the Sunshine Village ski runs and lifts are accessed via its eight person high speed gondola, which takes guests from the car park (or bus terminal) to Goat's Eye mountain in seven minutes and to the upper Village area in thirteen minutes. From there, 107 trails spread out in a wide arc formed by the three mountain peaks surrounding the Village.
  • 12 Wonder
    Wonder Pass 2393 m Location: The pass takes its name from Wonder Peak. The view from the summit of this mountain inspires "wonder". Location Province Park Map Latitude Longitude UTM Grid Ref Alberta/BC Banff/Mount Assiniboine 82J/13 50; 53; 35 115; 35; 45 990387 Thumbnail panels:
  • 14 Gondola
    Banff: Sulphur Mountain is at the end of a ridge that is over 3.5 kilometers long and starts at the summit of Sanson Peak and passes the Banff Gondola. Banff Gondola is located just 5 minutes from the Town of Banff, on the shoulder of Sulphur Mountain, in the heart of the Canadian Rockies. The 360o view from the upper gondola terminal, view-decks and Summit Ridge interpretive boardwalk, is the very best vantage point in the west. Safely seated in 4 passenger gondola cabins, visitors are transported in 8 minutes to the summit at an elevation of 2,281m (7,486 ft) above sea level. From Sanson Peak you have some route finding difficulties, chief of which is getting through or by the Sulphur Mountain Gondola station.
  • 17 Assiniboine
    Mount Assiniboine 3618m (11871ft.) Located on the continental divide at the head of Marvel Lake Valley; head of Assiniboine Creek. on the border of Banff & Assiniboine parks, Alberta/BC border. Major headwaters Bow & Kootenay rivers. Although it can only be seen from one relatively lightly travelled roadside location in Alberta, Mount Assiniboine has become one of the most recognized mountains of the Rockies. This is undoubtedly because of its distinctive pyramidal shape as well as the lovely glacier and lake which lie below it when viewed from its most photographed angle. Christened "The Matterhorn of North America" by early travellers, its profile is classic. The peak is visible from Buller Pond on the Smith-Dorrien Trail. From this viewpoint, it is the mountains height and massiveness which are most impressive and the "Matterhorn like" shape does not present itself. The east-facing cliffs of Mount Assiniboine rise over 1700 metres above the valley below.
  • 19 Cascade
    Cascade Mountain 2998m (9836ft.) Located in the Bow River Valley west of Cascade River; north of Banff townsite. Banff Park, Alberta. People have been admiring the cascade on Cascade Mountain for a long time. The native name for the peak was, "Minihapa" which translates to "Mountain Where the Water Falls." For an alternative panoramic view from the summit of Cascade Mountain visit www.canadasmountains.com
  • 21 Assiniboine
    Assiniboine Lodge Built by the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1928, Mount Assiniboine Lodge is rustic and comfortable with space for thirty guests per night. The lodge is situated at an elevation of 7,200 feet (2,180 meters). Assiniboine Lodge is now owned by B.C. Parks. There are at least seven mountains in the Canadian Rockies that have been known as "Pyramid." Only two officially carry the name, a third having had the name removed in order to avoid confusion with the other "Pyramids
  • 22 Banff
    The town of Banff is famous for its spectacular setting, but it is more than just a pretty place. As Canada's first incorporated municipality in a national park, Banff is a very special community:
  • 27 Canmore
    Canmore is a town in Alberta, Canada, located in the Bow Valley. It is located just east of the world-famous Banff National Park, about 110 kilometres (70 mi) west of Calgary and immediately north of Kananaskis Country. The town lies in the Bow Valley, named so for the Bow River that passes through it. Its mountain setting is noted for The Three Sisters.

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