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Canada’s first national park began with the discovery of natural hot springs now infamously known as the Cave and Basin National Historic Site. These springs are naturally heated through geothermic activity from deep within the Earth’s crust. This phenomenon became a mecca for people seeking healing properties and therapeutic benefits. Although it’s prohibited for visitors to take a dip in…

With its endless opportunities for outdoor adventures, glacial lakes, and stunning snow-capped mountain peaks, Banff has easily become one of the world’s most sought-after places to visit. This national park located west of Calgary, Alberta is rich with culture and natural history that amaze all visitors who come to experience what Banff has to offer. Below, we’ve outlined ten of…

As your chosen lodge in Banff, we are happy to welcome our guests as Alberta continues with its relaunching strategy. We continue to be committed to the health and safety of our patrons and staff while ensuring that your stay is as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. To help slow the spread of COVID-19, we are complying with the guidelines…

Located on Bear Street, Within just a five-minute drive or a leisurely 20-minute walk from The Rundlestone Lodge, stands the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies. Founded by local artists Catharine and Peter Whyte in 1968, this important institution holds valuable stories from the 1800s to the present, archived within photographs, paintings, artifacts, and art exhibits. Regarded as one of…

The historic site of the Cave and Basin is the very reason that Banff National Park exists. Here, guests are brought into the rich history of Banff and the discovery of the hot springs through interactive exhibits, film presentations, and unique artifacts. This educational museum is a must for visitors who want to get a peak into the very beginnings…

There is nowhere else in the world quite like Banff National Park. Every turn is a picturesque scene with towering mountains, stunning turquoise lakes, and vibrant wildlife. Banff is truly a nature lover's dream, offering plenty of opportunities for adventure and exploration all year round. With so much to do, our friendly staff at the Rundlestone Lodge are available to…

As the world’s first country to establish a national park service, Canada is the premier destination for vast scenery and breathtaking landscapes. From mountain peaks and crystal-clear lakes to thick forests and endless ocean coast, Canada offers some of the most diverse attractions and geological features. The country is rich with nature, vast open spaces, and endless opportunities for outdoor…

Scenic Banff and the surrounding mountains provide some of the most beautiful and serene places on earth. The crystal blue skies and the abundance of nature make the Canadian Rockies a perfect place to visit any time of year. One of the must-do things when visiting Banff is Hot Springs. CP Rail’s Discovery of Thermal Waters Around 1883 while surveying…

Banff National Park is rich in history with many hidden gems to uncover during your visit. Are you ready to discover a ghost town that was once a thriving centre just outside the town of Banff? If you are looking for a little adventure along with some interesting historical sites, you need to visit Bankhead. Coal Mining History Bankhead, situated…