Things You Didn’t Know About Banff National Park
We know there are questions around travel amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Read our note here.
Banff National Park is Canada’s most visited national park, welcoming around 4 million tourists every year. And it’s not hard to see why: The park covers an exquisite mountainous landscape in the Canadian Rockies, where high-altitude emerald and turquoise lakes are scattered between jagged, snow-capped peaks. The park is home to a number of caves, including Canada’s longest, Castleguard Cave. Visitors to Banff National Park regularly spot varied wildlife such as bighorn sheep, elk, bears, moose, wolves, cougars, and lynx. But even though its name may be familiar, you might not know as much about this national park as you think. Here are eight fascinating facts about Banff National Park.