Getting to Banff

 

Driving

Banff National Park is located along the Trans Canada Highway. Open year-round, the Trans Canada is a well maintained road that winds its way through the Canadian Rockies. 
If you are coming from the east, Banff is a 90 minute (140 kilometre or 87 mile) drive west of Calgary, Alberta. If you are coming from the west, Banffis a scenic day’s drive (850 kilometers or 530 miles) from Vancouver, traveling through the Coast Mountains, wine country of British Columbia and then the spectacular Canadian Rockies.


You can find out more information about parking in Banff here.

Flying

Many international and North American airlines fly directly to the Calgary International Airport. 
From the airport, it is a scenic 90 minute (140 kilometre or 87 mile) drive to Banff.There are regular shuttle bus connections from the airport to Banff or you could rent a car from the airport.

If you would like to make a proper road trip, Vancouver International Airport is 850 kilometers (530 miles) to the west of Banff.

Scheduled Bus

There are scheduled bus services from Calgary International Airport and downtownCalgary to Banff, as well as from various long haul bus services. 

 
 

Helpful Links

ALPINE LIMOUSINE & TOURS
+1 403 762 5558
alpinelimo.ca

BANFF AIRPORTER
+1 888 449 2901
banffairporter.com

BANFF TAXI
+1 403 762 0000
banfftransportation.com

BREWSTER AIRPORT SERVICES
+1 866 606 6700
brewster.ca

CANADA COACH LINES
+ 1 403 762 5844
canadacoachlines.ca

WESTJET AIRLINE
westjet.com


Plan Your Trip

Use the trip planning tool on the Banff Lake Louise Tourism site to find a place to stay and lodging packages. If you would like to learn more, Contact us.