Banff Indigenous Walking Tour
Thank you for booking a tour with us. Below are details to assist you in preparing for the Banff Indigenous Walking Tour.
If you have any questions you can reach out to us at 403-966-9798 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are a few details for your upcoming tour: The tour is approximately 90 mins to 120 mins depending on the speed of the group. The trail is a combination of paved trail and gravel. Comfortable footwear suggested for the 2.0 kilometer return trip
Tour Meeting Place: Our start and end point is just outside of the Banff Park Museum National Historic Site in the town of Banff, in Banff National Park. The meeting location is outside of the museum on the east side of the building. Look out for your guide in a ribbon skirt.
Getting to the town of Banff from Calgary: Travel West on the TransCanada Highway to the town of Banff, once in Banff, follow Banff Avenue south and you will find the Banff Park Museum National Historic Site in the center of town, and immediately before crossing the bridge at the cross street of Buffalo Street.
Where to park?
You will be able to find free parking in the Banff Park Museum National Historic Site and free street parking in the area.
If you get turned around or are unsure if you are in the right location, please 403-966-9798 and we can provide you with assistance.
What should I bring with me?
We recommend comfortable walking shoes, hiking boots are not required. We recommend checking the weather forecast and planning accordingly. Other recommended items to bring would be a camera, sunscreen, hats, sunglasses, and reusable water bottles.
We ask guests to wear mask during the outdoor tour to further reduce any potential risk. We also ask that you maintain social distancing during the tour of 2 meters from the guide and people outside of your cohort. We have lots of space along the trail to ensure distancing.
Looking for additional information? Have a look at our FAQ section or reach out to us at 403-966 -9798 or at email@example.com