Banff National Park in Alberta Ready to Open After Recent Storm

Banff National Park, the Town of Banff and Lake Louise were not directly impacted by the recent storm that triggered flooding in many communities across southern Alberta, cutting off key transportation routes, disrupting power and water supplies, and interrupting communication channels. 

Banff, AlbertaThe Town of Banff, Parks Canada, and the RCMP worked together to ensure public safety. The majority of the national park's highways have also been cleared for travel. Park information centers, lodging, restaurants, retail businesses and attractions are ready to welcome guests.

The following is a guide by the Banff Lake Louise Tourism for travelers who are planning to visit Banff National Park:

•         Airport shuttle companies have resumed service between the Calgary International Airport and Banff National Park.

•         There is unrestricted visitor access to Banff and Lake Louise via Hwy 93 North (the Icefields Parkway).

•         There is unrestricted visitor access to Banff and Lake Louise via Hwy 93 South.

•         The Trans-Canada Highway is open to and from Banff from the west.

•         Local Roam bus service has resumed operation.

•         Most major attractions and classic national park visitor experiences are open.

•         Food and fuel supplies have been restored.


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