Getting to Banff

Since Calgary International Airport is just an hour and half from Banff and a little over two hours from Lake Louise, you’ll find a Banff ski vacation is extremely convenient. Calgary International Airport services 84 different cities worldwide via nonstop flights. Once in Calgary ski travelers have the option to take a frequent airport shuttle service to Banff Lake Louise lodging accommodations, or rent a car and drive along the all-weather, four-lane Trans-Canada Highway, aka Hwy 1.

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Directions to Banff

From the airport head North toward Airport Road NE, turn left toward 19 Street NE, turn right onto 19 Street NE, turn left onto 96 Avenue NE/Airport Trail NE W. Merge onto Deerfoot Trail/AB-2 N via the tram. Continue to follow AB-2 N for almost two and half miles. Take exit 271 to merge onto Stoney Trail NW/Alberta 201 W and continue for 15 miles. Take exit 36 for AB-1 W/Trans-Canada Highway and continue for almost 70 miles. Take exit toward Banff. Turn left onto Mt Norquay Road; continue onto Gopher Street/Lynx Street. Turn left onto Wolf Street, then turn onto Banff Avenue. You’ve arrived at your Banff Lake Louise ski vacation