What to Do in Banff This Fall Season: A Foliage Guide

Most people know Banff for its unreal blue lakes, summer hiking, and unbelievable drives.

But what if I told you all of that gets a million times better when it’s  painted in a sea of gold larches? That’s exactly why you need to  explore Banff in the fall!

Banff fall foliage is a site for sore eyes, and in this guide we’re  going to cover everything you need to know about visiting Banff National  Park!

Explore Icefields Parkway

Icefields is the iconic Canadian Rockies road that runs from Banff National Park to Jasper National Park.

After sunrise at the lake, you’ll be conveniently located right next to one of the best fall hikes in Banff.

Catch Sunrise at Lake Moraine

The Valley is a great hike that is more than likely going to be covered in orange when you visit!

Hike Through Larch Valley

The wolf-shaped Peyto Lake is one of the most popular things to do in  Banff, even in the fall, so make sure you get to the parking lot early!

Marvel Over Peyto Lake

I love visiting the lake for fall colors because at the right time, the plants surrounding this dreamy, blue lake will turn gold.

Wake Up for Sunrise at Lake Louise

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