Banff, Alberta directions
Banff National Park, Canada
Banff, Alberta, Canada highway travel routes, air travel and distance charts.
Travel by road to Banff, Alberta:
Highway #1 (Trans Canada Highway) is the main route for travel in the Banff National Park. The highway connects Banff, Alberta to Canmore in the south and Lake Louise in the north.
Highway #93 is a secondary mountain highway located north of Banff, Alberta and south of Lake Louise, Alberta. Hwy #93 connects with the community of Invermere, B.C. and with the resort village of Radium Hot Springs in British Columbia, Canada.
Air Travel to Banff:
Major airports are located in Calgary and Edmonton Alberta. Calgary is a 1-2 hour drive to Banff and Edmonton is about a 4-6 hour drive.
Distance Chart, Banff, Alberta, Canada
|Red Deer, Alberta||265||166|
|Lake Louise, Alberta||58||36|
|High River, Alberta||191||119|
|Radium Hot Springs, BC||136||85|
|Invermere, British Columbia||152||94|
|Golden, British Columbia||139||87|