A GUIDE TO VISITING BANFF NATIONAL PARK IN WINTER Part #4
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Drive Bow Valley Parkway
Despite the fact that the Icefields Parkway is generally viewed as the most panoramic detour to drive in Alberta (to which I would concur), there's another street you should take while in the Banff zone for some unimaginable perspectives of Castle Mountain (presented previously). Bow Valley Parkway keeps running along the old Trans Canada expressway and is an incredible course to movement amongst Banff and Lake Louise.
Look at Bow Lake
I couldn't discover Bow Lake on any of my "must see" Banff attractions, however when I found a photograph of it online shrouded in a layer of thick snow and with a dreamlike walker connect prompting the edge of the lake, I knew I needed to make it a stop on my rundown!
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