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The Weather in Banff
Find the Banff climate diagram. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. On the contrary, the coolest month is December. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is January.
Banff vacation homes bring you close to cultured wilderness
Bears, wolves and birds of prey rule the forests of Banff, Canada. Typical accommodations in the region include elegant houses with indoor pools and simple mountain cabin rentals.
Eating out in Banff
If you are a meat lover, head to Saltlik Restaurant, a temple to steak. Rib eye doused in rosemary butter is served in an elegant dining room. It's not all about the steak though; the brunch menu includes mango-stuffed French toast and other specialities.
For a less meaty option, head to Nourish Restaurant, where the dishes are all about vegetarian and vegan cuisine. Locally sourced produce dominate the serving platters of this attractive buffet restaurant. To finish off, don't miss out on sampling the craft brews at Banff's Park Distillery.
Art and culture in Banff
Gaze in amazement at the spectacular landscapes produced by Canada's famous Group of Seven painters, featured in the collection at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies.
If you want more culture, there is plenty to be had in Banff. The Banff Centre has a rich programme packed with lectures, exhibitions and concerts year-round. Come in July to catch the Banff Summer Arts Festival, August for the String Quartet Competition, or November for the Film and Book Festival.
Go wild in Banff National Park
Banff National Park is the place to spot bears from a comfortable cabin amidst vast mountain ranges. Wild flowers cling to the slopes of Banff's sky-high mountains, and serene streams glisten in the valleys below.
Banff is the third oldest national park in the world, and at 6641sqkm, there's ample space for climbing, hiking, skiing and boating.
After your outdoor exertions, head to Upper Hot Springs Pool to experience one of the region's most delightful attractions. Warm water bubbles from beneath Sulphur Mountain, filled with healing minerals. It's the perfect place to wind down and relax.
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