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We hiked to the top of Sulphur Mountain this morning and ended up being able to get the gondola for free down as it was before 10am which was a bonus, but we were happy to pay the $32 for down only regardless so was...More
Using the Canadian word for anything outstanding ‘awesome’ is the only word we can think oft describe this. The gondola ride up the mountain was thrilling with far reaching views. We were lucky to do this trip on a fine sunny day so we could...More
Our Group took Gondola Ride to top of Sulphur Mountain then spent time taking photos from the many viewing decks that are built into this impressive Mountain
Spectacular views which ever way we turned
Totally spellbinding to see snow capped mountains at vantage points in...More
This was always going to be a big day with so much to see.
Firstly breakfast at the Hotel cafe - Karen was so excited at the thought of Toast and Vegemite, and Muesli for me (sorry Starbucks). So with a fresh shirt and underwear...More
Ride the Banff Gondola to the top of Sulpher Mt. for panoramic views. Extensive interpretive inside multilevel offering food/drink, restrooms firepits and multi level decking with extended hike to the Cosmic Ray station even further up the mountain. Go on a semi clear day and...More
Our SOTC tour group stayed overnight at Banff and the next morning, proceeded to Banff National Park - Canada's first national park - nestled in the Canadian Rockies. The bus took us through the towering mountains of Rundle, Tunnel, Cascade and Norquay, amid craggy rock...More
We’ve come to find out Banff isn’t the most stroller/kid friendly place to visit, but the gondola was the perfect adventure for us. We have a one year old and a three month old, used our backpack carriers, and explored up top. There is enough...More
The amazing mountain ranges in Banff National Park included Sulphur Mountain, snow capped rising above the greenery of the forest. I explored the Alps last year and I would say with pride our Canadian Rockies are at least equivalent in awesome views.
Temperature as you...More
Spectacular and panoramic views of the peaks and lakes and cloud formations- what an amazing view. If you have the time, it’s definitely worth walking it up. It was a good walk up the mountain and met people with all levels of fitness and age...More