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A Winter Visit to Skoki Lodge in Banff National Park

Skoki Lodge in Banff National Park was our destination one January weekend. But you don't drive to Skoki. You ski or snowshoe the 11 kilometres in, starting at Temple Lodge at the Lake Louise Ski Resort. And in the summer you hike in - that is unless you're Prince William and Kate, in which case you fly in. The trip in to Skoki Lodge begins with a visit to Guest Services at the bottom of…

Snowshoe To The Ink Pots In Banff National Park

Snowshoeing to the Ink Pots in Banff National Park

Banff National Park is full of winter trails for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Some are well-marked well others take you into the backcountry. Snowshoeing to the Ink Pots near Johnston Canyon is one of the great options. It's 12 kilometres (return) via Moose Meadows. The trail is well-signed and easy to follow. Getting to the Ink Pots Trailhead You'll find the trailhead a few kilometres east of Castle Junction along the Bow Valley Parkway on…

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