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Banff National Park

"Who moved Banff from the Rockies to Ottawa?"
New legislation was hinted in the back pages of the federal budget.
There's no better place to have a quintessential Canadian winter.
The 225-kilogram grizzly ate another bear last fall.
September is the height of fall in Banff National Park. The world's third-oldest national park is at its least crowded and arguably its most picturesque in September and early October, but the cool winter temperatures come quickly, and waiting too long to plan a visit can mean you're too late. The following are five reasons why you shouldn't hesitate to visit Banff National Park this fall.
She weighs just two pounds.
Snow way.
When you hear the names "Whistler-Blackcomb" or "Sunshine Village," you probably don't think about summer. June, July and August may not be the best months to throw on your snow gear and conquer the steeps, but they are the best months for action-packed thrills, sightseeing and adventuring at your favourite ski resorts.
Getting hit by a train? This bear don't care.