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Fairmont Banff Springs, Winter, Banff National Park
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Please note, activities are subject to change. Please visit our Concierge team for activity details & hours.
Meet some of Canada’s top artists, prep for a day of trekking into the alpine with a pro, take a history tour and join a Canadian tradition — gooey toasted marshmallows by the campfire. We’ve designed our cultural programs to be compelling, hands-on and educational — and fun, too.

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cultural activities at the castle


Come and engage with our Artist in Residence first hand in the Artist room on Lobby Level. These artists are some of the best in Canada.

Fairmont Banff Springs, History

history tour

Learn about the beginnings of Banff National Park and the Banff Springs Hotel. This 30 minute tour is led by a Fairmont guide and will take you through a brief but fascinating history of the area.

Fairmont Banff Springs, Winter


Set in the heart of the Castle and the Canadian Rockies, our private campfire pits are the perfect spot for a night of family fun or a romantic evening.
Tip: Add on a s’mores kit or bottle of bubbly to make the most of your evening!

Fairmont Banff Springs, Spring/Summer

twilight walk

Join our Fairmont guide as they take you on a starlight walk. Learn about the National Park, hotel, nature and sky around you.


Snowshoeing is a beautiful, peaceful way to get some exercise, sightsee and experience the hushed woods in winter — and even spot wildlife. Our guide outfits you with gear and gives a brief introduction before your venture out into the wilderness.


Take a walk down the Spray Trail with one of Resort Animators and learn about the local mountain landscape and wildlife that roam our beautiful local area. Easy walk for all guests. On Tuesdays our canine ambassador Bear joins the Walk and guests are welcome to bring their own dogs.

Forest Bathing in Banff National Park


Forest bathing is a mindfulness practice born in Japan, known as Shinrin Yoku. Participants are encouraged to stop and connect with nature in a deep and profound way through this experience. Led by a Fairmont guide, this two-hour group session helps to reduce stress and anxiety and improve overall wellbeing.


Download the RunGo App for our recommended hiking, biking and walking trails in Banff National Park. Let the app guide you on your journey through the Rockies! Tip: Check out our Top Hikes In Banff blog post for inspiration!

SUMMER CULTURAL activities at the castle


Join us for a guided bike ride along the Bow River and Vermilion Lakes Road. This is an easy -moderate 15km return bike ride. Ages 13+ (recommended). Registration required.


Join one of our Fairmont Guides for a walking tour in the town of Banff. You will learn local history, fun facts and more!

Fairmont Banff Springs, Summer


Join our experienced guide for a hike up iconic Tunnel Mountain. Take in panoramic views of the Bow Valley and Banff Springs Golf Course at the summit from this classic trek. Allow two-and-a-half or three hours. (Difficulty: moderate. Elevation gain: 300 meters (948 feet).

For more details regarding our Resort Activities or to make reservations, please reach out to our Concierge Team at 403-762-6895 or e-mail.  You can also find our Resort Activities Policies here.

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