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Flying into Calgary for 3 days

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I'm planning to fly into Calgary for 3 days over the Labour Day long weekend. The main draw, obviously, is Banff/Jasper. Given the limited amount of time, I think I want to spend 2 days in Banff and 1 day around Lake Louise. It's an expensive trip for only 3 days, but I use my longer vacations for out-of-country travels.

I am thinking of hiring a car and driving around by myself or with friends in Calgary, stopping for photos, short treks, or just relaxing and soaking up all that nature. I haven't planned out the details of specific stops, but since I'm not really into hiking (short treks are ok), I figured 3 days in total should be sufficient. I would like a second opinion about how much sense this actually makes.

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