Jasper & Banff

Old Jan 10th, 2021, 09:38 AM
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Jasper & Banff

The past 2 years we cancelled a trip to the canadian rockies (fires & Covid). Hopefully this will be our year. We'd like to travel in late September and early October. We plan to rent a vehicle. We're trying to decide if we should fly into Edmonton and drive to Jasper then south to Banff and fly home from Calgary or just fly into Calgary and see both directions along Icefield parkway? Also how much time in Jasper? I'm thinking a minimum of 4 days with a week in Banff. Would like to include Yoho in the week in Banff. Any advice or suggestion should be greatly appreciated.
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IMO, the Icefields Parkway is well worth a drive both ways. And Calgary is very convenient to Banff, so my vote is in/out Calgary. Plan for a full day each way on the parkway, as you will want to stop for sightseeing, pictures, and some short hikes. Minimum 3 nights in Jasper.
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