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Saturday, May 31, 2008

Why Leave Alberta?

Summer is almost here and the Banff Aspen Lodge has the perfect Alberta summer getaway. Experience Banff National Park with family and friends through our Why Leave Alberta package. This vacation includes three nights in a premium room, our Canadian Rockies Continental Breakfast daily, passes to the Banff Gondola and Banff Upper Hot Springs, a boat cruise on Lake Minnewanka, a canoe rental on Moraine Lake and vouchers to the Banff Spaghetti Factory.

Visit and view the "Three Day Packages" for more details~

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Rocky Mountain Food and Wine Festival

The Rocky Mountain Food & Wine Festival is the largest and most exciting wine and food event in Alberta and it is coming to Banff May 30 and 31, 2008! Held at The Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, with the Rocky Mountains as a backdrop, the Festival will maintain its social, relaxed atmosphere in this beautiful venue.

Food exhibitors include the Bison Mountain Bistro and General Store, The Banff Centre, The Maple Leaf, Lake Louise Station and many more~

Tickets are available online for $20, visit for more information. The Banff Aspen Lodge still has availability for May 30th and 31st - make your reservation today!

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Lots of Options...

The Banff Aspen Lodge has a variety of guestrooms available that are carefully furnished to enhance your comfort, privacy and well-being, while offering panoramic mountain views. All room categories include a full spacious bathroom, in-room refrigerator, satellite TV, clock radio, coffee maker, hairdryer, kettle, iron and ironing board and all rooms are non-smoking. Give us a call and ask about our Divided Rooms!

Past guest Misty Henry says "We loved the separate bedroom area from sitting area!"

Friday, May 2, 2008

Bike Fest~

Banff National Park to host three bike races in June

The rubber meets the road this June at the Banff National Park Bike Fest with a triple threat of exciting events – a scenic individual time trial, a high-speed criterium, and an elite invitational road race through the wilderness. Thousands of dollars in prize money, cycling gear, and lasting glory are up for grabs but so are opportunities to explore one of the world’s most unique natural destinations – whether you bike ride casually or virtually live in Lycra.

Individual Time Trial
The individual time trial travels a 17 kilometre route past pristine mountain rivers, clear lakes, sheer cliffs, and rock formations. Up to 250 cyclists will sprint off at 30-second intervals starting at 8 a.m. Saturday, June 21st in one continuous lap of Lake Minnewanka. Time trials – or “The Race of Truth” – are all about the rider, the clock, and meeting individual and personal goals.

The one-hour criterium will hit the streets of Banff Saturday at 5 p.m. for more than 300 cyclists. Be prepared for sharp turns, breakaway sprints, and fierce competition. Also that evening, a shortened route of the criterium course will host family bicycle events, including the HooDoo Cruiser Crit and a children’s fun race dubbed “Little Crits.”

Road Race
By Sunday at 8 a.m. 150 cycling pros in colourful jerseys will head out on the Road Race around Tunnel Mountain, the Rockies’ smallest peak at 1,692 metres (5551 ft). Teams from across Canada and the US are expected for this invitation-only event, sanctioned by the Alberta Bicycling Association. After the pace is established, cyclists take turns drafting each other before the final sprint, so the pack will cycle within a “rolling enclosure” where security temporarily closes down intersections in advance. Male riders will rack up a grueling 142.5 kms and the women will race over 85.5 kms.

Experience the Park
Bicycling is celebrated as one of the most environmentally friendly forms of transport these days and Banff National Park is the finest place in the world to explore on two wheels. Bring your mountain bike, road bike, or street cruiser, or just rent one in Banff and Lake Louise and go for a pedal. Take a picnic and stop along the way to soak in the views, read the historic interpretive markers, look for wildlife, and take a few photos.
Corporate retreat, meeting and conference facilities at the Banff Aspen Lodge in the Canadian Rockies
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