Banff National Park

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Banff′ Na′tional Park′


n.
a national reserve, 2585 sq. mi. (6695 sq. km), in the Rocky Mountains, in SW Alberta, Canada.
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A kodiak bear near Fraser River in British Columbia, above; and an elk at the Banff Banff National Park, Alberta, right
Two of the Canadian Rockies' most unique luxury properties, Cathedral Mountain Lodge in Yoho National Park, British Columbia, and Moraine Lake Lodge in Banff National Park, Alberta, are welcoming visitors back for the 2006 season.
and the appropriately named Moraine Lake (pictured below) in Banff National Park, Alberta.
1986, Use of lacustrine sedimentary sequences as indicators of Holocene glacial history, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada: Quaternary Research, v.
An "excellent example of how a historic building has been preserved" states the tourist plaque on what is now the Grizzly Restaurant in Banff National Park, Alberta.