With the sweet smell of spring in the air, Alberta’s Rocky Mountains come to life and this May you can experience it all as if for the very first time – beneath the stars! 

Under the watchful eye of a trusty guide, travelers can take to Johnson Canyon for a beautiful evening ice walk without the fear of getting lost in the dark.

On this once-in-a-lifetime excursion, guests can marvel at shimmering frozen waterfalls, hike along the suspended catwalk, and at the end of the evening, will be treated to maple cookies and hot chocolate before returning back to their cars.

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In addition to these tasty snacks – those who travel with the Johnson squad will also be learnt a headlamp, poles, and ice cleats ensuring that they remain safe and prepared during the hike.

For more information or to book your 150-minute tour – you can check their official website here.


When: Thursdays – Sundays
Where: 211 Bear Street, Banff
Cost: $82