Give your car a vacation and leave the driving to Roam this summer!
Starting May 18, all Banff routes will lead to the Transit Hub. Catch a ride on the Banff local routes, Minnewanka route, and Banff-Canmore route, as well as the On-It Regional Transit service
to Calgary – all from the Banff High School stop.
Because Route 2 will go to the Transit Hub, the Wolf and Beaver stop and Otter Street stop will be moved. Look for the new stops at Moose & Muskrat North and Moose & Muskrat South.
There will also be 20-minute frequency to Sulphur Mountain
and 30-minute frequency to Tunnel Mountain/Banff Springs Hotel
. Buses will depart for Lake Minnewanka
starting at 8 a.m. on the hour, then every 30 minutes after 10:30 a.m.
You can also take transit to the Cave & Basin
on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays and daily starting June 15.
Roam to Banff’s main destinations for $2!
Save the dates:
Banff National Park service details at a glance:
- May 18: Lake Minnewanka
- May 18: Cave & Basin (Fri/Sat/Sun/Holidays only) starts
- May 19: Take On-It to Calgary from Banff on weekends and holidays
- June 15: Cave & Basin becomes daily
- Sept. 3: Last day of On-It
- Sept. 16: Last day of summer service
Banff to Lake Louise
May 18 to October 8, 2018. Departing from the Banff train station fares to travel to Lake Louise for passengers over the age of 18 will be $10.00. Passengers 17 and under are free. Tickets may be purchased from Parks Canada staff at the Banff train station.
Banff to Johnston Canyon
May 18 to October 8, 2018. Departing from the Banff train station, fares to travel to Johnston Canyon for passengers over the age of 18 will be $5.00. Passengers 17 and under are free. Tickets may be purchased from Parks Canada staff at the Banff train station.
The Minnewanka services will be a part of the local Roam service from May 18 to September 16 with standard $2.00 fares for passengers aged 19 and older, and $1.00 for passengers from 6 to 18 years of age.
Parks Canada is contributing funding to extend Roam services from the Tunnel Mountain campgrounds between May 18 and September 16, and to the Cave and Basin National Historic Site on weekends from May long weekend to June 17, and daily from June 18 to September 16.
Registered campers can travel for free when departing from all Parks Canada campgrounds in Banff National Park.
Lake Louise Area
Parks Canada will continue the free shuttle service from the overflow parking area to the upper lake and village of Lake Louise from May 18 to October 8, and service to Moraine Lake from September 10 to October 8.
Calgary-Banff Regional Service
One way trips from and to Calgary will be $10.00 each direction. More details about the On-It Regional Service including schedules, stops, and fares will be available in May.