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Pet owners shouldn't miss Banff, a city known for its skiing, and sights like Upper Hot Springs and Banff Gondola. Choose from Travelocity's 15 pet-friendly hotels and accommodations in Banff and bring your pooch along!
How to Wander Wisely in Banff with Your Pet
- Enjoy the fresh air at Tunnel Mountain, Bow Falls, and Cave and Basin National Historic Site.
- Other things to see include Banff Lake Louise Tourism Bureau, Banff Springs Golf Club, and Mount Norquay Ski Resort.
- Need a pet store? Try Banff Doghouse and Veronica's Dog Grooming & Daycare.
- For vet care, Banff Veterinary Services is located in the area.
Best Pet-Friendly Hotels in Banff
- Red Carpet Inn
Pets are allowed for a fee at this 2-star hotel. Guests appreciate its location and spacious rooms.
- Fairmont Banff Springs
Pets are allowed for a fee at this 4-star resort. Guests appreciate the pool and helpful staff.
Pet-Friendly Times to Vacation in Banff
Weather can make a huge difference, especially if you want to spend time outdoors. We have gathered the average daytime and nighttime temperatures to help better plan your vacation in Banff.
From January to March, average temperatures range from 46°F in the daytime to 7°F at night. Between April and June, the daytime average is 72°F and the nighttime average is 26°F.
From July to September, average temperatures range from 75°F in the daytime to 37°F at night. Between October and December, the daytime average is 58°F and the nighttime average is 8°F.