On Bow Valley Parkway (Provincial Highway 1A) 4.3 kilometers west of Banff-Windermere Highway (Provincial Highway 93), on the right when traveling west.
End of the Road On the night of July 14, 1915 sixty prisoners were marshalled off a Canadian Pacific train just west of here and escorted to a barbed wire compound at the end of the unfinished Banff–Laggan (now Lake Louise) road. So . . . — — Map (db m109003) HM
On Bow Valley Parkway (Alberta Route 1A) 4.3 kilometers west of Banff-Windermere Highway (Alberta Route 93), on the right when traveling west.
During Canada’s first national internment operations in World War One, thousands of immigrants from the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the majority of Ukrainian origin, some citizens of Canada, were imprisoned as “enemy aliens”. Internment operations . . . — — Map (db m8827) HM
On Bow Valley Parkway (Provincial Highway 1A) 2.4 kilometers west of Banff Windermere Parkway, on the right when traveling east.
Mountains create their own weather
As winds swirl around and rise above these massive barriers, clouds build up and bring the rain and snowstorms for which Storm Mountain was named.
Travellers . . . — — Map (db m82917)