Best Western Siding 29 Lodge, Banff

Best Western Siding 29 Lodge

453 Marten St Box 1387

In the fall of 1883, work gangs of the Canadian Pacific Railway quickly pushed the rail line westward through the valley of the Bow River, establishing among others, a small work camp, "Siding 29". In time, Siding 29 unfolded to the town of "Banff", in Canada's first National Park. Situated at 1,384 meters (4,540 feet) above sea level, "Canada's Highest Town" of 7,726 residents is nestled in the heart of Canada's premier wilderness reserve and is world-renowned for its year round activities. Located only