Banff National Park, from fall, winter, summer in 2 days

Fall colors, Vermillion Lakes

We all know weather in the Canadian Rockies can change at the drop of a hat.  On a very recent trip over a two day period, we arrived to rainy, foggy and overcast skies.  The following day we had a large dumping of very wet snow, temperatures well below freezing, this included power failure and satellite failure in our hotel.  The next day the snow melted and soon after, sunny mid July conditions prevailed, with the temperature approaching 20 Celsius.

Fresh snowfall, Vermillion Lakes

Clearing skies, Vermillion Lakes

Clear blue sky, Peyto Lake

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