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What You'll Get
Sometimes you need to get out in the open air, especially if your job is to hide in a ventilation duct and blow on people. Take a breather with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- C$40 for a Banff sightseeing chairlift ride for two people (up to C$59.90 value)
- C$79 for a Banff sightseeing chairlift ride for four people (up to C$119.80 value)
- C$119 for a Banff sightseeing chairlift ride for six people (up to C$179.70 value)
During each 15-minute sightseeing tour, ride through the open air on a chairlift while looking down on the Town of Banff, across Spray and Bow Valleys, and at the jagged peak of Mount Rundle. At the top of the ride, spend some time on the sightseeing platform before heading to the Cliff House Bistro rooftop patio for a beer. Click here to view available times. Children 5 years and younger are regularly admitted for free, children 6–12 years old are regularly admitted for $9.95, and youth 13–18 years old are regularly admitted for $14.95.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 150 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required, same day reservations accepted. Subject to availability. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per household. Valid only for option purchased. Closed for season until mid-June, 2015. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Discover Banff Tours
Majestic pine trees sway in front of a mountain backdrop. Paddles break the river current. The experienced wilderness guides with Discover Banff Tours grant visitors modern methods for exploring the pristine natural landscapes in Banff National Park and the Canadian Rocky Mountains. In the winter, they lead groups on ice walks across frozen waterfalls and grottoes, helm dogsled and horse-drawn sleigh rides on wooded trails, and ski down Mt. Norquay–home of the first ski resort in the Canadian Rockies. Later in the year, guides lead grizzly-bear-watching tours and evening wildlife safaris on warm summer nights, and take adventurers whitewater rafting down Bow and Kananaskis Rivers. Year-round, they showcase the park’s rugged landscape on bus tours, and views of Mt. Norquay and the surrounding terrain via one of the two new available climbing routes or the famed chairlift. Staffers limit outdoors excursions to small groups, giving visitors one-on-one instruction while quickly checking that none in their party are bears in disguise.