VENUE & LODGING

Location

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Banff, Alberta

Nestled high in the Canadian Rockies, the town of Banff is located within the Banff National Park. Once “Siding 29” on the Canadian Pacific Railway, the town of Banff was intended to be a tourist town from its very inception. The park’s first superintendent, George Stewart, even oriented the town’s first street so that it offered the best possible view of Cascade Mountain.

The town site covers 3.93 square kilometres (1.52 square miles) and is at an elevation of 1,383 metres (4,537 feet), making it the highest town in Canada. Banff is flanked on all sides by towering mountains, including Mount Rundle, Sulphur Mountain, Mount Norquay, and Cascade Mountain.

Resources:
Banff & Lake Louise official tourism website

Please note:
If you are driving into the park, either in your own vehicle or a rental, you are required to display a valid park pass.

You can either do this at the gates entering the park, or online here.

Venue

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Banff Park Lodge

Nestled in the Town of Banff, just steps away from the Bow River, the Banff Park Lodge is a full-service resort hotel and conference centre. Visitors experience the peace and tranquility of a quiet location, yet are walking distance from downtown Banff’s vast array of shops, restaurants, outdoor activities and cultural events.

Resources:
Banff Park Lodge website

Lodging

Banff Park Lodge

Venue for the 2022 Cyber Summit, The Banff Park Lodge has extended a group rate for Summit attendees of $160.00 plus tax per night, with the ability to stay additional nights before and after the conference. (Rate available Sunday, November 5, 2023 to Wednesday, November 15, 2023.)

There is a limited number of rooms available, (last year they sold out before the end of summer) so book now before they’re gone!

You can book this rate by phone or online.

Book by phone:
Call 1-800-661-9266 and providing the block name Cyber Summit Banff or ID #549168.

Book online:
Book your room online here.

Resources:
Banff Park Lodge website

Transportation

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Getting to Banff

You can get to Banff in a variety of ways including driving, shuttles and other methods. Find more information here.

Please note:
If you are driving into the park, either in your own vehicle or a rental, you are required to display a valid park pass.

You can either do this at the gates entering the park, or online here.

Getting around Banff

There are a variety of ways to explore the area and the park itself. Find more information here.

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