Mar 24

Skis Out for Summer but Mountain-Top Adventures Continue in Banff & Lake Louise

Banff, Alberta (PRWEB) June 03, 2014

Banff National Park, a renowned powder paradise for skiers and riders, may have just wrapped up its seven-month snow season one of the longest in North America – but its three first-class ski resorts arent stopping the adrenalin there, inviting adventure-seekers, sightseeing-enthusiasts and even foodie-fanatics for a good dose of high-altitude experiences this Summer.

High Adventure & High Dining at Mount Norquay

This summer, Mount Norquay Ski Resort is keeping its North American Chairlift running throughout the season – opening up to sightseers some of the most impressive eagles-eye views of Banffs mountain ranges. Also, launching this June is Mount Norquays eagerly-anticipated Via Ferrata – a vertical, ultimate hiking experience that offers thrilling exposure and intimacy to the mountain face, usually reserved for rock climbers.

Literally translated from Italian as iron-road, Banff National Parks only Via Ferrata requires no pre-training or expertise just the ability to climb a ladder! Lead by a certified guide, climbers will take an unforgettable journey up the cliffs, assisted by a fixed anchoring system of cables and ladders.

Adventurers can venture across the 30m suspension bridge and feel the freedom of walking in mid-air at a height of 15m, with the dramatic views of Mount Rundle as their backdrop.

To see more of the Via Ferrata experience at Mount Norquay, view the interpretive video here.

Mar 10

Shots of Marilyn Monroe Taken During Her Last Photoshoot Go Up for Auction

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