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Pull out the winter coat and zip up the snowboots: Banff and Lake Louise, Alberta, will offer an array of activities for the fourth annual AdventureELEVATE Day of Adventure at no additional cost to registered delegates. During the Day of Adventure, delegates are immersed in local adventure activities while getting to know other North American travel professionals who will be attending AdventureELEVATE 13-15 March, making it a popular mainstay at events powered by the Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA). Space is limited; when released for reservations in December, Day of Adventure activities will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Considered a particularly scenic destination any time of year, Banff & Lake Louise Tourism is offering AdventureELEVATE delegates an abundance of winter activities including ice walking, ice climbing, snowshoeing, and skiing/snowboarding. Wellness and culinary opportunities will also be available.
“Banff and Lake Louise is alive with wonder and adventure, and we know delegates will discover unique moments of indelible awe. Banff and Lake Louise will leave an imprint in minds and hearts of all that attend,” said Ryan Elliott, business development manager for Banff & Lake Louise Tourism. “We have created half-day and full-day adventures to appeal to everyone, from a physically demanding introduction to ice climbing to a gentle walk in Johnston’s Canyon or rejuvenating the soul at the Chateau Lake Louise. The Day of Adventure combines outdoor pursuits with stunning mountain backdrops.”
The Day of Adventure on 13 March will conveniently depart from the Banff Centre, the venue for the two-day event for adventure travel professionals. Registered delegates will be able to reserve their Day of Adventure activity beginning on 1 December.
Banff & Lake Louise Tourism is poised and ready to showcase its destination to delegates of AdventureELEVATE and will have special offers on skiing, spa, and outdoor adventures for several days before and after the official agenda.
The Day of Adventure is made possible by Travel Alberta and with the commitment and support of The Banff Centre, Discover Banff Tours, White Mountain Adventures, Yamnuska Mountain Adventures, SkiBig3, and Fairmont Hotels and Resorts.