Banff National Park


Banff National Park Webcams

For checking the weather, the most useful Banff National Park webcams are mounted at the top of BANFF GONDOLA—one facing northeast with views across the town to Cascade Mountain and the other looking northwest beyond Sanson Peak to the Bow Valley and Mount Bourgeau.

View Banff Gondola webcam

The Town of Banff has set up webcams along most major roadways and parking lots within the town. Although primarily designed to check traffic flow and parking availability, they can also be monitored for weather conditions.

View downtown Banff webcams

A webcam on the roof of the Elk + Avenue Hotel shows the view looking south along Banff Avenue, although in the middle of the day it is pointed directly toward the sun.

View Elk + Avenue Hotel webcam

A north-facing webcam at the BANFF CENTRE is pointed at Cascade Mountain.

View Banff Centre webcam

Banff Ski Resort Webcams (That Refresh Year-round)

For winter visitors, the MOUNT NORQUAY SKI RESORT has four webcams, one at the base of the Cascade Chair looking uphill and the other at the Cliffhouse at top of the North American Chairlift looking across to Mount Rundle.

View Mount Norquay webcams

SUNSHINE VILLAGE is another local ski resort covered by webcams. Cameras here cover much of the resort, including the base area upper ski runs, and a camera pointed toward Mount Assiniboine.

View Sunshine Village webcams

Sunshine Village also has a year-round webcam pointed at Rock Isle Lake, a prime hiking area in summer.

View Rock Isle Lake webcam

Sunshine Village also has a POWDER CAM, which is focused on a measuring stick that is cleared off each day at 4 pm, so you can see any overnight accumulation of snow.

View Sunshine Village Powder Cam

Lake Louise Webcams

For Lake Louise webcams, visit this page: Lake Louise Webcams.