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Splitting banff and Jasper

L'Ile-Perrot, Canada
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Splitting banff and Jasper

Hi, as per lasted posts, I was wondering what is the best deal for hotels to do some photography and see do a lot, 50/50 jasper banff?

Jasper, Canada
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1. Re: Splitting banff and Jasper

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Banff, Canada
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2. Re: Splitting banff and Jasper

The Fairmont Banff Springs stands as a picturesque landmark in the town of Banff, and the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise is situated on Lake Louise near the base of the Victoria Glacier. It’s hard to beat those hotels for photographic opportunities. Prices and ‘deals’ vary depending on the time of year that you’re travelling. Checkout our BanffLakeLouise.com website for accommodation options in Banff National Park. Canadian Mountain Holidays offers lodge-based explorations and photography workshops.

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3. Re: Splitting banff and Jasper

Note that the Fairmont hotels and CMH are high-end, so if you use the word "deals" to mean places with low or moderate prices, they are most definitely not what you are looking for. The search function on the accommodation section of the www.banfflakelouise.com website is a great way to zero in on your desired price range - plug in your dates, hit "search", then sort the results by price to see what the range is.

Jasper hotels are listed at www.jasper.travel and private home accommodations and B&Bs, which are less than half the cost of a hotel in high season, are at www.stayinjasper.com .

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