Tunnel Mountain drive is nice in that it's surprisingly unpopulated, considering how close it is to banff, and particularly so at night. The main attraction along this drive are the hoodos (spelling?), rock formations created by the forces of erosion that are a popular point of interest for tourists, and worth seeing. There is also camp grounds (including an RV park) and hotels along this drive.
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