Special programs for group bookings
Is your group visiting Banff National Park and looking to add entertainment to your event that you can’t find anywhere else? Contact us for availability and pricing.
Are you curious about wildlife in the mountain national parks? Can you tell the difference between a bighorn sheep and a mountain goat? How about a grizzly bear and a black bear? Parks Canada's Mountain WIT invites you to sing along with hilarious, catchy tunes that teach you all you need to know about our favourite alpine animals.
Duration: 20 to 60 minutes
This hands-on exhibit opens the door to meaningful conversations about the wildlife crossing structures on the Trans-Canada Highway through Banff National Park. Featuring attractive toys for the little ones and current research photos for adults, it works for all ages and is easily adaptable to the interests and knowledge level of each visitor.
Meet Digger, a wayward sub-adult grizzly bear who helps to teach people about how to be safer in bear country. The story goes: Digger is stuck in this bear trap because he got into some human food at a campsite. Digger has to do “community service” until he can be re-released into the Bow Valley. Digger learns his lesson about approaching campsites for food, but needs the help of every human in order to remain wild and free. Young and old are fascinated by this cheeky and charming talking grizzly.
For booking, contact:
Laurie Schwartz, Public Outreach Education Officer, Mountain WIT
Banff National Park, Box 900, Banff, Alberta, Canada. T1L 1K2
Phone number: +1 403-760-1328