RESTRICTED ACTIVITY: Travel In Banff National Park

Issued: May 15, 2019

What: By order of the Superintendent, and pursuant to Section 7.1 (2) of the National Parks General Regulations, travel within Banff National Park has been determined to be a "designated activity" requiring authorization in the form of a park entry pass.

Where: Throughout Banff National Park. Park entry passes are to be displayed in visitor vehicles.

Exception: Persons traveling without stopping along Highway 1 and Highway 93 South do not require a park pass.

Why: Entry fees support the conservation and management of the national park and fund facilities and services that benefit park visitors.

Penalty: Violators may be charged under the National Parks General Regulations: maximum fine $25,000.

Effective Date: May 15, 2019

Approved by:

Greg Danchuk, A/Superintendent Banff Field Unit

Rick Kubian, A/Superintendent Lake Louise, Yoho, Kootenay Field Unit

Parks Canada Agency