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The Rhythm of Autumn

The seasons are a powerful force in our lives. They affect the activities we do, the foods we crave, the clothes we wear — and quite often, the moods we are in.  This fall embrace the change of season with a fall getaway to see the golden eagles fly the larch filled valleys.  If you prefer the great indoors, cozy up at the Juniper Bistro’s Fireside Lounge. Autumn is a wonderful time to connect with nature and yourself.


Autumn Escapes - 25-30% off

Autumn Getaways from $87 per night so you can enjoy the great indoors too! 

 

Mount Norquay Guest Room - $87 (reg $119) 

Mountain View Guest Room - $97 (reg $139), only $10 to upgrade to mountain view & balcony

King Luxury Suites and Woodland Chalets also on sale. 

 

Friday and Saturdays are subject to additional charge, still discounted

 

Book online using promo code "NEWS" or call direct 866.551.2281

 


Golden Eagles in the Season of Gold

North American Golden Eagles, once thought to be a sedentary bird, were discovered by Peter Sherrington during a massive migration in 1992.  Migrations of Golden Eagles have taken to the skies from Kananaskis Country, south of Banff to Frank Slide, Crowsnest Pass.  The Mount Lorette Eagle count in Kananaskis starts 20 September and continues 7 days a week until about 15 November.  Flock to Kananaskis Country to witness one of the most spectacular migrations as these birds fly from the Yukon across our golden larch valleys to the southern US.  Assistants and visitors are welcome.  http://www.eaglewatch.ca/index.html


Banff Book & Film Festival

This year's Banff Book & Film Festival, running from October 29 to November 06 has another exciting line up of events relating to mountain culture.  The Festival delivers the thrilling adventures of the Snow Show, Radical Reels as well as compelling stories of people in nature and the splendour of mountain culture.  Start the Festival early with "Jane's Journey:  An Evening with Dr. Jane Goodall" on October 21.

 

The Juniper Hotel is pleased to co-sponsor a film screening event on Saturday October 29th - "The Sacred Headwaters:  40 days at Base Camp" with Wade Davis.  National Geographic's Explorer-In-Residence, Wade Davis travels deep into Canada’s “Serengeti” with National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Wade Davis, who’s come home to Canada to advocate for the imminently threatened headwaters of the Skeena, Stikine, and Nass Rivers in Northern B.C.  Davis is the author of fifteen books and is a noted Canadian anthropologist, ethnobotanist, and photographer, whose work has focused on worldwide indigenous cultures.

 

Enjoy a relaxing night's stay at The Juniper on Saturday and take in Coffee Conversation: How Two Wheels Can Change the World with Dan Austin in the Juniper Bistro on Sunday morning November 06.  Austin is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of the 88bikes Foundation, which endows ashrams, orphanages, centres and schools throughout the developing world with bikes for all of their kids. Austin and 88bikes have been featured on CBS Evening News, CNN and NPR, and Outside Magazine named 88bikes One of Ten Icons Changing the World.   This is a free event - click for more information


 


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