The chefs in Banff and Lake Louise create food that inspires as much awe as the landscape that surrounds them. Taste for Adventure brings together the creative culinary scene of Banff National Park with the extraordinary film and book creations of the Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival, for an event not to be missed.
There are four essential ways to experience the event:
Truly Canadian culinary experiences take place throughout the entire duration of the culinary festival. Get into true Canadian spirit by making campfire s’mores at Baker Creek fire-side with a cup of gourmet hot chocolate. Try glacier-fed distilled spirits made right in Banff at Park Distillery Restaurant & Bar. Satisfy your inner foodie and yogi with a log cabin retreat at Storm Mountain Lodge, booked through Rocky Mountain Yoga. Learn more about all of the Culinary Experiences.
Dine and Stay Packages
With 16 days of culinary and outdoor adventure ahead of you, you’ll likely want to stay a few nights in Banff and Lake Louise to enjoy them all. Wake-up to exceptional views from your cozy log cabin or a luxury mountain top hotel. Book a Dine and Stay Package to find your culinary oasis in the mountains.
Experience the Rockies in a brand new way through a number of Taste for Adventure Appetizing Events. You’ll encounter the true taste of Banff and Lake Louise with menus featuring local ingredients, wines, and spirits. These specially-curated events have been designed to engage all of your senses, from Japanese-inspired meals at the Block Kitchen + Bar, to a mountain carnival at High Rollers. Here is a complete listing of Appetizing Events.
Adventure works up an appetite and the chefs in Banff and Lake Louise have crafted exclusive Signature Menus with that in mind. Choose from over 25 different venues to revitalize your culinary expectations with the many international dishes ranging in price from $14 to $85. To plan out your full 16-day itinerary, visit Taste for Adventure.
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