Morant's Curve11 Votes
- Address: Improvement District No. 9, AB, Canada, Vermilion Crossing
- Tags: National Park, Family And Kids, Nature
Situated in the vicinity of beautiful national parks, this Alberta attraction attracts various nature enthusiasts from across the world. Morant’s Curve is a famous spot because the railway passes through it and offers some magnificent views to the travellers. You can combine this attraction with Spiral tunnels and drive through the beautiful surroundings covered with marvels of nature. Remember to peak a sneak of the Bow Valley from the Morant’s curve. There are various walking trails and hiking opportunities available here and this attraction makes or a great option to spend roughly half a day in!
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Morant's Curve Reviews & Ratings
One of the lesser known spots for some amazing views. Easily accessible through highway 1A. There is a small parking lot right across from the lookout too. Not many tourists here (yet) considering it's so close to Lake Louise.
A beautiful vista point, on Highway 1A from Banff to Lake Louise. Stunning views over the Bow River, plus excellent views of the Canadian Pacific Railroad. If you're really lucky, you may get to see the world famous Rocky Mountaineer train!
Really cool spot for train spotting. Awesome view looking down the river along the tracks.
Nice little pullout great view of the river and mountains but no train
Just a great place to have some lunch in the car and enjoy nature