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2020 DAILY OPERATING HOURS

Classic Cruise
June 11 – October 12* Departures every 90 mins from 11 AM to 5 PM
Beer Voyage
July 10 – September 7* Departures Friday–Sunday at 4:30 PM
Explorer Cruise
July 10 – September 7* Departures Friday–Sunday at 10 AM
Family Cruise**
July 10 – September 7* Departures Friday–Sunday at 12 PM and 3 PM

 

  • *Cruise capacity is reduced to allow proper physical distancing.
  • **Family Cruise includes one child admitted free with each paying adult. Additional children 50% of adult ticket.
  • Please allow approximately one hour for this excursion; we recommend you arrive at the boat house 30 minutes prior to cruise.
  • The Lake Minnewanka boathouse is fully wheelchair accessible with access ramps leading down to the dock. We have the Minnewanka II that is available to take wheelchairs onboard.  
  • Rates and hours of operation subject to change without notice.
  • Availability is on a first-come, first-serve basis and specific departure times cannot be guaranteed without pre-purchased tickets.
  • Attraction tickets are non-refundable.
  • For the safety of those onboard bear spray is not permitted on cruises.

Getting to the Lake Minnewanka Cruise

The Lake Minnewanka Cruise is located at Lake Minnewanka, a 15 minute drive from the town site of Banff along the Minnewanka Loop Drive, in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada.

Brewster Sightseeing Tours also provides tours from Banff to arrive at the lake just prior to some departures. They have pick-up service at most of the major hotels and motels in Banff. They will also bring you back to your hotel after your cruise.

 


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