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Moving the guests out will give crews better access to the wildfire.
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Still open: the gondola and Upper Village.
Welcome to the world, tiny one.
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The were presumed dead after they failed to check out of their hotel.
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Avalanche conditions were listed as high.
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They'll be watched for the next 16 months, before being released into a larger territory.
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There are concerns about how more tourists may affect the ecological integrity of some of the more popular parks.
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There's no better place to have a quintessential Canadian winter.
The person who was injured was flown to hospital.
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The 225-kilogram grizzly ate another bear last fall.
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Whirling disease is caused by a parasite.
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The three remaining wolves in the pack are doing well.
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People are being relocated to other campgrounds in the mountain parks.
September is the height of fall in Banff National Park. The world's third-oldest national park is at its least crowded and arguably its most picturesque in September and early October, but the cool winter temperatures come quickly, and waiting too long to plan a visit can mean you're too late. The following are five reasons why you shouldn't hesitate to visit Banff National Park this fall.