National Geographic : 1919 Jul
II '1, 1 ..j l BA.. 1 ,Ii" In the Heart of the Canadian Pacific Rockies H AVE you ever been to Banff? If not, go this summer. SBanff, the majestic, the beautiful, nestling in an Alpine Fairyland, where people of tired cities go to rest and play; to get a deep breath of bracing air and a physical and mental uplift for working days to come. Banff, with its warm sulphur swimming pool, its trails for mountain ponies, its embarrass ment of riches to lovers of outdoor sports-golfers, walkers, climbers, anglers. Or Banff, where you may leisure and loaf in a luxury of glorious scenery unapproached anywhere in the world. It is easy to get to Banff and not expensive-but hard to get away, for at Banff is the world-famous BANFF SPRINGS HOTEL Unreservedly, it is one of the most, if not the most, appealing mountain hotels in the world. Here are life, music, endless opportunities for pleasure. Here a Paris and New York cuisine and the unapproachable service of a Canadian Pacific Hotel-and always most interesting and cosmopolitan com panions. Good orchestra and dancing floor. Dining-room with capacity for 600 guests. 305 rooms. Hotel Vancouver, at Vancouver, and The Empress, at Victoria, continue this ser- I vice to the coast. BANFF open to Sept. 30th. For full information, address: CANADIAN PACIFIC HOTELS * 1231 Broadway, New York; 140 S.Clark St., Chicago or Montreal, Canada ,,*iiii iIiiiBily i "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"