The 48th WINTER NUCLEAR AND PARTICLE PHYSICS CONFERENCE
TRANSPORTATION to Banff
The nearest major airport is the Calgary airport (YYC).
Some public transport is available from the airport to Banff; click on links below for more information:
1. The Banff Airporter (Official airport shuttle provider of The Banff Centre. Reservations are necessary.
Let Banff Airporter take care of your transportation needs between The Calgary International Airport and Banff (and back!) with 12 departures daily in each direction wait times at the airport are minimal and you'll be dropped off and picked up right at the hotel of your choice.
Book your shuttle via the bookings tool below and receive a 10% discount on travel. The special rate for delegates is $50.09 one-way and $100.18 return, prices include gst.
You can also call the Banff Airporter reservations team to book on 1-888-449-2901 ext #1 or +1-403-762-3330 ext #1 8am - 6pm (MST.) Please let the agent know at the start of the telephone call that you are attending the WNPPC Conference so they can apply the conference discount for you.
Scheduled times are not working with your flight? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Brewster shuttle/airporter (Check website for schedule and prices.)
3. Greyhound Canada (The cheap option, but it requires getting to Calgary first.)
Many delegates will fly to Calgary and rent a car. The trip from the Calgary International Airport to Banff takes approximately 1.5 hours.
Check out google maps for directions on how to get to the Banff Centre from the Calgary Airport. Further information is available at the Banff Centre Travel Info page
Driving from Calgary, take the first Banff exit off the trans-Canada highway. The simplest route is then to continue on Banff Ave and turn left on Buffalo St, follow it up the hill, and then turn left onto St. Julien Rd and the Banff Centre complex.
Maps of the Banff Centre and Banff can be found at The Banff Centre Maps & Directions page. You should proceed to the Professional Development Centre to check in. The conference will be held in the TransCanada PipeLines Pavilion.
To get into the Banff National Park, you may have to buy a park pass if you are driving. For more information, click here.
For lots of other useful information, please check the The Banff Center FAQ