Parts of Banff National park closed due to wildlife activity

Wild plains bison cross the Panther River in Banff National Park in a handout photo. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO - Parks Canada, Dan Rafla

The closure is expected to last until November.

 

A portion of Banff National Park has been closed due to wildlife activity.

According to Parks Canada, the area closed stretches from the Spray River Valley at Canyon Dam to Goat Creek and the Spray River. The closure also includes the drainage from Sundance Pass south into the Spray River.

Trespassers could face a maximum penalty of $25,000 under the Canada National Parks Act.

The closure is expected to last until November.

 

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