What’s the weather like in Banff in June?
Located in southeastern Canada’s Rocky Mountains, Banff is a resort town which can be used as a base to reach a number of excellent ski resorts. As such, the town has freezing cold winters which roll into mild and pleasant summers. Although it’s the end of the ski season, June is still a lovely month to visit Banff, when other mountain pursuits such as hill walking are popular.
The average temperature in Banff is 13ºC at this time of year, reaching a high of 21ºC in the warmest part of the afternoon. June is the first month of the year where temperatures get well above freezing, but at just 2ºC it’s still very cold at night, so make sure you bring plenty of warm clothes with you. Around 80mm of rain’s expected this month, and with 13 days likely to have some wet weather, it’s a good idea to bring a waterproof jacket too.