Renting Wheelchairs in Banff

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Written by Banff Hitch Hiker posted on Monday, July 19th, 2010

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Bringing your own wheelchair to a vacation in Banff National Park and the Canadian Rockies could potentially be a burden on your vacation. Luckily, there are several options for travelers that allow you to leave the wheelchair at home.  At the Calgary airport, it’s nice and easy.

Banff is packed full of activities and things to see.

Just organize the rental with your airline and there will be one ready when your plane hits the ground. However, once you leave the airport, where to head to next? Here are a few options to help out.

Gourlay’s Pharmacy
In Banff itself, your first option is Gourlay’s Pharmacy. They charge roughly the same prices as Kenron’s.
229 Bear Street
(403) 762-2516

Kenron Pharmacy

In Calgary, Kenron Pharmacy rents wheelchairs, crutches and most other essentials for the disabled traveler. They are located off the Trans Canada Highway as you’re traveling from the airport to Banff. You can arrange everything online and pick it up on your way from the airport to Banff. 
There is a general fair price of (CA)$20 a week or (CA)$50 per month.

Rexall is a better option for those who are looking to book short term. There aren’t many though so book early. It is only $5 per day.
317 Banff Ave

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