Going to start answering general questions like this on the forum vs pm so I don't have to repeat and anyone interested might get use out of the answers:
"theirishandy2000 sent the following message:
I will be spending 7 days in the Banff and Canmore area in September. I was hoping you could suggest some multi pitch climbs. I climb in the easier grades 5.6 to 5.7 on trad and 5.8 on sport. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
On summitpost, I have Banff
multi pitch rock separated. Canmore is known for its walls: Ha Ling, EEOR and Yamnuska (not far away). Banff is known more for its rock objectives, i.e. Edith, Louis and Cory.
Mount Louis is the most aesthetic long rock objective in the Canadian Rockies due to its fin shape. I have climbed all the routes on Mount Louis (including Kor's 5.10dXR) and Homage to the Spider (5.9-but serious route for the grade) is my favorite. The Grand Sentinel is perhaps the most majestic, but short, rock experience in the area. It only has 2 routes. The trad route is within your grade range- 5.8 -and is classic. The sport route is 5.10+ and actually a much better route. Both of these objectives are featured in the "Banff" link above.
I have climbed most all the routes on EEOR in Canmore and have asterisked my favorites on the EEOR page, found in the Canmore link above. Most of Ha Ling's routes have some issues except for the very classic Sisyphus Summits (20+ pitches (by FA's count) of 5.10+) and its NE ridge which is a glorified scramble in my opinion but popular. I have done most of the others on HA Lings North Face, but with loose blocks and drainage, most are spicy even for a veteran like myself, thus hard to recommend. I have done most of the Yamnuska routes...we are talking like 300+, most multi pitch. Again, I have asterisked the ones I prefer on the Yamnuska page here on Summitpost. I would stay away from less traveled routes on Yam, we have a lot of loose block issues on this wall. Locals like I do them, but can't necessarily recommend them. I just did a 2nd ascent of a route on another wall over Canmore, named Canmore Wall. It is like Sisyphus Summits, long and bolted 5.10+ but I cannot recommend it until it gets cleaned up some more.
Edith and Cory have quite a few long routes on them and I have them included on those respective mountain pages here on SP, nothing spectacular. Tunnel and Cascade Mountains in the town of Banff have some stuff, but not worth spending your vacation on...short and uneventful...more for locals on short days in my opinion. I have included them here on SP if you want to take a look.
That is a quick summary of multi pitch rock in the immediate area. There is good stuff up and down from Banff through Yoho to Jasper. Hope that helps Andy. Good luck with your trip!