Skål Canada - Canadian Rockies
These are mountains the way a kid would draw them. Get ready to be super jealous of your future self, checking out those alpine meadows, turquoise lakes, waterfalls and wildlife.
The Canadian Rockies is a magical place where natural wilderness rubs shoulders with first class accommodation, exquisite dining, and a whole host of tours & activities to choose from. This adventurous place plays host to some of the best hotels, restaurants and tours in the world! From luxury Banff hotels to cabins in Jasper, and from canoe rides in Lake Louise to playing golf in Canmore, you are sure to find the ideal place to stay, and plenty to do when you get here.
So much to discover in the Rockies!
Province of Alberta
Alberta is known for its incredible beauty and diverse landscape including the best of the Rocky Mountains, rolling hills, prairies, desert badlands, parklands and vast coniferous forests. When you decide to not be in a hurry and allow yourself to look more closely, you’ll discover adventure, interesting culture and history as well as surprising beauty in every region of the province.
Alberta is Canada’s sixth largest province by land mass with over 600 lakes and five (5) world-renowned National Parks as well as five (5) UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Alberta also offers many dozens of Provincial Parks including some that rival the best of any National Park in both size and beauty… don’t miss those!
The people of Alberta are known for their passion, independence, hard-work and love of nature. Banff National Park was established in 1885 as Canada’s very first and still most well known National Park. Of note is that Albertans have continued to carve out and dedicate large tracts of the best and most beautiful parts of their Province for conservation and preservation. In fact, by square kilometres/miles, nearly 50% of all National Parks within Canada’s Provinces are within the Province of Alberta. PLUS, Alberta has proportionality carved out more space than any other for their Provincial Parks system.
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