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Banff National Park is the most visited destination in Alberta, Canada. Situated near Banff, Canmore and Calgary, it offers breathtaking views of the Canadian Rockies, plus hiking, biking, fishing, kayaking, rock climbing, wildlife viewing and the full array of winter sports. Lake Louise, Canada’s “Diamond in the Wilderness,” is a blue-green lake at the base of Victoria Glacier. It’s a popular spot for horseback riding, biking, skiing and hiking. Nearby Moraine Lake is surrounded by the Valley of Ten Peaks. The stunning blue color of the glacial lake is best captured in a photo from the summit of Rockpile Trail. Jasper National Park is well known for the Columbia Icefield, Athabasca Falls, Mount Edith Cavell and gorgeous Maligne Lake. Take the Jasper Tramway for an aerial view of the magnificent landscape. Visitors enjoy wildlife viewing, hiking, biking and winter sports. Wood Buffalo National Park in northern Alberta is famous for its Dark Sky Festival and views of Aurora Borealis. Waterton Lakes National Park in southern Alberta offers wind surfing, scuba diving, kayaking and swimming at three beautiful lakes bordering Montana. Elk Island National Park, east of Edmonton, is a fun spot for wildlife watching, hiking, boating, snowshoeing and star-gazing.