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Nature takes center stage in the Canadian Rockies with snowcapped mountains, glacial fed waterfalls and lakes, and natural hot springs. From the adrenaline seekers to the casual hikers, there is plenty to see and do in this rich land.
With peaks soaring almost 13,000 feet in the air, the Canadian Rockies span the provinces of Alberta and British Columbia, and are home to the spectacular and popular Banff and Jasper National Parks, charming alpine towns, mineral rich hot springs, abundant wildlife and glacial waters.
Located in Alberta, Banff National Park attracts visitors with its majestic beauty, enjoyed from the many hiking, biking and ski trails. The alpine towns of Banff and Lake Louise host a variety of annual seasonal events and world-class sporting competitions.
Travel north along the stunning Icefields Parkway and you will arrive at Jasper National Park. Wild and rugged are words used to describe this park and is one of the best ways to connect with nature.
The mountain town of Canmore lies just outside the gates of Banff National Park making this an ideal “base” for your outdoor adventures. From here, you can view abundant wildlife, explore caves, or relax in local hot springs. Be sure to take some time to experience local shops and restaurants.
In British Columbia, the Kootenay Region is home to the charming towns of Fernie, Golden, Revelstoke, Cranbrook and Radium Hot Springs. In the summer months kayaking the lakes and rivers or hiking and biking the trails is the best way to take in the rich forests, waterfalls and wildlife. When the snow flies, skiers and snowboarders take to the mountains and enjoy the fresh powder in the resort towns including of Fernie and Revelstoke. After a long day on the slopes, hot springs like those found at Radium Hot Springs are the perfect way to cap off your day.