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Top 10 sceneries in British Columbia

Butchart Gardens


Whether you are a flower lover or not, you can enjoy Victoria’s Butchart Gardens. Here you can enjoy delicious delicacies, paired with local foods and wine. The garden will also host local art exhibitions and entertainment activities. There are fireworks shows every Saturday night in summer, and charming Christmas lights or ice skating outdoors in winter. Take an eco-friendly boat to explore the waters surrounding the park and learn about the history of the garden. Or stay on land and visit the bronze and granite dragon-shaped fountains presented by China and Suzhou. Having said that, if you like flower viewing, this 55-acre garden has world-renowned flower exhibitions and is looking forward to your arrival. The scented garden will surely make you linger.

Sky Gondola


In 2010, Whistler Blackcomb as the official venue of the Olympic and Paralympic Games attracted the attention of people all over the world. The Olympic event has passed for a long time, but the sports facilities here have been preserved. The two mountains are closely connected, and there are snowboard and double-board ski trails suitable for skiers of all skill levels, ranging from glacier cross-country to gentle hills. When the long ski season is coming to an end, people put away their skis and put on cycling and hiking equipment. After a day of trekking in the mountains, relax or simply enjoy a relaxing time without leaving home. Relax in the spa bath during the day and enjoy a meal in a local specialty restaurant after night. If you only want to do one thing, don’t forget to take the Peak 2 Peak Gondola. The 2.7-mile cable car frame between the two mountains is the longest cable car in the world. You will stand at 1,427 Looking down on the foot-high glass floor, experience the full of fear.

Royal BC Provincial Museum


In the museum, you can learn about the history of Victoria in the 1920s, see the mammoths living in it, and learn about the ceremonial masks of local aborigines. The natural and human history of BC is forever displayed in The Royal BC Museum in Victoria. The museum is not only devoted to exhibiting its collection of cultural relics and collections (a total of 7 million pieces), but also doing its utmost to keep the exhibits (and tourists) in realistic scenes. If you are full of curiosity during your visit to BC, the Royal BC Museum will be the most destination you will never forget.

Whistler Blackcomb


In 2010, Whistler Blackcomb as the official venue of the Olympic and Paralympic Games attracted the attention of people all over the world. The Olympic event has passed for a long time, but the sports facilities here have been preserved. The two mountains are closely connected, and there are snowboard and double-board ski trails suitable for skiers of all skill levels, ranging from glacier cross-country to gentle hills. When the long ski season is coming to an end, people put away their skis and put on cycling and hiking equipment. After a day of trekking in the mountains, relax or simply enjoy a relaxing time without leaving home. Relax in the spa bath during the day and enjoy a meal in a local specialty restaurant after night. If you only want to do one thing, don’t forget to take the Peak 2 Peak Gondola. The 2.7-mile cable car frame between the two mountains is the longest cable car in the world. You will stand at 1,427 Looking down on the foot-high glass floor, experience the full of fear.

Victoria’s Inner Harbour


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Victoria’s Inner Harbour is busy all year round. The local aborigines used this port as a launching point for canoes. Today, yachts, small cruise ships and ferries occupy this area. You can rent a kayak, sign up for a whale watching tour, or take a seaplane ride from the port to enjoy the view. After returning to the land, take a stroll along the waterfront while enjoying various music and performances; or visit the nearby BC’s Government Legislative Buildings and the historic Fairmont Empress Hotel. Best of all, you can even take a ferry from Washington to Port Victoria via Port Angeles, Bellingham or Seattle.

Pacific Rim National Park Reserve


Beaches, rainforests and rocky islands make up the spectacular Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. The park covers an area of 197 square miles and contains all the typical features of the Pacific coast. Walk barefoot 10 miles long beach (Long Beach); or wear a diving suit to try surfing; or get ready for a week of living supplies, carrying a suitcase, crossing rainforest, cliffs, waterfalls and caves, challenge the 47-mile West Coast Trail . Hear the myths of the Nuu-chah-nulth aboriginal tribe, and pursue its long history under the huge crown of North American spruce trees in the virgin forest. The Pacific Rim National Park Reserve is a well-deserved Canadian treasure.

Stanley Park


If you compare downtown Vancouver to a piece of cake, then Stanley Park is the icing on the cake. The park covers 1,000 acres, and the lush woods provide a refuge for escape from city life. Various exciting events are held throughout the year. Take a stroll on the famous Seawall and enjoy the beauty of Burrard Inlet, or go inland to visit the well-preserved towering trees in the forest. Lay on the beach in the early morning to sunbathe and play a round of mini golf in the afternoon. Stand in front of the majestic totem pole and learn about the history of the indigenous people living on this land. Or pick a restaurant for a lunch, and then spend the afternoon in the aquarium. Stanley Park has been Vancouver’s top scenery for 125 years, and it’s still the same today.

Granville Island


Not only do monsters live under the bridge, but under a bridge near downtown Vancouver, you will find a popular gathering area for dining, shopping and entertainment-Granville Island, this lively community is everywhere All are craftsmen who make unique gifts, food stall owners who share the fruits of labor, and ambitious musicians who constantly practice their skills. On this island, the bustling seems to never stop. Or take a break to drink a glass of beer, spend a whole day shopping, or go to the Public Market to taste special snacks and participate in various entertainment activities. No matter what you do, be sure to be good.

Capilano Suspension Bridge


Climb the Capilano Suspension Bridge, 70 meters above the turbulent Capilano River. This 450-foot suspension bridge can help you successfully overcome fear of heights. Once you have conquered the suspension bridge, the Cliffwalk, a series of trails hanging over the cliff above the rainforest, is not scared, right? After these two obstacles, the Treetops Adventure, consisting of seven Douglas pine trees with a history of more than 250 years and a 110-foot bridge, is just a piece of cake. Presumably by now you should understand that Capilano Suspension Bridge Park is full of thrilling and exciting projects that will surely bring you in this beautiful outdoor scenery and do not want to leave.

Vancouver Aquarium


The Vancouver Aquarium has more than 50,000 creatures and is a paradise for animal lovers. From human-friendly sea otters to bright jellyfish, get an intimate contact with wildlife from all over the world. Don’t forget to say hello to Chester. This is a young pseudo-killer whale rescued by aquarium staff. He and Helen are now happily living in the water. Helen is a rescued Pacific short-nosed dolphin. If you think it's too noisy to have children running around, you can also buy tickets after business hours and sip drinks while quietly visiting the aquarium. Don’t forget to try if you can find Nemo.

Niagara Falls


Although there are many other experiences besides waterfalls, it is absolutely incomplete if you did not visit the Great Falls during a trip to Niagara. And why not go? Approach the waterfall, listen to the roaring water, look up at the real natural spectacle of the drop of more than 50 meters, and the water mist coming from time to time, you will feel the pure power from the waterfall all over your body... These sensory enjoyments will be unforgettable forever.

You can choose various ways to enjoy Niagara Falls. The most classic way is to take a boat tour to see and feel the beauty of the waterfall up close. Bring your poncho, walk up to the viewing platform of the Hornblower Catamaran, and visit the Great Gorge, American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls from top to bottom ) And Horseshoe Falls. At night, you can also watch the illuminated waterfall in the special "Illumination Night Cruise".  If you like the magnificence of this waterfall, why not go behind it and find out? Join the Journey Behind the Falls, step on the elevator, descend 150 feet through the bedrock to the point below the edge of the canyon, and then enter the center of Niagara Falls. After passing through the tunnel, you will stand behind a water wall that is more than 13 stories high. This is a unique sight.

Wine and food in Niagara


Do you like visiting cellars, tasting and discovering your favorite wines? The Niagara region is a wine lover's paradise, with more than 80 wineries. You can find nearly 30 of them in Niagara Lakeside Town, which ranks as the number one Canadian food and wine destination by TripAdvisor. It is also the venue of the Icewine Festival, which takes two weeks each year to celebrate the specialty of Canada-ice wine. You can taste ice wine, enjoy local cuisine, and understand the process of making ice wine.

When it comes to local cuisine, Niagara has a variety of locally produced delicacies. Whether you are looking for fast food in the town, celebrating in a high-end restaurant, or just wanting to taste wine, you can easily find food that suits your taste.  As mentioned above, the town of Niagara-on-the-Lake is famous for its food, and 14 restaurants in the area have jointly formed a "signature kitchen": "Promotion of local produce, handmade and seasonal cuisine." You can enjoy it at the Riverbed Inn Enjoy authentic country cuisine while enjoying vineyard views, taste steaks and seafood at Cannery Restaurant, or try dinner and wine at Epicurean Restaurant.

Want to have a good meal after a day of waterfall tour? You may wish to reserve a seat at Elements on The Falls on top of Horseshoe Falls and enjoy beautiful food. Natural wonders are in sight, enjoy your own taste buds with a delicious meal in the Rainbow Room and enjoy the cuisine prepared by the famous chef Massimo Capra. You can also head to Jamie Kennedy's Window Restaurant (Windows by Jamie Kennedy) to enjoy the farm's direct food in the 13-storey waterfall view.

Want to enjoy more cost-effective food? You may wish to head to the Benchmark restaurant, where students from the Niagara College’s Canadian Food & Wine Institute practice and provide services. Of course, you can also cook your own delicacies at Wine Country Cooking School.  Finally, if you plan a picnic, you can visit one of the many farmers’ markets throughout the area to get the best local produce, bread and seasonings.

Never get bored


After a full meal, what kind of entertainment do you want now? Love performing arts? Why not join the Shaw Festival, a musical, drama and comedy that you don’t want to miss. Or head to St. Catherine's First Ontario Performing Arts Centre, where theater, dance, music, comedy and other cultural performances are staged throughout the year. Or if you just want to watch a simple show, then the Yuk Yuk Comedy Club or Oh Canada Eh’s dinner theater must be for you, and a relaxed musical will definitely change your stereotypes about Canada. Want to learn more? After the game, go to Niagara Falls History Museum. Visit the headquarters of the British Army Centre Command during the war of 1812, Fort George. Watch soldiers in red clothes shoot muskets, or try to shoot yourself. You can also travel along the Niagara’s South Coast Arts & Culture Route between galleries, private studios and museums. Like shopping? There are Canada One Factory Outlets and The Outlet Collection at Niagara. Niagara will let you return with great pleasure.

Vieux-Québec Pedestrian Street


The walls of Vieux-Québec now have 400 years of history and cultural precipitation. This UNESCO World Heritage Treasure is the cradle of French civilization in North America. The architecture, cuisine and customs here are influenced by European culture. In just a few hours, you can visit the world-changing battlefield, taste authentic Canadian cuisine, overlook the cobblestone streets or the St. Lawrence River, and admire the work of generations of local artists.  The old city of Quebec is ideal for exploring on foot. Every corner, stairwell, doorway and alley hides some features and landscapes that you cannot feel in your car. The following is a list of some of the must-see spots on your way to explore the old city on foot. Remember to wear a pair of suitable walking shoes.

Start a walking tour from the battlefield


The Québec Provincial Parliament Building (Parliament Building) is just outside the walls of the old town, this is a good place to start your tour. This building, built in 1886, is the oldest historical site in Quebec, and has provided a place for politicians and political debates for more than a century. This beautiful building, whose design was inspired by the Louvre in Paris, was particularly stunning during night illumination. The square in front of the parliament building is decorated with 26 bronze statues commemorating important people in the history of the province, while Fontaine de Tourney located in front of the main building is like a luxurious decoration, which adds more style to the parliament building. You can easily stroll from the Parliament Building to the Plains of Abraham. In 1759, the British and French armies confronted each other to control the city. Today, the Plains of Abraham are like the Central Park in Quebec City, and people who ride bicycles, picnics, cross-country skiing or walk in snowshoes are welcome every day. The Plains of Abraham is also the stage of the Le Festival d’été du Québec. Every summer there is a grand music festival that has attracted big names such as the Rolling Stones, Foo Fighters and Lady Gaga.Before you leave the Abraham Plains, you can also visit the city’s art gallery, the Musée National des Beaux-Arts, which houses 38,000 works from the past four centuries, of which are particularly noteworthy It is a fine work by an artist from the province of Quebec.

Quebec Castle


After making a circle from the plains of Abraham, head east and enter the old city from St. Louis Gate. Port Saint-Louis is an impressive stone gate built in 1694. From here, you will explore the next destination of the walking tour: Citadelle of Quebec. This castle built after the war of 1812 is a dream place for history lovers. Hundreds of years of history remain in the city walls. Although the British army was stationed here, it is now home to the Royal 22e Régiment, the only French infantry regiment of the Canadian army. You can visit the star castle with a guide and watch the guard changing ceremony. If you want a more complete experience, remember to visit the newly built Legion Museum, you may also have the opportunity to try using night vision goggles to watch the surrounding environment. The Fortifications of Quebec is connected to the castle and covers almost the entire area. Its length is about 2.8 miles, making Quebec City the only city in northern Mexico surrounded by walls. This is part of the defense system. It was built by the French, the British and finally the Canadian forces from 1608 (when Samuel de Champlain founded Quebec) to 1871. You can explore these walls or learn about them yourself. Their history. In addition, you can also admire the views of both sides of the city wall: inside is a historic city, and in the distance is the scenic St. Lawrence River.

The fairy tale


Walking between the castle walls, you will feel as if you are in a fairy tale. The Château Frontenac is located in the northeast of the star castle, just a few blocks away. The Fairmont Fontaine Castle Hotel can be considered a castle. It was built in 1892 and reflects the architectural styles of the Middle Ages and the early Renaissance. The hotel has more than 600 rooms, 18 floors and multiple towers, all decorated with unique green spires, so it is not surprising that Fairmont Fontaine Castle Hotel can be the most photogenic hotel in the world. The hotel is located on Dufferin Terrace, which is itself a famous attraction. Built on the Dufenlin Terrace in 1838, its wooden boardwalk allows you to admire the magnificent views of the St. Lawrence River and the island of Îled’Orléans. In summer, enjoy the performances of musicians and street artists everywhere, or take a boat trip on the lake. In the winter, you can take a closer look at the many cannons that once defended Quebec City, or relive your childhood and slide down at a speed of 40 mph on the sled slide.

Lobster feast in Prince Edward Island


As local star chef Michael Smith said: "A lobster meal is an extraordinary enjoyment anytime, anywhere, and it is also a delicious connection to the island." Take part in an unforgettable community feast, or experience Prince Edward Island , Enjoy a special two-person world-on a fishing boat with a captain, taste lobster cooked using local practices. It is not easy to find lobster fresher than this. Lobster recipes are endless, and so are the cooking methods: grilling, steaming, boiled; hot food, cold dishes; canned, smoked... But the most popular traditional lobster dishes are chowder soup and lobster rolls, put on bibs, Simply steam and peel the lobster and enjoy it with melted butter and lemon.

It is recommended that you book the following popular restaurants: taste seafood at the Clam Diggers Restaurant and Beach House in the east and admire the sunset on the deck; The Pearl Eatery on the North Central Coast Award-winning fine dining restaurant from farm and sea to table; steaks, seafood and Prince Edward Island beer at Brothers 2 Tavern on the North Cape Coast. Go to the Lobster on the Wharf in Charlottetown for the ultimate fusion cuisine. At the Water-Prince Corner Shop, squeeze together with locals to taste pure lobster dinner, which is also the favorite of famous chef Michael Smith. You can also try the lobster, music and burgers at Fish Bones.

Canadian Culinary Institute


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Show off your cooking skills at the best cooking school in Canada. The Holland College at the Culinary Institute of Canada opened a culinary training camp. In the full-day or half-day experience project, learn with the award-winning chef in the most advanced kitchen, the experience content includes from the farm to the table, and then to recognize all kinds of seafood. Because these items are extremely popular, sign up early and be prepared to put on a white chef's uniform. If you want to "sit and enjoy it", you can taste the masterpieces of excellent students at Lucy Maud Dining Room. The food here is not only cheap and good, but also uses local ingredients and uses the latest modern cooking techniques .

Fall Flavours Festival

Although it is not always possible to eat lobster, there are a variety of delicacies for you to taste at the Fall Flavours Festival. You can join a lobster party on the beach and taste local potatoes and string beans, oysters, mussels and beef. During the month-long festival, the island can enjoy a variety of local food and original traditional events-celebrations, culinary shows, concerts, scenic spots and chef dinners, beer, wine and food trials Eating activities. Experience cooking potatoes or peeling oysters at the cooking camp.

North Cape Coast

The North Cape coast to the west of Prince Edward Island is a cornucopia of seafood and a place not to be missed. Taste delicious lobster, as well as the famous Malpeque oysters, snow crabs and mussels. Drive on the North Cape Coastal Drive (North Cape Coastal Drive), stop in chic cafes and stylish restaurants, and enjoy the food. Make and taste potato jelly in the Potato Country Kitchen at the Canadian Potato Museum, visit the Shellfish Museum, learn to peel oysters, and enjoy various live music along the way: Arcadia, Aborigines, Celtic bagpipes and violins. Summerside also hosts summer pop concerts.

Fishing lobster


Try to catch a live lobster yourself. Experienced Captain Mark and Top Notch Lobster Tours go to sea three times a day to catch lobster, just as their family has been doing for four generations. Under the guidance of experienced fishermen, you can search for buoys and pull lobsters on board like real fishermen. If you are brave enough, you can tie up the lobster pliers and take the live lobster out of the cage. Afterwards, everyone can taste the traditional lobster cooked on board. Experience Prince Edward Island (Experience PEI) is another adventure experience company where you can learn tricks from skilled fishermen on board and choose your own prizes: lobster, mussels, oysters or a deep sea fishing adventure.  At the end of the lobster dinner, be sure to try the rich traditional ice cream of Prince Edward Island. That's right, the island is also famous for its first-class dairy products. COWS ice cream is worth a try, Wowie Cowie is a must-try. To eat all over this gourmet island, you may have to stay longer than originally planned.


Sceneries in Ontario

Algonquin Park


If you make a list of all the outdoor activities you can think of, you will find that 90% of the activities can be experienced in Algonquin Park. This first provincial park in Ontario has activities that can satisfy a variety of preferences. In warm weather, you can experience wild camping, backpacking, cycling, boating, fishing, picnic, swimming, canoe rafting and wildlife viewing. In winter you can experience skiing, snowmobiling and dog sledding. There are more than 1500 lakes in the park, nearly 750 miles of rivers and streams, and more than 1200 campsites along the coast. In other words, there are enough reasons to attract you to play here.

The Stratford Festival


It’s not an easy task to catch up with your favorite festival when you travel, but it’s not a problem for The Stratford Festival, this North American classic theater festival continues every year Seven months long. From April to October, a variety of high-quality dramas for all ages are staged here. From Shakespeare to Molière, from tragedy to comedy, from carefully choreographed musicals to individual performances, Stratford Festival is Canada’s best place to dress up and watch performances.

Walking on the edge of the CN Tower


The CN Tower is one of Canada’s most famous landmarks. However, boarding this 1,815-foot building is not just about looking at the scenery. Courageous tourists can experience walking on a 113-story glass floor that is only 2.5 inches thick. More courageous visitors can board the 146-story SkyPod gazebo to enjoy the city. But the really most attractive and unique experience is EdgeWalk. Wear protective gear and walk along the outside edge of the TV station, and there is nothing but air on the ground. This experience is not suitable for tourists who are afraid of heights and have heart disease. They are very suitable for those who love adventure and want to share the world's highest outdoor walking experience with friends without armrests.

Parliament Hill


Canada’s Parliament Hill is not only the seat of the government, but also a cultural and community center, providing an excellent venue for various events. For example, you can do Yoga on Parliament Hill. At noon every Wednesday in the summer, hundreds of people come to this iconic building with Yoga mats and yoga clothes to stretch their bodies. Watching a 30-minute sound and light show, a fascinating and beautiful story will be projected on the Parliament Buildings. In addition, there are more traditional activities. Head to the historic Peace Tower to enjoy the 360-degree view of the city, watch the changing of the soldiers, and of course you can enter the building to visit.

Ottawa river rafting


In the northwest of Ottawa, the Ottawa River rushed across the Canadian Shield area. The waterway that Aboriginal people and fur traders once traversed is now a paradise for rafting adventures. In fact, Ottawa Valley (Ottawa Valley) is called "Canadian drifting capital". Choose a local rafting company, with experienced guides at the helm, along the world's top rafting route, safely drifting in the rapids. Rafting has different difficulty and intensity, even tourists without rich experience can enjoy rafting fun, just jump on the boat and have fun.

Agwa Canyon Tour Train


This is an unusual train tour. Aboard the Agawa Canyon Tour Train, you will enjoy a comfortable one-day modern train journey through the wild nature center of Canada, exploring the western border of Ontario, admiring through the huge train window Lakes and rivers along the way, Canadian shield forests and granite layers. The audio guide will tell you interesting landmarks, telling the history of the original settler Ojibwe to contemporary explorers. Best of all, go to the ground of the Agwa Canyon below 500 feet, walk out of the carriage, and explore the canyon from the bottom or a 250-foot high viewing platform, marveling at the natural power of the last ice age.

Fort William Historical Park


In Fort William Historical Park, go back 200 years to learn about the life of a traveler. The predecessor of the park was the headquarters of the North West Company's inland fur trade in the early 19th century. The fur trade played an important role in the process of nation-building in Canada. Walking through 42 historic buildings that were difficult to reconstruct on the basis of archaeological discoveries and research, time seems to have reversed. Interact with the participants of the 19th century fur trade-Scottish fur traders, French travelers, craftsmen, farmers, Ojibwa and Métis aborigines and listen to their stories. Watch the shipbuilding and tin iron forging process. Integrate into this era that has become a thing of the past and gain a deeper understanding of the life of fur merchants.

Thousand Islands


The 1000 Islands are located on the St. Lawrence Seaway, near the border between Ontario and the United States. Most people will take a boat tour and learn about local history, from real pirates and smugglers to politicians who live or travel here. The castles and mansions used by celebrities and rich people for weekend leisure are amazing. The outdoor adventures here are also exciting. You can dive in 200 shipwrecks or go fishing. There are 30 public golf courses in the area, as well as extensive kayaking and canoeing activities. If you just want to relax, you can enjoy the local food and wine while enjoying the view.


Canadian Rocky Mountain

The Canadian Rocky Mountain are pure and spectacular. Huge rock walls, vast canyons, blue-green lakes and ancient glaciers, no photo can truly interpret its beauty, and only by personally visiting can you deeply feel its charm. The natural wonders of the Canadian Rocky Mountains are well preserved in some stunning parks on the western border of Alberta, including Banff National Park and Jasper National Park Park), Kananaskis Country and Waterton Lakes National Park. Banff National Park (Banff National Park) is Canada's first national park. It was built in 1885 and is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, attracting tourists from all over the world. Hike, ride and ride on over 1,000 miles of well-prepared trails to explore the natural beauty of heaven. Visiting in winter season, you can also glide the best powder snow in the world. Here are some popular attractions. The Canadian Rockiey Mountain has some of the most beautiful lakes in the world. The uniqueness of these mountain lakes is that the rock dust (fine silt) deposited on the bottom of the lake makes the lake water show a stunning blue-green color, and the snow-covered mountain peaks in the background constitute an unparalleled beauty.

Lake Louise and Moraine Lake


Lake Louise is one of the classic lakes in Banff National Park, connected to the Victoria Glacier on one side and the majestic Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise on the other. Another fascinating lake is Moraine Lake located in Ten Peaks. You can rent a canoe or walk along the coastline, don’t forget to bring a camera, the stunning scenery will definitely make you breathtaking. From Calgary (Calgary) west, less than two hours drive to Lake Louise. From Lake Louise, you can drive to Menglian Lake in about 1 hour and 20 minutes. Enjoy the beauty of the two lakes in one day, but the beauty and attractions along the road will make you want to stay longer.

Lake Minnwanka


Lake Minnewanka is only a few minutes away from the town of Banff and is the longest lake in the Canadian Rockies, about 13 miles long. You can go hiking or cycling along the northern coastline, or you can choose to take a guided boat tour for about an hour to enjoy the amazing view of Lake Minnewanka from different angles and listen to fascinating stories. For example, in Minnewanka Landing, built in 1912, only scuba divers can go (the mountain is completely submerged under water). Aboriginal people who lived along the coast for 10,000 years called it "minn-waki" (Lake of the Elves). Elk, mule deer, bighorn sheep, brown bear and black bear all inhabit here.

Jasper National Park

Jasper National Park, The southernmost point borders Banff National Park, and the famous Icefields Parkway connects the two parks. Jasper National Park has the highest mountain range in the Canadian Rockies, sparkling turquoise lakes and majestic waterfalls, as well as many ancient glaciers left over from the last glacial century that are world-famous. Here are some popular attractions.

Columbia Icefield and Glacier Trail


Columbia Icefield  is the largest icefield relic in the Rocky Mountains, covering an area of about 90 square miles. At the Glacier Discovery Centre on the Icefields Avenue, take part in the Columbia Icefield Glacier Adventure and experience the beauty. Ride the "Ice Explorer" equipped with huge rubber tires, which is a super complete terrain vehicle designed for transporting tourists to the Athabasca Glacier (the most accessible glacier in North America) . Walk on 985 feet of ice and taste the fresh glacier water. Then head to the thrilling Glacier Skywalk and stand on the 918-foot transparent glass floor observation deck above the Sunwapta Valley. It is no exaggeration to say that this will be a thrilling experience.

Athabasca Falls


Athabasca Falls is 75 feet high. Although it is not the highest waterfall in the Canadian Rockies, the glacial water of the Athabasca River brings a strong force when it squeezes through the canyon. You can stand on the platform and trail to admire the waterfall and take pictures, but the water mist may cause the ground to become slippery. Please walk carefully and do not cross the fence. Athabasca Falls is 19 miles south of the town of Jasper and can be reached from Icefield Avenue via Highway 93A. There are plenty of free parking spaces in the scenic area, and a leisurely stroll to the waterfall.



Banff National Park has three major ski resorts: Mt. Norquay (28 snow trails, vertical drop of 1,650 feet), and Sunshine Village (more than 145 snow trails, vertical drop of 3,514 Feet) and the nearby Lake Louise Ski Resort (more than 145 snow trails with a vertical drop of 3,250 feet). The Marmot Basin in Jasper National Park is Canada’s highest reference altitude (5,570 feet), with 86 snow trails and a vertical drop of 3,000 feet. The Nakiska Ski Resort in Kananaskis was the site of the 1988 Winter Olympics. It has 71 snow trails and a vertical drop of 2,412 feet. Or try Snow Cat Skiing on the white snow trails of Fortress Mountain without waiting for the cable car! Further south, Castle Mountain is an ideal skiing place not to be missed. Of course, snowboarding and double-boarding at these ski resorts are just one of the ways to appreciate the scenery of the mountains. The Rocky Mountains also have many of the best cross-country skiing spots in the world. Go on foot or by helicopter, or stay in a remote hut and spend a quiet winter day in unspoiled, knee-less snow.

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