1. Otherworldly rock formations and DINOSAUR BONES in the Canadian Badlands.
This region is famous for rich deposits of fossils, including dinosaur bones! Some of the most important dinosaur discoveries in the world were unearthed here.
2. Lake Louise glistening in the early morning.
Probably the most photographed site in Banff National Park, Lake Louise gets its beautiful emerald color from rock flour carried into the lake by the melting glaciers that overlook it.
3. The Athabasca River in the Icefields Parkway.
The stretch from Jasper to Lake Louise has more than 100 ancient glaciers, sweeping valleys, and breathtaking waterfalls. The Icefields Parkway is one of Canada’s national treasures and most rewarding destinations.
7. Fly fishing on the Bow River in Calgary.
The Bow River consistently ranks as one of the greatest trout streams in the world; its resident population of Rainbow and Brown trout includes some of the biggest and wildest trout available worldwide!
8. The feather-light powder and unbeatable terrain in the Canadian Rockies.
The hills in Alberta are some of the best in the world, attracting skiers and boarders from around the globe each season. Plus, Alberta has one of the longest ski seasons on the planet!
12. The must-see sunset over Maligne Lake.
The largest lake in Jasper National Park, Maligne Lake was carved and excavated by valley glaciers. Jasper is part of the UNESCO Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage site, partly due to the incredible diversity of wildlife found there.