If you are visiting the Western Canada, be sure to visit the following attractions.
1. Lake Louise in Banff National Park
Many tourists go to this top tourist spot for the lake’s turquoise color and a great view of the Rocky Mountain. The lake turns into a skating rink in winter and offers canoe rides during summertime.
While here, make sure to check out what has been hailed as one of the world’s picturesque highways, the Icefields Parkway that connects the lake to Jasper. The surroundings and colors become dramatic and quite photographic. This will make you realize the many reasons why Lake Louise has been listed as a World Heritage site in UNESCO.
If you want to see the wildlife at Banff National Park, schedule your trip during fall.
2. Iceline Trail in the Canadian Rockies
This is recommended for hikers who are after great spots and magnificent views. The 13-mile trek is epic in many ways and you will come across various attractions including the Takkakaw Falls, Daly Glacier, and Yoho Valley.
3. Whistler Blackcomb
This ski resort is among the best in North America. It is perfect for travellers who love snowboarding and skiing. You can avail the services of a professional guide or private snowboarding coach while here.