Jasper National Park is the largest park in the Canadian Rockies, and there is no better way to explore the mountain vistas, icefields and wildlife than on foot. Guided treks focus on everything from spying on birds and beavers to exploring the waterfalls of Maligne Canyon, as well as trekking across the giant glaciers of the Columbia Icefield. Or, simply set out down one of Jasper’s trails for a solo journey.
The Canadian Rockies are more than a photo opportunity. This is beauty you’ll want to feel a part of. In Banff National Park, you can do just that by canoeing the tranquil turquoise waters of Lake Louise, surrounded by glaciers and rugged peaks covered in deep green forest. Taking in the majestic surroundings from the center of the lake, it’s hard to believe a photograph could ever do it justice.