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Banff National Park

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Banff National Park

Natural Beauty: The park is renowned for its stunning mountain landscapes, pristine glacial lakes, dense forests, and abundant wildlife. Iconic landmarks include the turquoise waters of Lake Louise and Moraine Lake, the rugged peaks of the Rocky Mountains, and the towering glaciers of the Columbia Icefield.

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Lake Louise

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"Lake Louise"

Lake Louise offers a variety of outdoor activities for visitors to enjoy throughout the year. In the summer, activities include hiking trails around the lake and nearby mountains, canoeing or kayaking on the pristine waters, and picnicking along the shoreline. In the winter, the lake freezes over, providing opportunities for ice skating, ice climbing, and snowshoeing.

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Moraine Lake

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Moraine Lake

Known for its vivid turquoise-blue waters, Moraine Lake is surrounded by ten towering peaks, including Mount Fay, Mount Babel, and the imposing Wenkchemna Peaks. The stunning color of the lake is caused by light refracting off the rock flour deposited in the water by nearby glaciers.

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Athabasca Glacier

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Athabasca Glacier

Visitors can embark on guided tours onto the surface of the glacier aboard specially designed Ice Explorers, massive six-wheeled vehicles that traverse the rugged terrain of the icefield. These tours offer a unique opportunity to walk on the glacier's surface and witness its stunning blue ice and crevasses up close.

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Jasper National Park

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Jasper National Park

Jasper National Park is home to some of the most spectacular scenic drives in the world, including the Icefields Parkway (Highway 93), which stretches 232 kilometers (144 miles) from Jasper to Lake Louise, passing by glaciers, turquoise lakes, and towering mountain peaks. The Maligne Lake Road offers stunning views of Maligne Lake, the largest natural lake in the Canadian Rockies, and the surrounding wilderness.

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Northern Lights At Lake Annette

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Northern Lights At Lake Annette

The Northern Lights are typically visible from late August to early April in Jasper National Park, with the peak viewing season occurring from September to March. The best time to see them is during clear, dark nights with minimal light pollution and high geomagnetic activity.

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Maligne Lake

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Maligne Lake

Maligne Lake is renowned for its crystal-clear turquoise waters, surrounded by towering peaks, dense forests, and pristine alpine meadows. The lake stretches for approximately 22 kilometers (13.6 miles) in length, making it the second-largest glacier-fed lake in the world.

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