Banff National Park
The magnificent Banff National Park in neighbouring Alberta, the first national park in Canada, is home to a variety of distinctive natural features and cultural and historical sites. Rugged mountains, ancient glaciers, icefields, alpine meadows, beautiful blue cold-water lakes, mineral hot springs, deep canyons and fascinating hoodoos compose the natural landscape and habitat for a great variety of birds and mammals.
Jasper National Park
Jasper National Park is the largest and most northerly of the four Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks that comprise the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its scenery is rugged, including deeply gouged Maligne Canyon and picturesque Maligne Lake. Thrill to the thunder of Sunwapta Falls; enjoy the serene beauty of glacier-covered Mount Edith Cavell; hike along any of the 1,200 km of trails; have a relaxing soak in Miette Hot Springs, or embark on a number of spectacular mountain drives.
Willmore Wilderness Park
Willmore Wilderness Park in the Rocky Mountains of central Alberta is a beautiful untouched wilderness area with pristine forests and stunning panoramic mountain vistas. Willmore offers wonderful outdoor activities, including hiking, mountain biking, multi-day horseback riding trips, horse assisted hiking excursions, and great fishing opportunities.