9. The Canadian Rockies
Did you know that an estimated 50 peaks in the Canadian Rockies reach 11,000 feet above sea level? This jaw-dropping mountain range spans across British Columbia and Alberta and is home to some truly “wild residents” — bighorn sheep, grizzly bears, moose and elk are just a few native residents to call this incredible landscape their home. And there’s no wrong way to explore the Canadian Rockies. Join our experts for a journey by horseback or train, raft along its wild rivers or even board a glass-enclosed gondola for better views of ancient glaciers and jagged, ice-capped peaks. Delve into history in Banff, Canada’s oldest national park, and take a visit to the exclusive mountain resort of Chateau Lake Louise. Hike Yoho National Park to observe vertical rock walls, waterfalls and stunning peaks.
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