The Icefields Parkway in the Canadian Rockies between Banff/Lake Louise and Jasper is one of the most stunning mountain drives you'll ever see, with scenic stops such as Bow Lake, the Columbia Icefield and Athabasca Falls along the way. An Icefields Parkway tour with Brewster Travel Canada is one way to see it, and driving it yourself is another great option. Go to http://wanderingcarol.com/icefields-parkway-tour-canadian-rockies/ to read about my experience, and get all the info you need.
Avoiding the Crowds in the Canadian Rockies: 8 Pro Tips
The Canadian Rockies are breathtakingly stunning, which also means certain spots can get a little crowded once in a while. Here are 8 ways to maximize your quiet time and avoid the masses in the Rocky Mountains - or any popular travel destination for that matter. | @explorecanada
15 Canadian Superstructures You Need To See For Yourself
Situated in the middle of the Canadian Rockies of Jasper National Park sits the Glacier Skywalk. This composition of steel and glass offers breathtaking views of the glacier-formed valleys and waterfalls. Take in the views 918 feet (280 metres) above the natural beauty.
8 Affordable Hot Springs Spas for the Ultimate Relaxing Vacation
Where: Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada What: Perched 5,200 feet above sea level in Banff National Park, this bathhouse has been around since 1932 and offers stunning views of the Canadian Rockies, along with plunge baths, steam rooms, and soaking tubs that reach 104 degrees (hotspring.ca). Spend the night at Alberta's Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, a sprawling, 125-year-old Scottish-style castle (from $269 a night; fairmont.com/banff-springs). While You're There: Drive 45 minutes on the…