Banff National Park is located in the northern section of the Rocky Mountains. It is Canada's first National Park and a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site. Banff has rich natural landscapes including alpine glaciers, forest meadows, lakes and rivers. The peaceful town of Banff, the crystal clear Lake Louise, the picturesque Icefields Avenue and the spectacular Columbia Icefield are not to be missed. Banff is one of the world's premier paradises for outdoor sports including hiking, climbing, fishing, boating, skiing, skating, caving and other fun and entertaining activities.
Located on the south side of Highway 1, Lake Louise is a famous attraction in Banff National Park. It is surrounded by dense forests and surrounded by dense forests. It forms a perfect landscape, Louise. The lake is like a pearl, so it is known as the “sapphire on the Rocky Mountains” and has become a favorite lake for photographers.
Icefield Avenue is one of the most beautiful roads in North America. From Banff National Park to Jasper National Park, you can see the landscape changes of waterfalls, emerald lakes, grasslands and snow-capped peaks. Not only can you enjoy the beautiful natural scenery on the Icefield Avenue, but you can also enjoy the infinite charm of nature by watching wildlife, picnicking, hiking, ice climbing and skiing.
Sulphur Mountain is a mountain group found in Banff National Park. Because its color is like sulfur, it is called Sulphur Mountain. On the peak of the Sulphur Mountain, you can look out over Banff Town and the snowy mountains of Rocky Mountains. The scenery is amazing. Guests usually choose to take the cable car up the mountain, and as the cable car slowly rises, visitors can enjoy the scenery of different heights.