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Hamber Provincial Park

August 24, 2016

At only 240 square kilometers in size, you may think that Hamber Provincial Park is one you can skip out on during your trip through the Rockies, but think again! Well known for its incredible scenery and impressive geological features, Hamber Provincial Park is a “must do” for the true backcountry explorer.








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August 24, 2016
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Covering 54,170 hectares of land, right along the border of British Columbia and Alberta, the Height of the Rockies Provincial Park should be at the top of your “to do” list when traveling through the Canadian Rockies. The park features incredible biodiversity and an array of views along every trail and lake.





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August 4, 2016
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Kakwa Provincial Park

July 15, 2016

Only 650 square kilometers in size, Kakwa Wildlands Park/Provincial Park and Protected Area is one of the smaller parks to explore in the Canadian Rockies, but certainly does not fall short on adventures. As the only road into the park is a forestry road network, Kakwa is very remote and often very quiet, so it’s the perfect destination for backcountry explorers. 





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July 15, 2016
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The highest mountain in the southern continental ranges of the Canadian Rockies, Mount Assiniboine is also well known as the “Matterhorn of the Rockies” due to its resemblance of the Matterhorn in the Alps. Located along the British Columbia/Alberta border, along the Great Divide, the 3,618 m high mountain is certainly a sight for sore eyes, or sore legs from hiking. 



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July 13, 2016
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5,625 hectares within the western ranges of the southern Rocky Mountains, you can find exceptional alpine landscapes, stunning glaciers, jagged mountain peaks and exhilarating blue lakes. Elk Lakes Provincial Park, much of which is situated above treeline, is an incredible scene of everything you can expect to see in the Canadian Rockies, and much more.

 



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June 29, 2016
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Yoho National Park

June 23, 2016

Situated on the western side of the Continental Divide, Yoho National Park is one of the smallest parks in the Canadian Rockies, covering only 1,313 square kilometers, but is not small on adventure. The amount of amazing things Yoho has to offer is in the name itself, as Yoho is a Cree expression of awe and wonder. 







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June 23, 2016
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June 23, 2016
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At 3,954 meters, Mount Robson is the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies and has the most prominent view of the panoramic mountain tops. Being so scenic, you can imagine that Mount Robson is very well photographed, including from the most popular location along the Yellowhead Highway.









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June 23, 2016
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Kootenay National Park

June 14, 2016

Though not the biggest National park in the Canadian Rockies, Kootenay National Park may have the most diverse landscape. Along the Continental Divide you will find everything from frosty glacier-peaked mountains to grasslands featuring dessert cactuses along the Rocky Mountain Trench.








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June 14, 2016
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Jasper National Park

June 8, 2016


It would be a big mistake if you visited the Canadian Rockies and didn’t make a stop in Jasper, the largest National Park in the Rockies. The 10,878 km² area is home to thousands of things to do and sights to see.  Drive up from Banff on the Icefields Parkway and continue your adventure in the Canadian Rockies with views of the stunning Columbia Icefields.





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June 8, 2016
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Banff National Park

June 1, 2016

Discovered by accident by three Canadian Pacific Railway workers, way back in 1883, Banff was the first ever National Park to be named in Canada and the third in the world. Nestled in the heart of the Canadian Rockies, this crown jewel of in the Canadian Rockies’ National Parks system has become one of the most desired adventure destinations nationwide. 





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June 1, 2016
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Gear up for adventure: our newest edition of the Canadian Rockies Mapbook has hit stores! Covering more than 30,000 km ² of pristine mountain wilderness, from the busy hiking trails of Banff National Park to the remote wildlands of Height of the Rockies Provincial Park, this is your ultimate guide to outdoor adventure in one of Canada’s most exciting destinations.



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May 6, 2016
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