Canadians have a soft heart for towns such as Vancouver (where riding through Stanley Park is unbeatable). They also enjoy all of Victoria’s wonderful attractions. However, Canada, the world’s second largest country, boasts extensive swaths of breathtaking mountains, pristine forests, and freshwater lakes. In fact, Canada has 48 national parks (and reserves) that cover just 3% of the country! Continue reading to learn about Canada’s most beautiful national parks.
Banff National Park
There are few locations more beautiful than this valley, which is surrounded by jewel-colored lakes, hot springs, canyons, and magnificent mountain ranges. Moraine Lake may be the most magnificent feature of the entire park. It is in the middle of the park at a height of around 6,000 feet, and the water levels surge in early summer, casting a magnificent shade of blue you’ll never forget. If you’d rather take a more leisurely approach, take the Banff Gondola to obtain a bird’s eye perspective of gorgeous Lake Louise. Premier Banff homes for sale can cost well over $1 million.
Gros Morne National Park
The park is a never-ending series of miracles and thrills, as well as an exhibition of the physical realm’s breathtakingly raw and cryptic grandeur. Trek alongside the river through valleys carved out by glaciers millennia ago, passing by majestic mountains and thundering waterfalls. Fairs, music, and artwork are examples of culture and legacy steeped in wit and uniqueness that can be found throughout the park in areas like Cow Head and Woody Point, amid natural wonders.
Prince Albert National Park
Want to know where to go for an adventure trek or a family outing in Prince Albert National Park? There are 27 wonderful hiking trails, bicycling trails, jogging trails, and other activities available on AllTrails. Are you prepared to go on your next walk or bike ride? With elevation gain ranging from 141 to 4,311 feet, we’ve got you covered. Whatever your plans for the day are, you’ll be able to discover the appropriate route in Prince Albert National Park. It was founded in 1927, and has dense trees and lakes as its landscape. It’s a wonderful spot to go hiking, biking, paddling, or having a picnic on a lake beach with friends and family. The park’s website has detailed information on costs and permits.
Pacific Rim National Park
Surfing, whale viewing, and beach exploring are all popular activities in Tofino and Ucluelet. It’s the easiest site to access from Tofino town center, located just south of Cox Bay. From the connecting parking lot, the path to Radar Hill is a very short walk. On a clear day, breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean, Clayoquot Sound, and the Tofino Inlet with its many islands and mountains in the distance may be seen. This trail is short and wheelchair accessible, making it ideal for the whole family. Come for a quick tour of the area before continuing on with your Pacific Rim National Park adventure plan!