Canada is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. It has a diverse landscape: vast plains, rugged mountains, lush forests, desolate tundra, and thousands of lakes. No matter where you go, there’s always something to see that will leave you breathless. And no matter what kind of trip you plan on having, there’s a national park for it. But one national park sits above all others: Banff National Park. Below, we’ll tell you about the finest attractions in this park to have the best outdoor adventure.

Lake Louise

Located in the Valley of the Ten Peaks, it was named after Princess Louise Caroline Alberta (1848–1939), the fourth daughter of Queen Victoria.

The lake is fed by the Bow River and Bow Glacier, which also feeds Moraine Lake further up the valley. The lake has a surface area of 0.93 square kilometers and an average depth of 70 meters (230 ft). It’s considered the crown jewel of the park and a must-see destination. It is also one of the most photographed attractions of the park, with the Victoria Glacier in the background.

Bow Valley Parkway

The Bow Valley Parkway is a scenic route through Banff National Park that runs through the town site and offers views of parts of the Bow River. The parkway runs from Lake Louise to Field, which is just south of Canmore. Along this road are several pullouts where you can stop and enjoy the view. It’s a terrific way to see parts of Banff National Park that you might otherwise miss if you were driving through on your way elsewhere in Alberta or Canada.

Moraine Lake

Moraine Lake is a glacier-fed lake located about 5 minutes from the town of Banff, Alberta. It’s one of the most popular tourist destinations in Canada and has been dubbed “Canada’s most photographed lake.” Although it’s not easy to get to Moraine Lake—you need to drive up a mountain for about 30 kilometers—it’s worth it when you finally see this natural wonder.

Because Moraine Lake is such a popular hiking destination, there are lots of trails around the lake that allow you to hike through forests, meadows, and alpine tundra without getting too close to other hikers (or wildlife). If you want to escape even further from civilization, there are also longer hikes that take three days or more!

Banff Gondola

The Banff Gondola is a short ride up a mountain, but the views are worth it. The gondola rises above the town of Banff to an elevation of 2,637 meters (8,648 feet), giving you a bird’s eye view of the entire park. It’s easy to miss what’s below when you’re in such a beautiful place.

It can be crowded at peak times, so if you prefer some quiet time on your visit, then this might not be for you. But if you want spectacular views and don’t mind crowds, definitely go for it!

There are many reasons why Redstreak Campground is one of the most popular in Kootenay National Park: its location is close to hiking trails like Valhalla Pass or Cirque Peak; its proximity to Banff; and its proximity to Radium Hot Springs (about an hour drive away).

Canada is one of the most scenic places in the world, but you’ll need the proper visa before you can explore its amazing landscapes. You can [apply online for a Canadian Electronic Travel Authorization] (ETA). This travel document is valid for 5 years and will allow you to enter Canada for tourism purposes. The application process is very easy to complete, and you’ll receive your ETA via email in 24 hours or less! Get ready to visit Canada and explore all the wonders Banff National Park has to offer.