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This is a preview of the full content of our Banff & Canada’s Rockies app.

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Uff Dah!

The Canadian Rockies are Canada's greatest tourist attraction and subject to quite a bit of hype. So it’s a relief to find that its landscapes really are sublime: the iridescent emerald lakes are every bit as vivid as they are on postcards, while the craggy glaciated mountains do appear to soar overhead.

Banff & Jasper

Banff – both the name of the key National Park and its main town – is the key draw in the Canadian Rockies so the area has its own destination information and itineraries. Typically it’s the first place visitors head after landing in Calgary, the region’s main international gateway, some 90 minutes’ drive away. Yet first impressions of the Rockies are usually formed by Kananaskis Country, a collection of provincial parks adjacent to the likable town of Canmore which lies en-route to Banff.

Read the full content in the app
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Banff National Park

Canmore & Kananaskis

Crowsnest Pass & Around

Fernie & The Elk Valley

Golden & Yoho NP

Jasper National Park

The Kootenay Valley

Radium & Kootenay NP

Waterton Lakes NP

Text © Christian Williams

Images by Andrew E. Larsen, C Williams