For hundreds of years the grandeur of the Falls of the Niagara River have attracted many to this destination.
Eight glaciers are a surviving remnant of the thick ice mass that once coated most of Western Canada's mountains.
The park offers a wide variety of activities, from hiking to scenic drives, water activities and photography.
Banff National Park is Canada'a first national park, and at 6,641 square kilometres it is also one of the largest in Canada, if not the world.
With its beautiful rugged mountains, glaciers, forests and alpine meadows, it's no wonder this park has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
A beautiful lake, named after its intense green color, in the southern part of Yukon Territory, Canada.
Located between Alaska and Yukon Bay in Canada, Hubbard is one of the largest glaciers in the world.