Banff National Park, Natural Attractions in The Mountains in Canada - Traveling in Banff National Park, Canada, is the right choice for you nature lovers. This national park is visited by many tourists because it is famous for its mountainous nature, glacier lakes with turquoise blue waters and forest areas which stretch for miles in length.

Intrigued by the beauty and challenges of Banff National Park, come for summer hiking or skiing in winter. True adventurers will never run out of activities here, from rafting, hiking on foot to mountain biking.

The oldest national park in Canada, founded in 1885, is located between 110-180 kilometers west of Calgary in the Alberta Province, covering 6,641 square kilometers of mountainous terrain, with many glaciers and ice fields, dense coniferous forests and alpine landscapes.

Icefields Parkway runs from Lake Louise, which is connected to Jasper National Park in the north. The provincial forest area and Yoho National Park are bordered to the west, while Kootenay National Park is to the south and Kananaskis Country to the southeast. The main trading centers of this park are in Banff City in the Bow River valley, and Lake Louise.

Both cities in the national park area offer many accommodation options, ranging from simple to luxurious accommodations. In addition, there are many facilities that you can rent, such as equipment for biking, skiing, kayaking, or fishing.

In the two cities closest to Banff National Park, you can also rent a car or take a bus and shuttle service that connects the two cities and all the attractions in the national park area. (WS.IN/ENG/*)
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