When three railway workers stumbled upon a cave full of hot mineral spring waters in 1883, they inadvertently helped create Canada’s first National Park. Explore The Cave and Basin, the trails, the buildings and the scenic town of Banff


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Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park

182 rue de l’Église, Tadoussac, QC

The Marine Park is a protected marine area accessible throughout the year when navigation is possible or when ice conditions permit. Saint-Fidèle visitor centre is open daily from June 24 to the first Monday of September, 9am to 5pm; Wednesday to Sunday from the first week of September to the second Monday of October. 9am to 5pm

182 rue de l’Église, Tadoussac, QC As well as forests of conifers and hardwoods, La Mauricie will treat you to touches of azure: the region has more than 150 lakes of various sizes. During the day, let the haunting cry of the common loon thrill your spirit.Read more…

Glacier National Park

9520 Trans-Canada Highway, Rogers Pass, BC, Canada

Glacier National Park is open year-round, but many visitor facilities are closed by snow from October to May. Rogers Pass Discovery Centre is open May 1 to June 14, 9am to 5pm; June 15 to September 20, 8am to 7pm; September 21 to November 15, 9am to 5pm; November 16 to April 30, 7am to 4pm; closed December 25.

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