Banff, located in the Rocky Mountains, is one of Canada's most famous national parks. It is home to wild grizzlies, cougars, wolves, and moose, and features many beautiful hiking and skiing areas. As with most natural parks, major attractions are easily reachable and visited by many tourists, but escaping into quiet nature requires nothing more than a short hike.
This is a famous trail along Lake Louise, up to the Six Glaciers Viewpoint, across the debris left behind by receding glaciers. It offers a stunning look into nature and its disappearance, on a rewarding trail.