The Canadian Rockies are a majestic, mountain landscape, full of peaks, glaciers, lakes, waterfalls, canyons and caves. Its Canadian leg runs from the Montana border up to the Liard River in British Columbia. Five national parks are located in the Canadian Rockies, including Banff, Jasper, Yoho, Kootenay, and Waterton Lakes, as well as numerous other provincial parks. For many, the Canadian Rockies are the iconic symbol of wild spaces, and they are deservedly famous for their beauty. Although the Rockies are not the tallest mountain range in Canada, many people mistake them for it, as their sheer ruggedness can feel over-whelming when you're up close.
Kananaskis Country is a collection of provincial parks situated to the west of Calgary. K-country is noted for recreation, offering: a hotel, a holiday ranch, dozens of campgrounds, the best golf course in Alberta, a ski hill, rock climbing, fishing, and many kilometers of hiking, horse-back riding, biking, and cross-country skiing.
888 Nakoda Way
#1 Lorette Drive