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Ha Ling Peak (Canmore)
Ranked #31 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Mountains
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Sentinel Pass (Lake Louise)
Ranked #32 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Trails
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Sulphur Skyline Trail (Jasper National Park)
Ranked #33 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Hiking Trails
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Ranked #34 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Tourist/ Visitor Centers
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Ranked #35 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Golf Courses
This Stanley Thompson-designed golf course offers 18 challenging holes stretched over 6,598 yards at par 71.
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Ranked #36 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Bodies of Water
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Ranked #37 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Tourist/ Visitor Centers; Historic Sites
This historic building houses the visitor's center for Japer National Park.
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Wilcox Pass (Jasper National Park)
Ranked #38 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Hiking Trails
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Sunshine Village (Banff National Park)
Ranked #39 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Ski/ Snowboard Areas
Owner description: Sunshine Village sits high on the Continental Divide in the heart of Banff National Park, and is just minutes from the... more » Owner description: Sunshine Village sits high on the Continental Divide in the heart of Banff National Park, and is just minutes from the mountain town of Banff. Three sprawling mountains provide breathtaking sitelines, uninterrupted by any signs of civilization beyond the resort's leasehold. Ski or ride in Alberta and British Columbia in one run. Sunshine Village's seven-month season stretches from early November until late May - the longest non-glacial season in Canada. The Village's altitude of 7,082 feet ensures the snow stays dry. Sunshine can receive up to nine metres (30 feet) of snow in a season, and it stays all year. « less
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Ranked #40 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
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Ranked #41 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Bodies of Water
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Ranked #42 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Hiking Trails
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Ranked #43 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Convention Centers; Theaters
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Cameron Falls (Waterton Lakes National Park)
Ranked #44 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
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Athabasca Glacier (Jasper National Park)
Ranked #45 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Geologic Formations
The snow never melts on this glacier, a major tourist attraction.
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Bow Falls (Banff)
Ranked #46 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Waterfalls
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Ranked #47 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Bodies of Water
Banff National Park's largest waterway.
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Ranked #48 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Ski/ Snowboard Areas
Owner description: Marmot Basin, located in Jasper National Park, Alberta provides unparalleled skiing and snowboarding for all ages and all... more » Owner description: Marmot Basin, located in Jasper National Park, Alberta provides unparalleled skiing and snowboarding for all ages and all abilities. Nestled in the heart of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Marmot Basin offers a family friendly, laid back, crowd free experience with stunning views. The nearby town of Jasper offers a friendly welcome to all with hotels, bars and restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets. As well as an unforgettable snow sports experience, there are also many other activities available, including shoe-shoeing, cross-country skiing, dog sledging, winter wildlife tours, canyon walks and much, much more! Once visited, never forgotten, come see us for an authentic Rocky Mountain experience. We look forward to seeing you! Your friends at Marmot Basin. « less
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Ranked #49 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Off road/All Terrain Vehicle Trails
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Ranked #50 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Golf Courses
Owner description: Designed by the late Stanley Thompson, this challenging 6,729-yard, 27-hole course offers scenic thrills and golf challenges... more » Owner description: Designed by the late Stanley Thompson, this challenging 6,729-yard, 27-hole course offers scenic thrills and golf challenges throughout its "Stanley Thompson 18" and "The Tunnel 9" courses. « less
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Ranked #51 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Horseback Riding Stables
Owner description: Guided horseback trail rides along the scenic Athabasca River valley near Jasper National Park. Ride gentle horse on trails... more » Owner description: Guided horseback trail rides along the scenic Athabasca River valley near Jasper National Park. Ride gentle horse on trails over a variety of terrain; along river valley onto open foothill ridges with spectacular mountain views and through mature evergreen forests. Open May to October. « less
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Spirit Island (Jasper National Park)
Ranked #52 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Islands
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Herbert Lake (Lake Louise)
Ranked #53 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Bodies of Water
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Bald Hills (Jasper)
Ranked #54 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Hiking Trails

The Bald Hills hike is a popular trip for experienced hikers. It requires some strength and stamina, but not much technical skill, and the rewards are well worth the work.  There... more »

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Angel Glacier (Jasper National Park)
Ranked #55 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Hiking Trails; Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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Bertha Falls (Waterton Lakes National Park)
Ranked #56 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Hiking Trails
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Ranked #57 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Ski/ Snowboard Areas; Hiking Trails
Owner description: CMH Heli-Skiing and Summer adventures provides adventure travel in both the summer and winter seasons for all levels of... more » Owner description: CMH Heli-Skiing and Summer adventures provides adventure travel in both the summer and winter seasons for all levels of travelers. « less
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Waterton Village (Waterton Lakes National Park)
Ranked #58 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
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Ranked #59 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Historic Sites; Hiking Trails; Mountains
Owner description: Four levels of interactive exhibits and two high definition award-winning shows tell the story of Canada's deadliest... more » Owner description: Four levels of interactive exhibits and two high definition award-winning shows tell the story of Canada's deadliest rockslide. On April 29 in 1903, 90 million tons of rock fell from Turtle Mountain and buried part of the coal mining town of Frank. Most of the 100 people in the path of the slide were killed. First-hand accounts, dramatic images and talented guides bring emotion to this remarkable and tragic event. Open daily year 'round. Interpretive programs/education programs/special events/gift shop/picnic area/walking trails/visitor information. « less
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Ranked #60 of 181 attractions in Canadian Rockies
Category: Tourist/ Visitor Centers
Owner description: Located on Highway 40 and surrounded by stunning vistas of the Canadian Rockies, the Grande Cache Tourism and Interpretive... more » Owner description: Located on Highway 40 and surrounded by stunning vistas of the Canadian Rockies, the Grande Cache Tourism and Interpretive Centre has much to offer the curious traveler and long time resident. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff are available to answer questions and help you make the most of your time in our beautiful mountain town. We offer hiking guides, maps and loads of information about the area.In addition, the Centre also showcases the fascinating history of the area through exhibits and displays: featuring ice age artifacts, dinosaur tracks, Aboriginal heritage and fur trading, full animal mounts, tree and geological descriptions and local industry. « less
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