What better way to celebrate Canada Daythan to rediscover some of its many landscapes of unparalleled beauty. Admire the splendour of its immense freshwater lakes and snow-capped mountains. Let yourself be charmed by its forests and plains as far as the eye can see. Whether in Quebec, Ontario, Alberta or British Columbia, you cannot miss out on these wonders if you want to discover Canada's beautiful flora.
Lake Louise: Picturesque lake, recreation and outdoor
You may have seen photos of this beautiful Canadian place before, but no one can prepare you for the emotions you will feel when you see it with your own eyes! Lake Louise, located in the Canadian province of Alberta, is famous worldwide for its turquoise lake and crystal clear water, all surrounded by silver peaks and huge glaciers as a backdrop.
A variety of hiking trails exist within this fabulous landscape at several different sites. In addition, some of these trails are even open to mountain biking and horseback riding , and some mountain slopes offer the possibility of climbing . What better way to celebrate Canada Day! You could also opt for a kayak or canoe excursion : a must-see summer activity in the region! You've probably never seen anything so spectacular!
Vallée Bras-du-Nord: Breathtaking viewpoints
Located in St-Raymond, about 20 minutes from Pont-Rouge and about 50 kilometres from Québec City, the Vallée Bras-du-Nord is an outdoor destination of choice with 80 kilometres of hiking trails , 100 kilometers of singletrack-type mountain bike tracks and more than17 kilometers of river descent in calm water .
The site also offers canyoning, via ferrata and fat bike activities to enjoy the scenery. This small outdoor paradise is one of the largest stretches of hiking trails in the province. This little corner of Canada will charm you with its country landscapes, its flamboyant waterfalls and its breathtaking viewpoints. The perfect place to celebrate Canada Day.
Bruce Peninsula National Park: An Outstanding Visual Experience
Spectacular cliffs that rise from turquoise waters, large forests where black bears stroll and rare reptile species soar in rocky areas and wetlands, ancient cedars that leap from cliffs, orchids and ferns in large quantities that take root in a multitude of habitats... This is what perfectly describes Bruce Peninsula National Park, a Canadian landscape across the Niagara Escarpment and covering a large wooded ridge in southern Ontario.
One of the peninsula's flagship attractions is the Grotto, a picturesque limestone cave where you can admire a basin of blue water overlooking the beautiful waters of Georgian Bay. Guests can also take some time to relax at Singing Sands Beach along Lake Huron. A landscape with shallow waters and sand dunes with a hiking trail through coves, forests and cliffs. The perfect place to celebrate Canada Day !
To ensure the most enjoyable visit possible, Parks Canada asks visitors to learn about the services offered, what to expect and how to prepare by visiting the park's website. Visitors wishing to go to the Grotto or go camping should also make sure to make a reservation before leaving for the park as these places are accessible only by reservation.
Emerald Lake: Breathtaking Landscape
Surrounded by the most impressive peaks of the Canadian Rockies, Emerald Lake is just 20 minutes' drive west of its famous neighbour Lake Louise. With its magnificent greenish tint, this Canadian landscape bears its name very well! Did you know that its color is more intense at the beginning of summer? This is due to a greater amount of rock flour from the surrounding mountains.
Emerald Lake is a favourite place for a summer trip. Bordered by the President Range Mountains, Burgess Mountain and Wapta Mountain, the Canadian region is home to many bird species, including eagles, fishing eagles and loons! You can also see squirrels, marmots and, if you're really lucky, maybe even a moose! What could be more original to celebrate Canada Day!
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Banff National Park: Admire the sunset and feel the breath of glaciers
All you need is one look to fall in love with this landscape of Canada. Watch the mountain peaks of the Rocky Mountains, turquoise waters, abundant wildlife, and postcard-worthy mountain towns and villages. These landscapes that will leave you without words. Banff National Park is the birthplace of Canada's national parks and is the flagship of all parks across the country. One more reason to visit it on Canada Day!
More than three million visitors visit each year; some choose hiking and cycling, others choose camping. There is no shortage of activities in this place which is recognized as one of the most beautiful natural scenery in the world. Banff is one of Canada's Rocky Mountains and Parks collectively listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. What to be proud of this breathtaking landscape!
Canada is the country of unspoiled open spaces. From coast to coast, it stretches over 5000 kilometres. It is full of beautiful landscapes that will blow you away! With family or friends, enjoy a privileged contact with nature to let the adventurer go within you. And don't forget to take your camera and binoculars; you might see a caribou or an eagle! Happy Canada Day!