Banff national park
When it comes to beauty on earth then Canada stands out as one o the most serene and sensational countries that has absolutely magical geographical features on natural views and landscapes. Located in the province of Alberta in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, it covers an area of 2,564 square miles; it has fantastic features of valleys, mountains, glaciers, forests, meadows, rivers and some of the world’s premier beauty spots; which serve as one of the factors of attracting a huge amount of tourists and local visitors.
It has greenery and forests that have special innate colored leaves that flaunt some of the best views any national park tends to exhibit. Banff national park is one of the state run parks of Canada that has extremely enticing sights of land and horizons that tend to entertain the incoming visitors with their fantasy look of the far fletched parameters of the recreational land. The richness of the park stands on the fecund vegetation and the deep waters of fabulous lakes and other water bodies. The tranquil environment and the maintenance and preservation have enhanced the grace of this public service park and offered people some of the best entertaining and toying activities amidst some if the best experiences one may find.
Banff national park is the outcome of the effort of three railway construction workers who discovered the area of caved hot spring waters in 1883 from where this park went under deliberate human efforts and was honed out as one of the most fascinating parks of Canada. Apart from the sensational backdrops of the Banff national park, the presence of wildlife is always a treat of national parks which according to regions have rare and distinct species of preserved animal and birdlife.
They are some of the most exciting activities while venturing out in the park in the mountain and water regions. The region is known for offering homes to animals like Elk, bears, woodland Caribou, wolverine, lynx, amphibians, reptiles and fish. [codepeople-post-map] also has a very rich chronological treasure with many historic sites such as the Banff national park museum, Cave and basin, Abbot refuge cabin, Howse pass, Sulphur, boating areas, Mountain cosmic ray station etc.
several major highways such as the trans-Canada highway that runs from Calgary into the park, Icefield parkway and the Radium/ Invernere highway which tend o provide access to the hot springs which are some of the best locations for visiting.