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Columbia Icefield Tour & Glacier Skywalk

Walk on the Glass-Bottom Glacier Skywalk and tour the Athabasca Glacier in the Rugged Ice Explorer Vehicle from the Icefield Glacier Discovery Centre.

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Banff is Canada's most visited National Park. Banff's towering peaks and beautiful meadows make it among Canada's most incredible holiday areas. Book Banff National Park's Popular Activities and Attractions.

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Canadian Rockies Boat Cruise

Maligne Lake Boat Cruise

This fully narrated cruise takes you along Maligne Lake, the largest glacially fed lake in the Canadian Rockies, part of the UNESCO-listed Jasper National Park.

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Rivers in Canada's Rockies


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Rivers in Canada's Rockies

Prominent rivers in Canada's Rockies known for their scenic beauty and ecological significance. Canadian Rockies rivers play a crucial role in shaping the landscape, providing water resources, and supporting diverse ecosystems.

Athabasca River

The Athabasca River is one of the major rivers in the Canadian Rockies. It originates from the Columbia Icefield in Jasper National Park and flows northeastward through Alberta and into the Athabasca Oil Sands before eventually joining the Peace River.

North Saskatchewan River

The North Saskatchewan River has its headwaters in the Canadian Rockies, specifically in the Columbia Icefield. It flows eastward through Alberta, passing through Edmonton, before eventually joining the Saskatchewan River.

Bow River

The Bow River originates in the Canadian Rockies near Bow Lake in Banff National Park. It flows through Calgary, Alberta, and joins the South Saskatchewan River near Medicine Hat.

Fraser River

Although primarily located in British Columbia, the Fraser River has its source in the Canadian Rockies near Mount Robson. It flows westward through the Fraser Valley, passing through Vancouver, before reaching the Pacific Ocean.

Columbia River

The Columbia River has its headwaters in Columbia Lake, which is located in the Canadian Rockies in southeastern British Columbia. It flows southward into the United States, forming part of the border between British Columbia and Alberta.

Kootenay River

The Kootenay River begins in the Canadian Rockies in British Columbia. It flows southward, passing through Kootenay National Park and merging with the Columbia River in the United States.

Peace River

Not entirely located in the Canadian Rockies, the Peace River does have tributaries that originate in the Canadian Rockies. It flows through northern British Columbia and Alberta, eventually joining the Slave River and forming part of the Mackenzie River system.

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