Adventure in the Canadian Rockies (part 4/4)

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When I planned a trip to the national parks of Alberta and British Columbia, in Canada, I was expecting scenic views and awesome hiking trails. But regardless of my expectations, what I found was… Beyond words. So many miles of flawless landscape that seemed barely real. The deep notion of being in intimate contact with nature, by the silent sound of forests, the soothing noise of waterfalls, the chilly breeze from glaciers or the sweet scent of pine-trees. As I moved forward, I let go of expectations and simply enjoyed the wonders of each day.

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It’s true that not two experiences are the same, but in the next four articles I share with you 8 days of my favorite hikes in the region. Maybe they can be the starting point for your own Canadian Rockies adventure 😉

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Day 7

Mount Robson Provincial Park

The trail unfolds along a river that comes from the lake, and it’s very scenic and smooth. The view of Kinney lake is really something remarkable… The colors are so pure that they barely seem real.

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Day 8

Jasper National Park

This trail starts at the gorge of Maligne canyon. Another impressive natural feature carved by the the water in the rocks. This trail is quite touristy. It follows down the river, crossing 6 scenic wooden bridges that are very well signed along the way. The color of the river water and the strength of the rapids didn’t cease to amaze me.

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