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Anthony Carlile

Banff National Park

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For me Banff National Park has the highest number of "must-sees" in this part of Canada, so if you are short on time you should concentrate your efforts here, and if you have time you should explore this national park in depth.

Lake Louise

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Lake Louise

The photos you take here are some of the most iconic photos you will take in all of Canada. The lake here is beautiful, and has on it a very famous hotel - The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise.

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The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise  

This hotel has a lot of history, and has had many famous guests over the years, including Queen Elizabeth II. Staying at the hotel would be an expensive addition to your trip, but if you can I highly recommend it! The hotel's decor will take you back in time, the rooms are all very nice, and their cocktails are incredible!

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The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise

If you can't afford the hotel, there are cheaper options around, meaning you can still enjoy the hotel's grounds and the lake. 

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Me on Lake Louise

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Me hiking Lake Louise

Moraine Lake 

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Me at Moraine Lake

Moraine Lake is very close to Lake Louise, and is another beautiful lake in Banff National Park. Stop here for a quick stop or for a hike. 

Bow Lake

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Bow Lake

Bow Lake is a great stop if you get chance. The mirrored water here makes for amazing photos.

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Me at Bow Lake

Peyto Lake

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Peyto Lake

Peyto Lake is a place of outstanding natural beauty. Photographs of the lake are quite famous, so you may recognise it.  

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Peyto Lake

There is a small hike from the car park to the viewing platform for the lake, but it is definitely worth the walk. The walk isn't that steep either, so should be fine for most people. 

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Me at Peyto Lake

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