These are the most incredible lakes in Canada that everyone should get to see before they die.
Waterton Lakes is a beautiful national park nestled in the lower corner of Alberta on the border with Montana, where it shares the designation of International Peace Park with Glacier National Park.
One of the most moving places I’ve ever been, this gorgeous provincial park is nestled along the Milk River in southern Alberta.
One of Vancouver’s hidden treasures are the cliffs at Lions Bay in West Vancouver, a popular spot for thrill-seekers and adventurers.
I spent the May long weekend up in Whistler to take in the gorgeous sunshine and find a lake or two to jump in to!
All that I’ve seen all over Instagram in the last few weeks is brightly coloured photos of 2.5 million tulips out at the Tulip Festival, just past Abbotsford on the highway.
Known for its cowboys and stampedes, its cows and its weather, Calgary is a big city in western Alberta.