Originally posted by Sunset Online on June 18, 2018
The Canadian Rockies often elicit visions of the twin jewels of Alberta, Banff and Jasper National Parks, with their iconic sights such as Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, the Icefields Parkway, and more spots for the bucket list. However, if you keep driving west past these treasures, the Trans-Canada Highway crosses over into British Columbia where you’ll not only discover more outrageously gorgeous scenery and national parks, but also with far fewer crowds. And with the hospitable charms and amenities of the mountain town of Golden, B.C., you’ve got the perfect basecamp for outdoor adventures galore.
Experience National Park Wonders Without the Crowds
Get VIP Whitewater Rafting Treatment
Go on Casting Calls…for Trout
Befriend a Grizzly
Unwind in Style
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