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Banff Gondola is a cable car experience in Banff National Park, Canada. The gondola transports visitors high up, towards the summit of Sulphur Mountain. At the top of the gondola ride, visitors can enjoy interactive experiences at the Above Banff Interpretive Centre and Theatre, as well as restaurants and various hiking trails.
Johnston Canyon is one of the most popular natural attractions in Banff National Park. It features dramatic canyon walls, waterfalls, and the deep blue pools of Johnston Creek. Get back to nature in the lush forest surroundings and walk along easily accessible trails. It's ideal for families and people of all fitness levels.
With nine ski lifts, 145 runs, and a host of other outdoor activities, the Lake Louise Ski Resort is one of Banff National Park's greatest treats. If you've got a real love for winter sports, then you won't run out of routes no matter how skilled you are – there's an impressive 43 double black diamonds to speed down! Make sure to ride the resort's sightseeing gondola for the chance to see glaciers and native wildlife.
Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary is located in Alberta, Canada. The sanctuary provides a safe haven for the beautiful and often misunderstood wolfdogs, and educates visitors on wolf conservation. Learn about (and maybe even hear!) pack howls, find out what scent rolling is, and much more, through self-guided tours, introductory sessions with experts, and other activities.
Studio Bell, home of the National Music Centre, is home to a number of exciting exhibits on Canadian music history. There are sound stages, hands-on instrument areas and various concerts are held regularly. The changing exhibitions are also well worth a trip. It is located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Heritage Park Historical Village first opened its gates on July 1, 1964. Since then it has grown into one of Calgary’s premier tourist attractions and one of North America’s largest and most successful living history museums. Throughout the year, there's the opportunity to interact with nearly 100 years of history. Heritage Park’s exhibits span the early 1860s fur trade to the petroleum and automobile-dominated 1950s. It's the Park’s mission to preserve the history of the early West and to educate and entertain guests of all ages for many generations to come.
The BC Wildlife Park is a non-profit organization and registered charity located in Kamloops, British Columbia. The park is home to nearly 200 animals and 65 different species that are native to British Columbia, including cougars, bears, wolves, reptiles, birds of prey, and the only Kermode bear in human care in the world. Many of the animals at the park have been rescued or were orphaned and are unable to survive on their own in the wild. The BC Wildlife Park is an accredited facility in Canada, by Canada's Accredited Zoos and Aquariums (CAZA). The park also operates the Fawcett Family Wildlife Health Centre, which is dedicated to the rehabilitation of orphaned and injured wildlife. As the only full-service wildlife rehabilitation centre in the Southern Interior, the health centre accepts between over 400 animals annually from all over British Columbia.
The Sea to Sky Gondola is a cable car in British Columbia, Canada, which whisks passengers 885 meters up the mountainside in 10 minutes. From up there, visitors can enjoy the breathtaking views over the fjords of Howe Sound, Shannon Falls, and the Pacific Coast Mountains.
Ziptrek Ecotours is a global leader in zipline-based, adventure ecotourism that adheres to strict safety protocols. Ziptrek’s flagship location in Whistler, Canada first brought prominence to ziplining in North America.