Premiere Park Properties:
Glacier National Park is often referred to as the Crown Jewel of the Continent. Glacier is quite a diverse park with more than a million acres of protected territory much of which is accessible only by foot or horseback.
Bordering Glacier National Park in the United States, Waterton Lakes provides a breathtaking extension to Glacier. Named for the Waterton Lakes, the deepest in the Canadian Rockies, the park is home to the unparalleled Prince of Wales Hotel.
Banff National Park continues to please visitors from the world over with its stunning rocky mountain views and beautiful lakes. The town of Banff and its amenities is world renown for its stunning location in the park.
Lake Louise, located in Banff National Park inside the Canadian Rockies, is known for its turquoise-colored and glacier-fed lake surrounded by mountain peaks and overlooked by its stately chateau: The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise.
The rugged forests and towering mountain peaks of Alberta are home to Canada's largest national park: Jasper National Park. The quaint town of Jasper resides in the heart of northernmost parts of the Canadian Rockies.