Canadian skiers headed for Alberta ski resorts Lake Louise, Sunshine, and Mount Norquay, will find themselves in the midst of Banff, Canada’s oldest national park.
Established in 1885, this park is not only home to three generously-sized ski resorts, but also more than 1,000 glaciers, more than 6,000 square kilometres of mountainous terrain, and Canada’s largest cave system.
The site Roadtrippers.com has published a breathtaking timelapse of scenes in this UNESCO World Heritage site. Says Roadtripper:
“This stunning timelapse captures the rugged and unspoiled beauty of this world wonder.”