Icefields Parkway is lined with more than 100 ancient glaciers, waterfalls, natural rock walls, lakes, and is about 232kms! Stretching from Jasper to Lake Louise, you will be able to hike for miles in this breathtaking parkway. Home to wildlife creatures such as, bears, bighorn sheep and more. You can hike on your own or you can take a guided tour of Lake Louise and Jasper in their “Roam the Rockies Tour.”
For more information visit: www.icefieldsparkway.com
Stanley Park is Vancouvers first and largest urban park! Home to an abundance of wildlife and greenery, you can explore 400-hectares of land, including hiking and biking trails, as well as trails by the lake. Stanley Park is also home to the famous Seawall which you can cycle alongside for 8.8km! As the snow falls this winter, bundle up, and hike on!
For more information visit: http://vancouver.ca/parks-recreation-culture/stanley-park.aspx
Queenston Heights is a lovely historic park that sits atop the Niagara Escarpment (which is the birthplace of Niagara Falls). Its an amazing park for nature lovers, whether you enjoy taking hikes, having picnics, or taking a stroll through the gardens. Queenston Heights also features an intimate, elegant restaurant setting which overlooks the miraculous views of the Niagara River!
To find out more information about Queenston Heights visit: http://www.niagaraparks.com/niagara-falls-attractions/queenston-heights.html