Located in Jasper National Park, Athabasca Falls is a Class 5 waterfall, dropping 84 feet and is 60 feet wide.
Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada
Jasper National Park is 11,000 square kilometeres of natural beauty and wonder. Home to several species of wildlife, the forests and trail systems here have something to offer everyone.
The first rays of early morning softly light up the fresh snow on the Rocky Mountains, Peter Lougheed National Park, Canada.
There is a special time just moments before dawn called The Blue Hour. The whole landscape takes on varying shades of blue hues, soft and enchanting. Bow Lake in Banff National Park shows off her "Blue Hour" in this image.
Located in the Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, Kananaskis Lake is a man made hydro lake. With the Rocky Mountains as a backdrop, the morning light spreads softly across the fresh snow.
Mount Rundle stands proudly over Vermillion Lakes in Banff National Park. An iconic symbol seen from the towns of Banff and Canmore, Mount Rundle is one of seven peaks in the South Banff Ranges.
Spray Valley Provincial Park is part of the Kananaskis Country park system. Stunning in its scenery and diversity this area offers a number out outdoor activities for all fitness levels.
This particular type of moss turns beautiful shades of gold and orange in the fall. Kootenay National Park is host to mountain rivers, hot springs, canyons and waterfalls.
The Rocky Mountains rise majestically, showing off their splendor with dramatic skies and cloud formations.
This snowstorm is lit dramatically by the first rays of sun to rise in the Rocky Mountains of Peter Lougheed Provincial Park.
Silverhorn Mountain in Banff National Park rises majestically above the landscape, backlit with stunning blue skies and dramatic cloud formations.
Located in Spray Valley Provincial Park in Alberta, Canada, Mount Buller is named after Lt. - Col. Herbert Cecil Buller who served during the first Wold War.