Our family likes to see the Unesco world heritage sites when we travel. Last year we decided to stick closer to home and see the ones in AB including (Waterton Glacier International Peace Park, Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks, Dinosaur Provincial Park, and Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump). They were so amazing we decided to plan 3 camping trips for Canada’s 150. First on the Canada day long weekend we camped in the Waterton townsite campground. We even participated in the parade and did several wonderful hikes along with geocaching in the park. Our second trip involved a 1 week stay at Pacific Rim campground which is a part of a protected Unesco biosphere reserve. We hiked through rainforests and on the wonderful beaches, as well as, did several of the interpretive programs including tracking wolves and seeing the tidal pools. Our last camping trip was Lake Louise where we also hiked to beautiful lakes including Morraine Lake, Peyto Lake, Lake Louise and Agnes Lake. We also took a bus tour at the Columbia Icefields and walked on the Athabasca glacier.
Jason S – Triovest