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IgoeWhereUGo: Banff, Alberta

Canada: the world’s second largest landmass known for its superior maple syrup production, exceptional hockey players, and people who unnecessarily apologize. Although I have always wanted to snowboard Whistler and Big White, I have never really known the beauty Canada had to offer. Lately I have been stumbling on pictures of Banff, Alberta and I now understand why it’s home to one of the top national parks in the world.

From scuba diving, snow-shoeing, canoeing, or just reveling in the gorgeous mountain scenery, Banff offers activities for virtually everyone.

Priority to do items would include the Upper Hot Springs,  Lake Minnewanka (not just because I’m fond of the name), snowboard Sunshine Village,  and of course check out Kingmik Dogselding (although I will feel like a dick having a dog pull my ass around).

Some of the pictures I have been finding literally look fake. It’s absolutely beautiful!

Photo Credit: Paul Zizka Photography
Photo Credit: Paul Zizka Photography
Traveling Canucks
Photo Credit: Traveling Canucks
Banff Alberta Wedding Elopement
Photo Credit: Sean Carr Photography
Best Western Siding29
Photo Credit: Best Western Siding29
Photo Credit: Banff National Park
Photo Credit: Banff National Park
www.albertaeh.ca
Photo Credit: http://www.albertaeh.ca
The Constant Rambler
Photo Credit: The Constant Rambler
Traveling Canucks
Photo Credit: Traveling Canucks
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Photo Credit: Nonstop Snow

My roomates and I need to recreate this pic!!!

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Photo Credit: Travel Alberta

 

ONE DAY!!

K

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