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Canmore, AlbertaCanmoreAlbertaThe Bow River in Canmore, Alberta, on a Fall day. #Canmore #fall #Alberta #NatureThe Rocks Provincial Park, New Brunswick, CanadaThe Rocks Provincial ParkNew Brunswick, CanadaThe Bay of Fundy has the highest tidal range in the world, exposing the fantastic Hopewell RocksWhistler, British ColumbiaWhistlerBritish ColumbiaVentured up 2,400 + feet to walk on the new Peek Suspension Bridge on Whistler Blackcomb Mountain. Just completed a few weeks ago I had the...Othello Tunnels, British Columbia, CanadaOthello TunnelsBritish Columbia, CanadaOthello Tunnels, early 1900’s railway tunnels built through a granite mountain. Easy 3.5km hike through trees, rivers and dark tunnels.Moraine Lake, Alberta, CanadaMoraine LakeAlberta, CanadaStop here first as they close the road when the parking lot is full. It was beautiful. Climb the rock pile to get an even better view.Totem poles, Vancouver, British ColumbiaTotem polesVancouver, British ColumbiaVery cool totem poles in Stanley park! Was sort of had for me to find, but if you’re going to the park they are a must see!Johnston Canyon, Lower Falls, Alberta, CanadaJohnston Canyon, Lower FallsAlberta, CanadaJohnston Canyon is one of the most popular day hikes in Banff National Park. It’s fairly easy, making it perfect for families and people of almost...Peyto Lake, Alberta, CanadaPeyto LakeAlberta, CanadaIs Peyto Lake really that blue? Yes it is! Those amazing postcard pictures you see are not enhanced. In fact, it could be said that this is one of...Stanley Park, Vancouver, British ColumbiaStanley ParkVancouver, British ColumbiaStanley park...must do travel, in Vancouver. #lifeatexpediaOlympic Cauldron, Vancouver, British ColumbiaOlympic CauldronVancouver, British ColumbiaThe Olympic Cauldron for the 2010 Winter Olympics occasionally gets lit for special events. This was a few years ago and I can't remember why it...Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, Vancouver, British ColumbiaDr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese GardenVancouver, British ColumbiaThese gardens are an oasis of calm in the otherwise bustling Chinatown in Vancouver. Built to promote understanding between the peoples of China &...Vancouver Chinatown, Vancouver, British ColumbiaVancouver ChinatownVancouver, British ColumbiaThe entrance to Vancouver's large Chinatown.Gastown, Vancouver, British ColumbiaGastownVancouver, British ColumbiaGastown, the area of Vancouver named after "Gassy" Jack, a seaman from Yorkshire, England who opened the first saloon here in 1867.Steam Clock, Vancouver, British ColumbiaSteam ClockVancouver, British ColumbiaEverybody takes photos of the Steam Clock. This was taken just before we witnessed a woman attempting to steal a man's wallet. Message - hang on to...Vancouver, British ColumbiaVancouverBritish ColumbiaPanorama of Vancouver skyline sparkling at 5am on a summer morning.False Creek Ferries, Vancouver, British ColumbiaFalse Creek FerriesVancouver, British ColumbiaTake these little ferries to cross False Creek to Granville Island with it's markets, eateries & it's brewery!Lynn Canyon Park, British Columbia, CanadaLynn Canyon ParkBritish Columbia, CanadaLynn Canyon Suspension Bridge in North Vancouver is not as high as the more famous Capilano Suspension Bridge but it is in a park with beautiful...Treetops Adventure, West Vancouver, British ColumbiaTreetops AdventureWest Vancouver, British ColumbiaTreetops Adventure in Capital Suspension Bridge Park is a series of seven suspension bridges attached to eight 250 year old Douglas-firs. Built in...Capilano Suspension Bridge, British Columbia, CanadaCapilano Suspension BridgeBritish Columbia, CanadaThe Capilano Suspension Bridge crosses the Capilano River in North Vancouver, Canada. The current bridge is 140 metres long and 70 metres above the...The Drop, Vancouver, British ColumbiaThe DropVancouver, British ColumbiaThe Drop is a steel sculpture resembling a raindrop. The 65-foot (20 m) tall piece has a steel core covered with Styrofoam and blue polyurethane....
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