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Banff National Park: Alberta, Canada
A photo excursion to Canada isn’t truly complete without visiting Banff, Canada’s oldest national park, which encompasses 2564 square miles in the Canadian Rockies. Azure lakes, vast areas of wilderness, and of course, the splendor of the Canadian Rockies are some of the many great attractions that await you at this beautiful destination.
Where To Stay
Castle Mountain Chalets, 800/661-1315, www.castlemountain.albertanetwork.com
Mountaineer Lodge, 403/522-3844, www.mountaineerlodge.com
The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, 800/257-7544, www.fairmont.com/lakelouise
Visiting Banff National Park
You’ll want to bring your wide-to-normal zoom (in the 24–55mm range) to encompass the lakes and striking mountainous scenery of the Rockies. If you have a long telephoto lens, you’ll want to use it to photograph the wildlife you’re likely to see.
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