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Western Canada is a place that puts the great in the Great Outdoors, itís a place where astounding views greet you every day; itís a place where wildlife abounds, where the opportunity for adventure is unremitting and, itís a place where even the cities are pretty special too.
Surrounded by mountains and the Pacific Ocean, the beautiful city of Vancouver in the province of British Columbia has wonderful attractions, restaurants, nightlife and shopping. A ferry ride away is Vancouver Island and its capital Victoria, which has a quaint English feel and delightful old-world charm.<.p>
The province of Alberta is undoubtedly one of the most striking places on earth. Stretching along Albertaís western border, the Canadian Rockies contain a network of protected national parks that have collectively been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Highlights include Banff and Jasper National Parks, with their dramatic high mountains, glaciers and untamed scenery. No trip to the region would be complete without a visit to Lake Louise, whose landscape of deep green lake and snow-capped peaks is all you can imagine.
The iconic Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise is a year-round resort nestled deep within Banff National Park.More details and photo gallery
This magnificent Scottish baronial castle-style hotel stands in the heart of Banff National ParkMore details and photo gallery
Within the unique world of rail travel, the privately owned Rocky Mountaineer is so much more than just a train.More details and photo gallery
Located in the heart of the historic port and financial district with unobstructed views of the North Shore Mountains, Stanley Park and Coal Harbour.More details and photo gallery
In a region so rich in majestic scenery, national parks and delightful cities, the touring options in Western Canada are extensive.More details and photo gallery