It's now all too possible to cross Canada from the Atlantic coastline to the Pacific. From golden prairie fields to the jagged peaks of The Rockies, you can discover the country's rugged landscape from the comfort of a carriage on an unforgettable train ride.
This cordillera is a staggering 1,500 metres long, and you've got the best seat in the house.
At a majestic 3,954 metres of height, this is the highest peak of the Rockies.
This aptly named lake is a hotspot for seeing moose, and lying in Alberta, isn't far from the Rockies.
Another of the gems of the lake country, Yellowhead Lake flows into the upper Fraser River above Moose Lake.
Jasper National Park
This is the largest of the Canadian national parks in the heart of the Rockies. The landscapes are just as stunning in winter as in summer.