From May, you will marvel at the forest and mountain landscape from several suspension bridges.
With new experiences around the world and around the world, the tourism industry is gradually rejuvenating Canada Give priority to work that can be done outdoors.
Open this May British Columbia Golden flyover: Marvel at the experience of forest and mountain landscape from the following aspects suspension bridge.
This bridge They are connected to the edges of the two mountains. They are located at heights of 130 and 80 meters and offer 360° panoramic views. Don’t forget to remember this lush paradise with your camera, it has a 61-meter waterfall, deep canyons and high mountains below.
Pursuit of President David Barry’s call for Canadians to visit British Columbia Enjoy a barrier-free mountain experience. When the Canadian government lifts the detention of foreigners, foreigners will be able to visit the destination. Travel restrictions.
In addition to climbing the suspension bridge, you can also practice travel on foot Three kilometers along the park.For those seeking more adrenaline, a swing will be provided Bungee jumping A zip line across the canyon in the place.
Golden flyover Located in the southeast British Columbia From Banff, it only takes 90 minutes. There are six mountain national parks in the area, where you will see unforgettable postcards.
This Banff National Park It is one of the most beautiful and protected attractions in the world.The province it is located in Alberta, CanadaBecause of its crystal clear water, the lake attracts tourists throughout the year.
You can go to visit Banff Golden flyover. You will be amazed by the views of the Canadian Rockies and glacier-fed waters. Many tourists compare the color of their waters with emeralds.
This Lago ice a It is fed by glaciers located in the valley of ten peaks. If the weather is fine, please pick up the camera to take a postcard landscape. The most famous lake is Louise, and its blue-green color is one of the most spectacular natural wonders in the country.
Banff’s vast forest is home to wildlife such as bears, elk, elk, wolves and bighorn sheep. Banff, founded in 1885, is the third largest park in the United States and the largest park in Canada. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Visitors can enjoy the park by hiking, skiing (in winter) or paddling on the lake (in summer).