Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada Absolutely Beautiful!! I want to go to Canada!

Canada 2010 - Banff & Jasper Parks Reflections This is such a lovely picture of the parks.the colours seem almost unreal

Colorful canoes on Moraine Lake at Banff National Park in the Canadian Rockies of Alberta, Canada • photo: JD Colourful Lyte on Flickr

Every photo I've seen of Banff is almost unbelievable. What incredible majesty and beauty! --- a~~Moraine Canoes ~ Moraine Lake, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada by JD Colourful Lyte~~

Pink! ... result of heavy rains stirring up sediment called argolite | Cameron Falls, Canada

Nope this isn't photoshop, this pink waterfall is 100% real

Cameron Falls Alberta, Canada Incredibly rare moment: a waterfall turned tomato soup red. The red coloring of the water is a result of heavy rainfall washing sediment (with large quantities of argolite) into the river.

Northern lights - a miracle of nature. Churchill, Manitoba, Canada. The 10 Most Beautiful Towns in Canada on TheCultureTrip.com. Click the image to find out what Canadian towns you shouldn't miss.

The 10 Most Beautiful Towns in Canada

Hidden lagoon in....Canada?? (Athabasca Falls... been there, love it!!) In Jasper.

Maligne Canyon, Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada [Jasper is breathtaking. Maligne Lake & Athabasca Falls are both a must see. My visits always land during summer.I'd love to visit in Winter or Fall season one of these days]

Frozen Bubbles, Abraham Lake, Alberta, Canada Bubbles trapped and frozen under a thick layer of ice creating a glass type feel to the frozen lake.

50 Most Pinned Awe-Inspiring Travel Spots

Frozen Bubbles, Abraham Lake, Alberta, Canada Bubbles trapped and frozen under a thick layer of ice creating a glass type feel to the frozen lake - photo by Paul Christian Bowman

Montreal's Notre Dame Basilica- built 1824 Gothic style

Top 10 Destinations You Must Visit In Canada

Notre Dame Basilica in One of the most beautiful churches I've ever seen. Notre Dame Basilica in One of the most beautiful churches I've ever seen. Notre Dame Basilica in One of the most beautiful churches I've ever seen.

33 Things Americans Should Know About Canada. Seriously. Educate yourselves, it's just polite

33 Things Americans Should Know About Canada. Seriously.

33 Things Americans Should Know About Canada. I'm a Canadian and I say "zee". In Churchill (Manitoba) you do see a lot of polar bears and school sometimes has to be canceled because of polar bears

Easy Homemade Beaver Tails - just like the ones you buy on the Canal!!

Beaver Tails: a treat when at Canada& Wonderland or while skating on the Rideau Canal. Now here& step by step instructions for Easy Homemade Beaver Tails!

Make 1-ingredient Maple Syrup Snow Candy in your own backyard in 3 simple steps!  A Canadian Winter tradition!  As fun to make as it is to eat! - Happy Hooligans

How to Make Maple Syrup Snow Candy - 3 Simple Steps

March - Maple Syrup Unit Study - Make Maple Syrup Snow Candy in your own backyard in 3 simple steps! A Canadian Winter tradition! As fun to make as it is to eat!

CN Tower, Toronto (Canada) - fabulous view from the top that I'm still talking about, loved Toronto city.

The 10 Cities You'll Be Talking About In 2015

Lake Bennett, Canada:

Lake Bennett, Canada - looks similar to Lake Matheson in New Zealand!

I do not get cold, so maybe I should live in Canada. That clothing/weather schedule would suit me well.

Funny pictures about Weather in Canada. Oh, and cool pics about Weather in Canada. Also, Weather in Canada.

simple as that: Canada Day inspiration: 25 DIY ideas, crafts, printables and recipes for July 1st

Canada Day inspiration: 25 DIY ideas, crafts, printables and recipes for July 1st

Canadian Moose Droppings – Maple Cinnamon Roasted Almonds

Canadian Moose Droppings – Maple Cinnamon Roasted Almonds

Canadian Moose Droppings – Maple Cinnamon Roasted candied Almonds I rolled these in sugar before they hardened all the way.

The "Canada 150" Tulip, created in honour of Canada's 150th birthday in 2017 <3

“CANADA TULIP - Presented in Ottawa, May 2016 A new tulip, bred to resemble the Canadian flag to commemorate the upcoming 2017 celebrations, Canada’s official birthday tulip.

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