The Canadian Rockies are heavily glaciated, giving them the look of sharp points as opposed to the American Rockies which are rounded. These jagged mountains are separated by valleys in “U” shapes and beautiful lakes that give them a very majestic look that one cannot see in other parts of the world.
Pacific Rim National Park
Baffin Island, which is located above the Arctic Circle, is a stark landscape which is still very much untouched by mankind. Wildlife is in abundance including whales, polar bears, arctic hares, wolves, seals, and sea birds. The only signs of human life are the Inuit villages that you may come upon occasionally which are occupied by families that have survived in this harsh environment for generations.
Old Quebec City
Old Quebec City is the pinnacle of old-world charm and is the only city north of Mexico where a fortified wall still exists. It was declared as a World Heritage site since 1985 by the UNESCO and in 1998 celebrated its 400th anniversary.