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Canada’s Most Beautiful National Parks, Ranked

Rocky Mountains | © Canadian Tourism Commission
Rocky Mountains | © Canadian Tourism Commission
The diversity and vastness of the Canadian landscape offer a wide array of gorgeous scenery and experiences. From the Rocky Mountains to Arctic glaciers, the country’s parks serve up non-stop eye candy. Grab your camera and start planning your adventure!

8. Grasslands National Park, Saskatchewan

Who knew wide-open space could be so gorgeous? At Saskatchewan’s Grasslands National Park, you won’t find mountains, ocean, or forest—the usual scenic jaw-droppers. Instead, you’ll find prairie fields as far as the eye can see. Enjoy the stark beauty of the prairies while you watch bison, prairie dogs, and antelope roam through the grasslands.

Grasslands National Park, Highway #4, Val Marie, SK, Canada, +1 306 298 2257

Grasslands National Park Tourism Saskatchewan Chris Hendrickson

Grasslands National Park | © Tourism Saskatchewan / Chris Hendrickson

5. Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Nova Scotia

Cape Breton has repeatedly been ranked as one of the best islands in the world, and there’s no better place to experience its natural beauty than with a visit to the Cape Breton Highlands National Park. Located along the famous Cabot Trail, the park offers a stunning combination of rolling highlands, forests, and ocean views.

Cape Breton Highlands National Park, NS, Canada, +1 902 224 2306

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Cape Breton Highlands | © Nova Scotia Tourism

Sirmilik National Park, Nunavut

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Sirmilik National Park
Sirmilik National Park | © Nunavut Tourism / Hans Pfaff
A visit to Canada’s Arctic is a truly unforgettable experience. One of the best ways to take in the breathtaking scenery is through one of the area’s National Parks, and Nunavut’s Sirmilik is our top pick. It’s one of the most diverse ecosystems in the Arctic and home to glaciers, mountains, icebergs, Narwhal whales, polar bears, and so much more.
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Banff National Park, Alberta

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Winter at Lake Louise
Winter at Lake Louise | © Inger Eriksen / Shutterstock
There’s a reason why Banff is packed with tourists year-round—it is undoubtedly one of the most stunning places in all of Canada, if not the world. From the towering rocky mountains to the aqua blue lakes, the scenery here is absolutely unsurpassed.
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