Canadian Rocky Mountains - Uvanu International

The Rocky Mountains of Canada, popularly known as “The Rockies” or “Canadian Rocky Mountains” are located along the border between British Columbia (BC) and Alberta (AB), owns spectacular Natural Parks, such as Kootenay National Park, Jasper National Park, Yoho National Park and Banff National Park.

This system of mountainous ranges extends from the western sector of North America to the southwestern United States in New Mexico, with its highest peak in Colorado (Mount Elbert, 4401 m.)

The Rockies have significant mineral reserves of gold, copper, zinc, silver, oil, and coal. In addition to this, its size gives rise to high mountain meadows, sheep farming, cereal and potato crops, endless highways, railroad tracks, dreamy viewpoints, spectacular lakes, mountain resorts and ski resorts that make the Canadian Rockies a unique place in the world.

The central nucleus of the rocky system is formed by crystalline rocks and lateral formations of sedimentary rocks. Its formation goes back to the Cenozoic orogeny and presents volcanic phenomena.

What to visit in the Rockies?

  • Banff National Park, AB

  • Emerald Lake

  • Lake Louis

  • Yoho National Park

  • Takakkaw Falls

The Rocky Mountains of Canada have beautiful landscapes, unique in the world. You can appreciate and experience the stunning natural beauty at every change of season.

If you would like to visit these spectacular places on an organized visit, with young people and students from all over the world, Discover Canada Tours has travel packages throughout the year at irresistible prices!

“At each of the four seasons, get ready to experience the stunning natural beauty of the Rocky Mountains and the surrounding parks.

Observe how the flowers and trees that come to life in the spring bloom along with the cascades of power that form from the melting snow in the mountains.

In summer, you can see impressive glaciers, turquoise lakes and a beautiful wildlife that can only be seen on this side of the world.

As the temperature begins to cool, see the picturesque colors of the trees that turn from soft green to golden yellow in autumn.

As winter approaches, nature seems to freeze in time with frozen lakes and frozen waterfalls along with a layer of snow throughout the area. ” Discover Canada Tours.

If you decide to travel with Discover Canada Tours you won’t regret. The packs they offer, usually include transfers, accommodation, and meals. You can save time and money, as you travel in a group in which a guide shows you the attractions and fun facts about the visited areas.

For instance, the 4-day trip to the Rocky Mountains starts from Canada Place in Vancouver. And … the adventure begins!

During the trip, the Discover Canada Tours guide tells trivia about the different points of interest along the way. Stops are made at the most popular locations and places, for example, Banff, Lake Louise, Emerald Lake …

In this type of trips, you will meet people from all over the world. So,  It is a good opportunity to practice English!

If you cannot wait to go to the Canadian Rockies, email us at and book your trip to the Rockies with Discover Canada Tours! Give wings to your adventurer side and explore a unique place in the world!


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