Leanchoil Hoodoos: Yoho National Park is also home to these strange structures that look like smaller versions of the tall, layered rocks you find in the Utah desert. They form when sedimentary rock erodes beneath harder stone.
Haida Gwaii: This string of islands off B.C.’s northwest coast is notable for its diversity of plant and animal species, some of which can’t be found anywhere else. Humpback whales, orcas, dolphins, puffins and many more animals have been spotted in the region.
Magnificent Nature - Pristine Canadian Alpine Victoria Lake (more like a small pond) reflecting Ringrose Peak and can be seen along the Lake Oesa trail in the Lake O'Hara region of Yoho National Park, BC.