The Bow River is a major river that flows 587 km through Alberta, fed by the Bow Glacier in the Canadian Rockies. Native peoples have long settled along the river and benefited from its waters. The name of the river comes from the reeds that grow along its banks, which they used to make bows. Even today, the river continues to enrich people's lives as a source of drinking water and agricultural water. You can experience its beauty through canoeing and fishing.
Banff National Park
Banff National Park in Alberta was the first national park in Canada established in 1887 to protect the spectacular natural beauty of the Canadian Rockies. The scenery is breathtaking, with the snow-capped ridges of the Rocky Mountains reflected in an emerald green glacial lake surrounded by thick green coniferous forests. It has become a major resort area where travelers from all over the world come to enjoy the charm of nature.