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Sorcerer Lodge is a remote backcountry lodge which is located in the stunning Selkirk Mountain Range. Here skiers wi...
If you're looking for a terrific natural destination to enjoy during your Canadian sojourn, then the Glacier National Park is the landmark for you. The Glacier National Park is one of 7 such parks located in British Columbia and is part of an extensive and elaborate system of 43 reserves and parks across Canada.
The Glacier Park is of pivotal importance as it helps protect a portion of the majestic Columbia mountains and also contains the Rogers Pass National Historic Centre, which itself played a key role in the construction and development of Canada's first major national transportation network. Besides these historically important functions, the Glacier National Park is indeed a supreme tribute to Mother Nature. Over 400 iced glacier sculptures continue to pierce the landscape of the park feeding an endless supply of clear streams, culminating in a stunning ice paradise. The rugged and ominous terrain really ignites the idea of adventure and adrenaline with numerous activities on offer to get the blood pumping. Enjoy winter leisure pursuits such as snowmobiles, snowshoeing, alpine skiing, and of course the popular pastime of ice fishing. There are two outstanding campsites within the national park, which provides terrific camping and offers awesome hiking opportunities along some of the best mountain trails found anywhere in Canada.
primitive like outback makes it easy to forget any kind of modern intrusions exist around and with the fresh crisp air filling your lungs and magnificent scenery overwhelming you, the Glacier National Park is truly one of the most dramatic and scintillating natural spectacles found anywhere in the world.