If you love to explore by foot then Canada is home to many hiking trails to suit all walking abilities. One walk you must do when you’re in Lake Louise is to walk across the frozen lake during winter. For those with more time on their hands, then a hike to the Lake Agnes Tea House is a must during the warmer months. Not only will you be rewarded with stunning views at the top, but you can also enjoy a mug of steaming tea from a choice of 100 different types of loose leaf tea. Be sure to refill with a delicious sandwich and soup or a slice of cake.
In Jasper, you can also walk across the frozen Lake Beauvert at the Jasper Park Lodge, whilst in Whistler, take a leisurely walk along the Lost Lake trail, starting in Whistler village, bringing you to a small pretty lake, with views of Blackcomb and Whistler Mountains along the way.