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You Need To Visit This Enchanting Turquoise River Nestled Beneath The Rocky Mountains In Alberta

It's hard to believe this magical river actually exists. Embraced by rocky shores and lush trees, the turquoise waters of the Kananaskis River trickle through some of Canada's most stunning scenery. Alberta's Kananaskis river is a seriously stunning sight that reflects the Rock Mountains, and you're not going to want to look away.

There are several trails that run along the Kananaskis River, and you can find maps and other information on the Alberta Parks Website. The river is beautiful in all seasons, making this a great destination to visit more than once. 

If you're on the more adventurous side, you may want to give white water rafting a try. Chinook Rafting offers rides for all ages down the picturesque river. The journey typically takes 1.5-2 hours, and all rafting gear is provided. 

Another rather unique sport is gaining popularity around the river. Surfers are taking to the rapids to enjoy 'river surfing', an activity they partake in year round. Kananaskis River has been said to have the best 'inland wave' in the world, and surfers aren't hesitating to gear up and get in the water.

Whether you're coming to enjoy the views or whisk down the river in a raft, you're going to love the incredible Kananaskis River. You certainly won't get scenery like this anywhere else in the world!

Kananaskis River

Price: Free

Address: 909A Railway Ave Canmore, AB T1W 1P4

Why you need to go: Enjoy the stunning views of the Rocky Mountains reflected in this serene river!


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