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Banff Beat Some Seriously Iconic Global Destinations In A 'Best Places To Visit' Ranking

Better luck next time, Great Barrier Reef.

If you're looking for can't-miss travel destinations, you'd be remiss not to look right here in Canada before you set your sights on a more global scale. A ranking of the 30 best places to visit in the world has been released by U.S. News and Banff, Alberta, made the cut.

It's no secret that the Alberta mountain town is worth the trip, and people travel from around the world to see the awe-inspiring alpine terrain for themselves.

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You've Never Really Been To Banff Unless You've Hit Up These 9 Iconic Landmarks

Bucket list energy.

We can all agree the Rocky Mountains deserve a spot on every Canadian bucket list. But it can be hard to determine what you need to do and see while you're there. 

We've rounded up a list of things to see in Banff and nearby that are basically a rite of passage for visiting the area. If you've checked off all or most of these places on your list, you can pride yourself on knowing that you've hit up the most iconic spots around. 

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This Alberta Spot Is The Closest Thing To Canada's Christmas Town & It's Straight Up Magic

You know where we'll be this Christmas. 📍🎄

If you've been on the hunt for a Christmas Town in Canada, look no further. 

Banff, Alberta absolutely explodes with Christmas spirit every year and it will warm your heart on even the coldest of days.

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You Can Camp Overnight Right Next To This Emerald Lake In Alberta (PHOTOS)

These morning views are goals.

There’s literally nothing better than waking up to the crisp morning air in a tent next to the water. The wonderful part is, we don’t have to travel across Canada to fulfill this fantasy. Taylor Lake in Alberta is the ultimate camping spot that'll have you waking up next to an emerald blue lake. It’s time to start packing your bags. Well, backpacks. You need to do a little bit of hiking.  

Hidden in the Rocky Mountains is a quaint little camping and hiking spot that needs to be added to that bucket list of yours. 

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