We get it, Alberta. You’re stunning. Whatever. I mean, with its mountain-filled tourist destination of Banff and the beautiful buildings scattered across Calgary, Alberta is a total and complete Canadian stud (sorry, Trudeau).\nWhile this Western province is commonly on display for postcards advertising our country's tourism, there might be one destination that you’re not exactly aware of. Nestled in Jasper National Park, within the Canadian Rockies, the beauty and charm of Athabasca Falls is one that you need to add to your bucket list this spring.\nREAD ALSO: These Bright Turquoise Hot Springs Are Hidden Inside A Cave In Canada And It’s So Magical\nView this post on Instagram It’s all about how you look at things. Tragedy could strike two people. One sees the circumstance as a debilitating roadblock in the way to reaching happiness, success, or whatever it is they want in life. The other could feel the same pain, but instead interpret it as fuel to go further than ever before. They see it as unique insight that will empower them to reach others in a profound way down the road. I want to leave you with this thought. We are given the choice to interpret life how we wish. The label we put on our experience becomes our reality. @expensify #Expensifythis #poweredbyexpensify A post shared by theoutboundlife.com (@the_outbound_life) on Jan 28, 2019 at 11:30am PST\nView this post on Instagram beautiful people .. A post shared by sperling photography (@sperlphoto) on Feb 3, 2019 at 5:09pm PST\nLocated just a little west of the Icefields Parkway, this 23-metre waterfall is a year-round attraction that you have to explore. It’s one of the most powerful falls within the mountain’s national parks, with five waterfalls forming from the Athabasca River to create a stunning, turquoise blue valley.\nThe hike from the parking lot to the waterfall is about 1-kilometre and has displays of how the canyon was formed and scientific facts behind it’s watercolour. While there is a designated trail that wraps around the area, the main spotlight is pretty much on any safe piece of land that you can use as a viewing platform.\nREAD ALSO: 16 Day Trips Around Alberta To Take With Your BF This Summer\nView this post on Instagram Happy Sunday Folks 🤠 One more shot from my time in Canada 🇨🇦 This is the other side of Athabasca falls. Be careful if you go because it’s pretty slippery 💦 I drove over to Washington state yesterday. Stay tuned for more adventures 🏔 A post shared by Javier Oliva (@jaoliva) on Oct 14, 2018 at 9:01am PDT\nView this post on Instagram 🌬all the power went out in jasper but we still had fun ok A post shared by Rachy (@rachylees) on Feb 2, 2019 at 2:21pm PST\n@estapiti11embedded via\nFor more information on Athabasca Falls and more of Jasper National Park's attractions, check out this official government park website!