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This Is The Most Stunning River In Canada That You Need To Visit

Athabasca River is a breath-taking river that runs through rocky terrain and beautiful forests in Jasper Alberta.  It is a bright blue colour year around, making it the perfect road trip destination for any season.

If you're looking to get out of Ontario and explore the natural wonders our country has to offer, this could be your next destination.

In the summer it looks something like this...

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And in the winter it is equally as stunning....

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The river is runs through many ice field and gorges and is 1,231 km long.  Which means it is the second longest river in all of Alberta.  The river used to be used as The a waterway for First Nations peoples and the fur trade, but now it is mostly used for hiking, and kayaking.

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This is your excuse to leave Ontario and explore somewhere new, safe travels!

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