The road is often described as the ‘most beautiful drive in the world’ and it’s easy to see why.
Snow-capped mountains line both sides of the road, a river runs through the valley, waterfalls tumble down across the rocks and several glaciers are within easy reach.
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Canada is easy to navigate, has a very low crime rate, is absolutely huge, so you can’t run out of national and provincial parks or activities, and it’s breathtakingly beautiful, need we say more?
Though the whole country is worth exploring, these are a few places that my fellow travel bloggers and I think are particularly good for solo travelers in Canada: Alberta was my first stop ever in Canada and by the time I left, I was seriously asking myself if I should just come back and move in.
For those who love the outdoors, want a safe and incredibly friendly place to travel through, and who want to experience many different cultures all at once, Canada is the perfect solo destination at any time of year.
Both are favourite hangout spots for locals looking to soak up the sun.” – Hannah of Eat Sleep Breathe Travel“Solo travel is obviously a lot about spending time on your own, but I’ve never felt so alone (in a good way) as I did in Killarney Provincial Park.
This is THE place to try canoe camping: paddle from lake to lake, pitch your tent in solitude near the water shore and climb the surrounding granite hills for gorgeous views.
In the summer, it’s the perfect jumping off point for hiking trails galore.
Though everywhere in Canada has its own special beauty, this part of Alberta sure is a standout.“When it comes to incredible scenery, you can’t go past the Icefields Parkway in Alberta.