Banff National Park
Banff National Park, located in the northern part of the Rockies, is the oldest national park in Canada. It is one of the three earliest national forest parks in the world, along with Yellowstone National Forest Park next door and Royal Australian park in Oceania. Banff Park covers an area of 6641 square kilometers. The park is covered with glaciers, hot springs, pine forests, and lakes. There are a variety of animals and plants, many of which are endangered species. It is difficult to see other places, such as hot spring snails.
Sulfur Mountain: the invincible cable car and the hot spring backed by "big tree" are the core competitiveness of sulfur mountain, which has attracted numerous tourists. The sulfur mountain is 2280 meters above sea level. Standing on the top of the mountain, you can have a panoramic view of Banff National Park, including a green coniferous forest nearby, a snowy mountain peak ahead, a panoramic view of the ice lake with only a corner on the ground, and even Banff street in the distance.
Banff Town: Banff town is surrounded by mountains. No matter which street you are on, you can see the mountains ahead, the green trees, and the accumulated ice and snow. There are a lot of tourists in the town, but it is still very quiet and clean. The center of the town is Banff street, Central Avenue. Other streets are named after bison, elk, bear, and other animals.