One of my travel goals this year was to visit more National Parks. So when a relative invited me (more like I invited myself) to join them on a road trip to the Canadian Rockies, I did not pass up on the opportunity. As it turned out, it's one of the most unforgettable road trips I've had experienced. If I were to blog about the road trip, I could sum it up in a few words: We passed through 250 kilometers of one of the world's most scenic highways flanked by firs and spruce forests, and an unbroken panorama of massive rocky mountains, turquoise rivers, and lakes, waterfalls, and glacier-topped peaks that linked Banff, Jasper, and Yoho National Parks. So instead of writing about the trip, I decided to do a Vlog so my followers can enjoy the views.
Our Canadian Rockies road trip actually started in Calgary International Airport. I met up with relatives and friends, who drove from Edmonton to Calgary, to pick me up from the airport. Then we headed to the hotel and Banff town center for lunch and spent the rest of the day in Banff enjoying the scenery and dipping in the upper hot spring pool until sunset. So part 1 of my Vlog was actually filmed on day 2, on our drive from Banff to Lake Louise.
Part 1: From Banff to Lake Louise Vlog
Part 2: Columbia Icefield to Jasper Vlog