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One of the most frequently-asked questions on the forums for various spots within the Canadian Rockies is "What are the must-sees for my visit?" Here is a list of the most popular and most beautiful road-accessible places to see, arranged geographically.
Yoho is known as a beautiful area for hiking. Lake O'Hara is the best-known hiking area, but the area of the many waterfalls is also magnificent. There are a few options but, for example, the Iceline or the Whaleback are fabulous. Anyone visiting the Rockies should see this. Please see here an excerpt from Iceline hike in The Best Day Hikes in the Canadian Rockies by Tim Jensen, presented on the website of Rent-a-Tent Canada (scroll down to "the top ten day hikes in the Canadian Rockies")
The Icefields Parkway is the spectacularly scenic route that connects Lake Louise and Jasper. Here are some spots along the way that you shouldn't miss:
The TripAdvisor Traveller Article Icefields Parkway has more details and tips.
This is British Columbia's second-oldest provincial park and the site of Mount Robson (12972 ft), the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies. The provincial park starts at the west boundary of Jasper National Park, on the Yellowhead Highway. The Mount Robson viewpoint is about an hour's drive from Jasper.