This UNESCO World Heritage site, National Park, Biosphere Reserve and International Peace Park has some of the oldest, exposed sedimentary rock in the Canadian Rockies, rare vegetation, lakes, waterfalls, gorgeous, expansive vistas and outdoor recreation. What more could you want in a National Park? Of course, there's many opportunities for hiking and a good chance of seeing abundant wildlife. Take advantage of the lakes and rent some water equipment. Stand-up paddle board, canoe, kayak or pedal-boat through the water.