Canada's Wonderland is home to the largest wooden roller coaster in existence in Canada. It also is home to the only "flying coaster" in the country. Over 3 million people visit every year.
Banff National Park has 2500 acres of land in Canada's Rocky Mountains, which includes meadows and glaciers. There are also natural radium hot springs, located at Castle Junction in the Park.
This world-renowned stampede takes place every year in July, and attracts over 650,000 visitors. The stampede hosts events and activities throughout the year, and during the stampede, it has rodeos, grandstand shows, derbies, parades, music and food.
A place for honeymooners and visitors alike, both Canada and U.S. sides attract millions of visitors per year, with the Canadian side attracting over 12 million visitors per year.
Vancouver has a rich heritage of native culture, e.g. the Haida Gwaii on Vancouver Island. The island attracts over 12 million visitors a year, and has beautiful weather year round, and activities, restaurants and parks abound, including the infamous Stanley Park, which has 1000 acres and is the top tourist attraction of Vancouver.
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