Columbia Icefield is the largest of the chain of ice fields along the border that separates Alberta and British Columbia in Canada. It is a true ‘ice wonder’ for its melted water that feed streams and rivers, which pour into the Arctic, Atlantic, and Pacific oceans. The route to the Columbia Icefield is also a remarkable attraction. You can see over 100 visible glaciers, turquoise lakes, rushing waterfalls, picnic spots, hiking trails and campgrounds. At mid point of this glacier you will have the opportunity to step onto the ice formed from snow falling as long as 400 years ago! This 325 square kilometer accumulation of ice glacier is a view not to miss.