Canadian Rocky Mountains
The Canadian Rockies mountain range spans the provinces of British Columbia and Alberta. With jagged, ice-capped peaks, including towering Mt. Robson, it’s a region of alpine lakes, diverse wildlife and outdoor recreation sites. Yoho National Park is home to the massive Takakkaw Falls. Other national parks are Jasper, with the famously accessible Athabasca Glacier, and Banff, site of glacier-fed Lake Louise.
Parks Canada has a few rules you should be aware of while planning your wedding:
- Do not throw any confetti. You must clean up after your event. Nothing should be left behind. There is no open alcohol allowed.
- All guests must have a park pass.
- No gas-powered generators, excessive noise, unruly behavior, loud music or P.A. systems allowed.
- Quiet music Guests may not disturb or infringe on the park’s natural and cultural resources (ie: no picking or disturbance of flower beds, setting up of chairs or removal of trees or branches).
- Be bear aware: do not leave any food behind.
- Groups using shelters should be aware that day use areas and shelters close at 2300 hours (11 pm).
- The organizer accepts full responsibility for any incidents, and/or costs of clean up or site rehabilitation resulting from the event.
- The Park Service asks that events be limited to 20 people to minimize impact on the site.
- No area of the park can be cordoned off for personal use.