We were worried that when we visited the beautiful but very popular Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada that we'd have trouble finding a place to boondock. But that wasn't the case at all. All around the park -
which is indeed very crowded during the summer - we found vast stretches of wilderness, dotted with small but very nice primitive camping spots perfect to boondock in. I sent the drone up near one of the spots where we stayed to show you how wild it is. The area is known as Kananaskis Country and is located West and SouthWest of Calgary and borders the town of Canmore and Banff National Park. The spot is right off highway 40, a spectacularly beautiful road that connects to Highway 1 just east of Banff.
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