Canada is so vast that it's easy to forget how much there is to see.
Every once in awhile I come across a picture that makes me say: "Holy shit, that's in Canada?!"
Which is is pretty much the reaction I had when I first saw The Glacier Skywalk in Alberta. It looked like a train track or a rollercoaster that peaked over the mountain, similar to what they have in Las Vegas.
Imagine taking a stroll onto a platform take give you one of the most breathtaking views in the world. You look down through the glass floor and see bird flying below, then you realize that this glass is the only thing separating you from a 900+ foot drop.
Photo cred - brewster
From this one spot, you can see frozen peaks, glacier formed valleys, waterfalls as well as one of the most unique ecosystems in the world.
Would you have the guts to walk on it?