Canada is a massive place, and nearly 40% of the country is covered in forest.\nSo it's a wonder why our forests don't get more attention.\nAfter all, we brag about our lakes, we brag about our gardens, we even brag about the crazy and unusual places in Canada, but we never brag about the beauty of our forests.\nAnd it's a shame really, because Canada has forests so spectacularly magical that you'd swear fairies live there.\nHere are some of the prettiest ones we could find.\n1. Quebec's Magical "Foresta Lumina" In The Coaticook Gorge\n2. British Columbia's Golden Ears Provincial Park\nPhoto cred - SibsUK\n3. British Columbia's Rainy Forest Near Vancouver\n4. Ontario's "Fairy" Flower Bed Forest\n5. Yukon Territory's Blooming Fireweed Field\n6. Alberta's Majestic "Elbow Lake Park"\n7. Alberta's Peter Lougheed Provincial Park\nPhoto cred - BGSmith\n8. North-West Territories' "Misty" Rainforest\n9. British Columbia's "Giant Sequoias Forest" On Vancouver Island\n10. British Columbia's Tex Lyon Trail In Port Hardy\n11. Ontario's Muskoka Forests\nAlberta's Breath Taking "Larch Valley"\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.