Yoho National Park
Beautiful park just next to Banff National Park with mountains, waterfalls, hiking, and wildlife. The most popular site is Takakkaw Falls. This massive waterfall is a site to behold. Steep, winding road to get there. 15-minute flat walk to the base of the falls.
Kootenay National Park
Radium Hot Springs
Of the three featured hot springs in the area, the lesser traveled, less busy, and larger hot springs (compared to Banff and Jasper hot springs), this is a nice alternative route to pass through on the way back from Canada to Montana. There is both a “hot” and another “cold” pool (not show in the picture) that has a small water slide. Nestled in the mountains, you’ll pass through Sinclair Canyon on the way to the town of Radium Hot Springs to eat, or even stay if you want to be a bit more out in the country. If you continue south, you’ll also pass Invermere, Windermere, and Fairmount Hot Springs, all of which are nice, small towns with restaurants and gas. Slightly further south, you’ll pass Canal Flats which is pretty, nice lake. Pleasant route all in all.