A Guide To Where To Go & What To See Across Canada

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Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge.

Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge. Photo courtesy Canada Keep Exploring.

A year of travel adventure in the great white north

From mountain-top yoga in the Canadian Rockies to an epic train journey across the country aboard The Canadian. From deep in the silent forests of British Columbia to the pinnacle of man-made heights at the top of the CN Tower in Toronto. From the cascading waters of Niagara Falls to frozen art at Quebec’s world famous Ice Hotel.

Over the next few months, I will be travelling in Ontario, Quebec, Alberta and British Columbia to document as many of the 20 Canadian Signature Experiences on the following list as I can. These 20 attractions and activities have been singled out by the Canadian Tourism Commission as among the best experiences to enjoy across Canada.

Whistler, British Columbia.

Whistler, British Columbia. Photo courtesy Canada Keep Exploring.

CANADA WIDE

  • Fairmont Hotels and Resorts
  • VIA Rail Canada

QUEBEC

  • Ice Hotel Canada

ONTARIO

  • Canadian Museum of Civilization
  • CN Tower
  • Niagara Parks Commission
  • Niagara Helicopters

CN Tower and Toronto skyline

CN Tower and Toronto skyline. Photo courtesy Canada Keep Exploring.

MANITOBA

  • Frontiers North Adventures for polar bear viewing

ALBERTA

  • Calgary Stampede
  • Brewster Travel Canada for Glacier Adventure and Skywalk
  • Icefield & Kananaskis Heli-tours for Yoga Heli-tour

BRITISH COLUMBIA

  • Rocky Mountaineer
  • Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
  • Grouse Mountain
  • BC Ferries Vacations
  • Harbour Air Seaplanes
  • The Butchart Gardens
  • Whistler Blackcomb

YUKON

  • Northern Tales Travel Services for Northern Lights

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls. Photo courtesy Canada Keep Exploring.

Canada at heart

I’ve lived in Canada almost my entire life. I was born in Canada, as were both my parents, three of my grandparents and lots of great and great-great grandparents. I love this country for the magnificence of the wilderness, the unique northern culture, the friendliness of the people … and so many more reasons, some as-yet-undiscovered. So please come along with me as I explore my home and native land.

The Canadian Via Rail Train in the Rockies

The Canadian train in The Rockies. Photo courtesy Canada Keep Exploring.

 

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