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Little over 40 years since the small logging town of Whistler started operating as a winter sports center it has become one of the most popular ski resorts in North America, crowned by its selection ...
Not only is Toronto a fascinating destination in itself, it makes a great base for exploring Niagara Falls, just 80 miles (130 kilometers) away. This astonishing natural wonder straddling the ...
Old Montreal is best explored by foot – there’s no better way to fully appreciate the beautiful buildings and historic charm. On a guided walking tour, a local will lead you around the district, ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, December 2012
If you’re in Vancouver this holiday season, take a few days to get out of the city and see some of the best scenery in British Columbia by spending some time in Whistler—Canada’s famous getaway for ...
People who have never visited Toronto are often unaware that there is actually a chain of small islands in Lake Ontario just offshore from downtown that are called, fittingly, the Toronto Islands. ...
For those wanting to experience one of Vancouver‘s most vibrant and diverse outdoor offerings, VanDusen Botanical Garden is a worthwhile way to spend the day. Located in South Vancouver, the ...
For travelers who want to spend their vacation outdoors, Montreal has plenty to offer. With almost 30 parks and myriad outside spaces to explore, the city features everything from hiking to ...
Written by Jessica F, February 2013
For couples looking for romance, Vancouver offers many experiences. From romantic restaurants to sultry shows to scenic strolls, this city is full of opportunities for you and your special someone to ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, October 2011
The city of Montreal sees the nearby meeting of the Saint Lawrence and Ottawa Rivers, and the city’s port sits on the river gateway that travels from the Great Lakes and opens up into the Atlantic ...
Spring is a great time to visit Montreal, with generally pleasant weather and much to do and see. While the past years have brought milder, warmer spring months, it is still smart to pack layers as ...
If you’re not a fan of heights, fast-moving rivers, or swaying bridges, this may not be the right attraction for you!
What began in the late 1880′s as a cedar plank held up by hemp rope –
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, August 2011
Named after the Blue Grouse birds hunted by hikers over a hundred years ago, Grouse Mountain is Vancouver 's
most popular attraction, with over a million visitors annually. It also
hosts North ...
Written by David W, United Kingdom, January 2012
You’d have to be of a particularly warped disposition – perhaps with a
phobia of grass or a deep-rooted hatred of trees – to dislike Stanley Park . In many ways, it sums up everything that ...
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