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The Red Lodge At Kicking Horse Is A Beacon

7 Hiking Trails at Kicking Horse Resort to Try

If you're a skier or boarder from Alberta or British Columbia there's a high probability that you've been to Kicking Horse Resort, one of Canada's world-class downhill skiing destinations. While it's renowned for its spectacular alpine setting, long runs and abundant snow in winter, it's equally beautiful in summer. From the top of the Golden Eagle Express Gondola enjoy sweeping Rocky Mountain views. Then look way down and you'll see the Columbia River Wetlands snaking…

Canoeing The Churchill River

22 Bucket List Worthy Outdoor Adventures in Canada

Wondering what outdoor adventures in Canada to do this summer? These 22 bucket list worthy adventures in Canada - two in each province except for PEI and one in each of the northern territories should give you plenty of fresh ideas. I've personally tested all of these adventures in Canada but picking a favourite would be nearly impossible. It depends on the weather, the company, the season - along with a little je ne sais…

The Auriol Trail In The Yukon

100 Places to Visit in Canada In Summer

Canada is huge. It's the second largest country in the world so it's best to focus on just a few areas if you plan to visit Canada in summer. From St. John's, Newfoundland to Victoria, British Columbia it's roughly a distance of 7,400 kilometres. And from Vancouver heading north to Whitehorse in the Yukon Territory, it's 2,400 kilometres. Add another 1,200 kilometres to reach Inuvik, the last community of any size before the Arctic Ocean. …

View Of The Harbour From The Parks Canada Office

12 Reasons to Visit Canada in Summer

Are you starting to think about what you'd like to do this summer? How about exploring Canada, the second largest country by area in the world? I know as a Canadian I think it's more glamorous to head to Europe. But there are plenty of reasons to spend more time exploring my own back yard - especially during what most Canadians would consider the best months of the year. Here are my 12 reasons to visit Canada…

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