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Back-country skiing in Canada’s Jasper National Park

Canada’s sixth oldest national park has a different flavour during winter, when rugged terrain and frigid weather conspire to make it the domain of a few in-the-know skiers.
Read more… 21 January 2013


British Columbia’s best-kept secret

Muskwa-Kechika is a vast landscape that enfolds Canada's northern Rockies. Forge your own trail through the largest intact wildlife habitat in the entire Rocky Mountain chain.
16 January 2013


Canada’s polar bear country

Manitoba’s isolated Wapusk National Park is prime territory for polar bear spotting. But the habitat is shrinking, which yields an uncertain future for Earth’s biggest land predator.
13 July 2012


Québec City in the summer

Set along the St Lawrence River and bordered by forested hills, the city and its surrounds are perfectly situated for a number of warm weather activities.
Read more… 06 June 2012


Vintage Niagara Falls in winter

For generations, visitors have flocked to the border between the US and Canada to see the natural wonder of Niagara Falls. Explore the icy beauty as they looked in the early 1900s.
17 February 2012


Following the royals through North America

On the trail of entertainment, ruggedness and high-end relaxation in Canada and the US.
Read more… 16 June 2011


Vancouver’s great outdoors

With mild temperatures all year round and challenging mountain hikes just steps away, it is no wonder that Vancouver is an outdoor sports haven.
Read more… 28 April 2011


Exploring the Canadian Rockies

Wondrous lakes and mountains, cowboy hootenannies and sleeping with the Siksika tribe.
08 March 2011


Perfect Trip

The perfect trip: The Canadian Rockies

A dramatic Alberta route of colossal peaks, mirrored lakes and ever-present wildlife, this leisurely road trip also includes glacier walking and hearty mountain dining.
Read more… 08 March 2011


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