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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

Quebec wilderness in pictures

Stunning images of the Quebec countryside and Quebec City.
24 August 2010

Québec's wood runners

Follow the route of the legendary Canadian pioneers, deep into a land where bears still roam wild.
Read more… 24 August 2010

Lonely Planet's top 10 Canadian adventures

Everyone, whether a beginner or seasoned veteran, will find an adventure just right for them in Canada, from the peaks of Whistler to the rising tide in the Bay of Fundy.
Read more… 03 August 2010

Newfoundland's Avalon Peninsula

Spend a few days travelling the Avalon Peninsula — the village-freckled area around the capital St John’s – with shore-clasping hikes, spouting whales and rollicking pubs.
Read more… 03 August 2010

Vancouver: Land of the lotus-eaters

Vancouverites sail or kayak, barbecue on the beach, hit nearby north shore hiking trails, listen to buskers on waterfront terraces or simply watch the sun slip quietly into the sea.
Read more… 03 August 2010

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