(Canadian Seasons – FW’19)
Canada is a one of the most scenic countries in the northern part of North America. Its ten provinces and three territories extend from the Atlantic to the Pacific and northward into the Arctic Ocean, making it the world’s second-largest country by total area
Canada’s capital is Ottawa, and its three largest metropolitan areas are Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver
Its vast territory determines the great variety of climate.Part of Canada’s appeal is its four seasons: winter, spring, summer, and fall. Let’s explore the scenic and splendid Canadian Fall Winter
Beloved across the country, fall offers refreshingly cool weather, around 41–59°F (5–15°C), and spectacular autumn foliage throughout September and October.
While conditions vary significantly, snow typically begins in October/November and stays until March/April. Temperatures can range from 50°F (10°C) to -13°F (-25°C) or -31°F (-35°C)
Canada is an exciting country to explore. Few places on earth have natural wonders as awe inspiring as Canada. From coast to coast, each province offers its share of unique wonders. Whether it is the pristine beauty of a northern lake, the rugged expanse of the Rocky Mountains, the rolling grasslands of the prairies, the iconic red soils and lighthouses of the Maritimes, or the rich history and architecture, Canada inspires awe and offers an endless list of possibilities
Here’s a curated list of the most popular places to visit in Canada
Situated in Toronto, the CN Tower is one of the seven wonders of the Modern World. Giving you a clear view of the spectacular city the CN Tower stands tall with high glass ceilings and the thrilling EdgeWalk, the World’s Highest Outdoor Walk on a Building
A beautiful city in Ontario, the Niagara falls offers a breathtaking view of the world-famous waterfall. A must visit in Canada, you can venture your adrenaline side by zip lining across the waterfall or taking a boat cruise with your family but you must not miss the beautiful display of fireworks in the night.
Jasper National Park in the Canadian Rockies comprises a vast wilderness area of Alberta province defined by glaciers, lakes, and peaks. Outdoor activities like hiking, camping, and skiing are popular. Native wildlife includes elk, moose, bighorn sheep, and bears.
Lake Louise, named Lake of the Little Fishes by the Stoney Nakota First Nations people, is a turquoise glacial lake within Banff National Park in Alberta. Hiking trails wind up to the Lake Agnes Tea House for bird’s-eye views. There’s a canoe dock in summer, and a skating rink on the frozen lake in winter. The Lake Louise Ski Resort features a wildlife interpretive center at the top of a gondola.
Whistler is a town north of Vancouver, British Columbia, that’s home to Whistler Blackcomb, one of the largest ski resorts in North America. One of Canada’s favorite year-round destinations it offers skiing and snowboarding, along with snowshoeing, tobogganing and ski jumping at the Olympic Park, a venue for the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics.
Based in Peacan Bay, Alberta the Skyline Trail is best suited for the wanderer in you. With a beautiful and thrilling hike of two hours, it offers a scenic view of the skyline. Its A truly remarkable journey filled with glacial lakes, alpine tarns, and mountain vistas.
Packed with history and culture the Fairmont le château Frontenac is one of Canada’s treasures placed in Quebec City. Overlooking the St. Lawrence River, this grand, castle-like hotel is a must-visit for some spectacular views and delicious cuisine.
Located on the northwestern edge of downtown Vancouver, Stanley Park is one of the city’s main tourist destinations. Stanley Park is a magnificent green oasis in the midst of the urban landscape of Vancouver. Explore the 400-hectare natural West Coast rainforest and enjoy scenic views of the water, mountains, sky, and majestic trees along Stanley Park’s famous Seawall. The park offers a wide range of unforgettable experiences for all ages and interests, including Canada’s largest aquarium.
The Yukon Rich living-history, stunningly unique geography and more epic scenes than a Hollywood blockbuster. In the winter many people enjoy dogsledding, snowmobiling, skiing, hockey, and snowshoeing. With views that will leave you awe-struck, the Yukon is a destination you must have on your bucket list.
With only six steam clocks present in the entire world, one of the most iconic ones is based in Vancouver. Located in the lively neighborhood of Gastown, the clock is 35 years old and a famous selfie point.
So that’s all folks! Hope you enjoyed this Canadian edit and explore Canada on your next vacay.It offers a wide array of destinations and activities in all seasons with its picturesque geographical setting and breathtaking wonders!