7 Canada Travel Stories
Canada’s a huge place and you’d need to travel there many times or stay there forever to see it all.
I wouldn’t mind repeat visits at all. Late spring, summer and autumn would be my favourite times to visit but if you love winter sports then winter is perfect for ski-ing, snow-boarding, snowball fights and all that fun stuff.
While I didn’t experience all of Canada by a long shot in my 10 day trip I did get up close and personal with some Canadian highlights including the Yukon, Kluane National Park and Banff National Park.
In case you missed any of the posts here’s a round-up of my Canada stories with the highlights being the wild, majestic scenery and the wildlife including moose, elk and BEARS. Apparently autumn is a great time for bear spotting as they’re very active, filling up on food before the long winter hibernation so if you haven’t visited Canada before now’s a good time to start planning your trip.
The photo up top was taken from the The Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel – even if you don’t stay there drop by to use their wonderful spa pools, drink herbal teas and enjoy the views.
Where would you start when traveling to Canada?
Perfect, Annabel. This is where I meant when I said, in your last post (33 lessons) that we’re planning a trip early next year. :-) Now I don’t have to go searching. Talk about Universe listening! Thank you so much for the round up! I am going to bookmark this and pore over it :-). We’ll be in the Banff and Toronto.
That’s fantastic, you have a lot to look forward to – Canada is amazing:)
I’ve read them, I think all… and so now have a much better idea of where to go and what to see in Canada. Sadly no plans as yet… but you just never know, do you??
Thanks for reading them all. Life is full of surprises and I hope you get to visit Canada one day:)
Great roundup of places. The West has so many great destinations! I live in Ontario and am really keen on doing more traveling out East. Newfoundland (and more specifically, Gros Morne National Park) top my list.