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?