Ice climbing, medicine walks and wildlife tours are some of the experiences led by Indigenous Peoples that showcase Alberta’s beautiful backyard.
Incredible public art, the Calgary Stampede and having the Rocky Mountains on its doorstep are just some of the reasons to love Calgary, Canada.
Glamping along windswept beaches, wine tasting and adventures like tidal bore rafting are just a few of the fun things to do in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Iconic lighthouses, coastal scenery, colourful fishing villages and east coast hospitality are just a few highlights of a one week Nova Scotia road trip.
This fun southern Alberta road trip itinerary includes UNESCO sites, spectacular waterfalls, rolling foothills and quirky photo-ops.
With picturesque lighthouses, charming fishing villages and beautiful beaches, the Nova Scotia Lighthouse Route is one of the province’s most scenic drives.
From glaciers to frozen waterfalls to exploring caves, here are the best Alberta winter hikes and ice walks for all ages and adventure levels.
It just takes a bit of exploration for a big payoff on the Troll Falls trail, which makes it one of the best hikes in Kananaskis Country, Alberta for families.
With mountain views, dramatic canyons and ancient pictographs, the Grotto Canyon ice walk is one of the best family-friendly winter hikes near Canmore.
The scenic Schooner Cove Trail winds through the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve near Tofino, British Columbia and is the perfect place for photography.