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.
Invermere’s mountain landscapes, outdoor activities, natural hot springs and foodie scene combine for a wellness winter escape in the Columbia Valley.
Lizard Creek Lodge is one of the best Fernie hotels, thanks to its great location right on the hill at Fernie Alpine Resort in B.C, Canada.
From outdoor adventures to incredible spas, eateries and even an ice bar, here’s what to do in the mountain town of Fernie, British Columbia.
Some of the best Nova Scotia wines are found in Wolfville, a charming town in the heart of the Annapolis Valley known for quaint B&Bs and wineries.
The iconic Peggy’s Cove lighthouse is one of the most photographed spots in Canada, but there’s much more to the village than its historic beacon.
Whether you’re a history buff or foodie, hipster or fashionista, here’s what to do in Charlottetown PEI.