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Banff National Park
Banff National Park provides scenery in spades. With 1,600 kilometers of maintained trails, Banff allows you to view amazing forests, majestic glaciers, and more. Anybody who has an interest in the outdoors should take time to visit this park.
Niagara Falls features a drop of almost 60 meters with water that rushes by at speeds topping 100 kilometers per hour. In addition to the natural beauty, the area around the falls includes a waterpark, gaming venues, and numerous small shops for gifts and more. The falls can be appreciated both in warm weather when they are at their fastest and in the dead of winter when the frozen falls are beautiful and glacial.
The Whistler Blackcomb resort sees over 12 meters of snowfall on an annual basis, and features a great many winter sports, such as skiing and snowboarding. Whether you want to enjoy beautiful sceneries or like to brave challenging new trails, this resort is an ideal spot to visit.
The capital of the Yukon Territory, Whitehorse is a small city surrounded by a lot of natural space. A loop from the city runs through Miles Canyon, providing a terrific walking trail. North of Whitehorse lies the Yukon Wildlife Preserve, which includes some arctic creatures that can’t be found anywhere else. In the winter, there is a chance that you may get to see the famous Northern Lights. Additionally, the city itself offers many amenities and comforts that only a small, friendly town like Whitehorse can provide.
In terms of urban delights, Montreal is one of the greatest and most historical cities in all of Canada. With a mix of new infrastructure and historical buildings, this city provides context that frames the Canadian experience. Montreal includes magnificent museums, wonderful cafés, and a truly rustic experience in Vieux-Montréal, which still has its signature cobblestone streets.