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The second largest country in the world offers breathtaking views of mountain peaks and gorgeous lakes. There is no shortage of wilderness while traveling through Canada, from the Boreal forests to the Saint Elias Mountain Range. Still, it boasts the city life destinations like Vancouver and Montreal. Canada offers unique scenes for any palate.
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    [Photo by Joanne Middleton] View tip: Do the round woodland walk, small trek but lovely area

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    [Photo by irmiller on flickr] The Goldstream Park near Langford, British Columbia, Canada, is located 16 kilometers from Victoria and yet it allows visitors to experience a natural side of Canada. Visitors can stroll under 600 year old Douglas fir trees, and other old growth forests. Mount Finlayson is the highest point within the park […]

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    [Photo by irmiller on flickr] Hikers adore the solitude of Finlayson Arm on Vancouver Island. The best place to explore the arm is at the Goldstream National Park where hikers can hike past majestic waterfalls, 300 year old cottonwood trees,, 600 year old Douglas Firs, and 100 year old broad leaf maples. Climb up the […]

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    [Photo by irmiller on flickr] The Myles Canyon Basalts in south central Yukon contain lava that geologists believe to be about 8.5 million years old. The lava was deposited during the Pleistocene Age. The river has cut away at the lava and dirt leaving it exposed. The lava is from the Alligator Lake complex. View […]

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    Fore! Practice your putt on this rooftop, or just snap a pic. Look out and enjoy views of the fashion district in Toronto. [Photo by davitydave on flickr]

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    [Photo by irmiller on flickr] The publicly open Parliament grounds in Ottawa, British Columbia, Canada, are one of the most serene government locations in the world. Workers redesigned much of the building in 1916 after a fire burned much of the original complex. The building features many pointed arches, lancet windows, spirals with crockets, and […]

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    [Photo by irmiller on flickr] Jasper National Park’s Maligne Lake is located about 27 miles south of Jasper, Alberta, Canada. The 14-mile long make reaches a depth of 318 feet, although its average depth is 115 feet. The area surrounding the lake is home to grizzly bears, black bears, caribou, wolves, moose and bald eagles. […]

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    [Photo by George Socka on flickr] Years ago, the Thompson Hotel in downtown Toronto, Canada, was an abandoned warehouse. Now, it is one of the most upscale restaurants and shopping locations in the city. People can enjoy amazing views of the city and Lake Ontario through floor to ceiling windows in almost every room. The […]

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    [Photo by Matthew Grapengieser on flickr] Visitors can stay in a sphere on Vancouver Island, Canada, anytime of the year. These spheres hang from ropes on old growth trees near Parksville. Each sphere that is about nine feet in diameter contains a bed and other comfort items. The spheres also contain windows allowing the viewer […]