Outdoors

  • Go on a backpacking adventure. Follow historic pioneer routes, shorelines, lakes, mountain ridges, alpine valleys, heritage rivers, glaciers...

  • In many Canadian communities the local, easily accessible sandy beaches are destinations for relaxation, popular events and activities. Many include concession food stands, picnic areas, docks, life guards, volleyball nets, playgrounds, showers and washrooms.

  • Hundreds of species of waterfowl, song birds, shorebirds, marine birds and predator birds can be found in Canada. A top birding destination.

  • The boating and sailing charters available in Canada are some of the best in the world for wildlife sightings and rugged wilderness scenery.

  • No boat, no problem. There are boating tours and cruises operating from most communities in the region. Tours provide interpretive guides and experience. Multi day tours may provide meals, accommodations and entertainment.

  • Canada Attractions & Canada Adventures

    Our Canada adventures come with mountains, grasslands, beaches, forests, oceans, lakes, rivers, wildlife and more.  

    Coast-to-coast-to-coast, Canada attractions, things to do and Canada adventures have entertained visitors and travelers for decades.
    From west to east to north the vast landscapes and waterscapes of Canada provide the largest selection of outdoor adventures year round, for every season.

    A four season playground of Canadian adventures, attractions and activities

    Our summer seasons provide visitors an opportunity to enjoy mountain biking, golfing, fishing, wildlife tours, horseback riding and kayaking to name a few. Our winter seasons create a winter wonderland of Canada adventures including skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, dog sledding, ice fishing and more. Start planning and booking your next adventure today. 
     
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    Enjoy our Canada attractions and things to do

  • Every province and territory in Canada enjoys a selection of canoe waterways ranging from very difficult to easy.

  • Cross country skiing is enjoyed on community pathways and backcountry trails in many regions.

  • Throughout Canada there are many highways and backcountry paved roads ideal for cycling that are attracting cyclists from all around the world.

  • The majority of Canada dog sledding tours are located in the northern parts of British Columbia, the Yukon Territories, Northwest Territories, Alberta, Quebec and Ontario.

  • Fish for salmon, tuna and halibut, trout, northern pike, sturgeon, pickerel, walleye, arctic char and bass in our thousands of lakes and rivers. Hire a fishing guide.

  • Golfing in many parts of the country is one of the most popular summer time activities for vacationing adults. Plan a Canada golf vacation today.

  • There are thousands of hikes in Canada. Choose the region, discover the adventure.

  • The abundance of mountains, forests and vast wilderness regions provides many opportunities for mountain biking.

  • Many Canada off road tours provide experienced and knowledgeable guides, reliable equipment, riding lessons and meals.

  • Every province and territory in Canada enjoys a selection of rafting rivers ranging from very difficult to easy.

  • World renown rock climbing destinations in British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, Quebec, Newfoundland and the Yukon Territory.

  • Canada snowmobiling and sledding adventures are enjoyed anywhere in Canada where the snow falls during the winter and early spring months. There are plenty of communities who provide snowmobile and sledding tours and participate in snowmobile events.

  • Snowboarding in Canada is world famous for its deep champagne powder. 

  • Snowshoe tour companies are experienced in the backcountry. Tours provide lessons, equipment and guides who are trained in first aid and avalanche survival skills.

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