Jasper National Park: Jasper was one of the first places I ever visited in Alberta though, not one of the first places in Canada (that was Vancouver)! For this trip, I decided I wanted to embrace the wintery vibes so much more, so off we popped in February. It was incredible.
Vancouver: I’ve visited Vancouver four times and I’m already wanting to go back… there’s just something so special about it and it really is one of my favourite places in Canada to explore.
Niagara-on-the-Lake: Not to be confused with Niagara Falls, Niagara-on-the-Lake is one of the most beautiful little towns and places in Canada to experience.
Whistler: We’ve visited Whistler in both summer and winter and truth-be-told, there’s no right or wrong time to go.
Wells Gray: To be honest, I hadn’t heard too much about Wells Gray Provincial Park before our last visit to British Columbia but boy was I glad we discovered it.
Sun Peaks: So, Sun Peaks was a total surprise to me… in a good way of course! Now, I’d already skied in Whistler and Marmot Basin but hadn’t heard too much about skiing in Sun Peaks before our last visit.
Niagara Falls: Niagara Falls is often busiest in the Summer months but let’s be honest, it looks just as beautiful (if not more so) in the winter months surrounded by icicles and powdery snow.
Toronto: Toronto is one of those cities that you visit that’s just bursting with things to do at any time of the year.
Edmonton: Perched in the province of Alberta, Edmonton is one of those cities that has just the right balance of things to do in the city and beautiful national parks to visit on its doorstep.
Banff: Banff is possibly the more famous National Parks in Canada (and one of the more popular places in Canada to visit).