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From the snowcapped peaks of the Canadian Rockies to the urban buzz of Ontario and Vancouver, Canada has something for every traveler.

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  • Summer Recreation in Whistler The Rainbow Lake Trail near Whistler.During the few months that they aren’t covered in snow, the slopes of the Whistler Blackcomb ski resort come alive with locals and tourists alike enjoying hiking, guided naturalist walks, mountain biking, and horseback riding, or just marveling at the mountainscape from the comfort of the lifts.
  • Look Up! The Best Architecture in Montréal A housing complex constructed of concrete that resembles blocks stacked and overhanging one another.Old Montréal’s historic buildings and areas from Expo 67 and the 1976 Olympics stand out as some of the best architecture in the city, but here are a number of other buildings that are worth a look.
  • The Best Vancouver Beaches The rocky coast of Second Beach in Stanley Park.Vancouver might not be known for its beaches, but in summer the long stretches of sand that fringe the city are a hive of activity. Here’s a list of the best spots to sun yourself or take a dip in the Pacific.
  • Summer Festivals in Montréal A colorful chalk board advertises the brews on tap in a vendor stall.There are many festivals that take place during the summer in Montréal. From Fantasia Film Festival to Heavy MTL, learn more about the exciting events in and around the city.
  • The 10-Day Georgian Bay Circle Tour At the edge of the island shore a rock formation that narrows at the bottom resembles a flowerpot.Georgian Bay is one of Ontario’s best kept secrets. This suggested tour, which takes in the striking natural scenery around Georgian Bay, is best experienced in late summer or early fall.

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