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CANADA FOR WINTER FUN




Guaranteed snow and dramatic terrain make Canada a mecca for winter sports lovers. Brave the chilly temperatures and dive into this stunning ice-clad landscape, whether that means racing down ski slopes, exploring the woods on snowshoes, or enjoying a swift dogsled ride.

Ski Time

 Glorious white­powder slopes, challenging runs, and dramatic scenery make the Canadian Rockies world­renowned for skiing. The biggest resort in the whole of North America is Whistler Blackcomb , where the presence of the Horstman Glacier means year­round skiing and snowboarding. Quebec’s Laurentian Mountains  also offers great skiing in Eastern Canada

Dogsledding

 An iconic image of the Great White North, dogsledding is an exhilarating way to explore Canada’s snowy outdoors. It’s become a popular attraction at ski resorts, towns and national parks, from remote Baffin Island to Montreal’s Parc Jean-Drapeau 

Hit the Rink

The speed, skill, and occasional skirmishes of ice hockey – Canada’s official national winter sport – make it a thrilling game to watch. Its popularity is huge, with rinks in every town and teams at every school. Book ahead to catch one of the seven big-city teams, such as the Montreal Canadiens

Traditional Totems

Totem poles are found only in the Pacific Northwest. Intricately carved from giant red cedar trees, the brightly painted poles depict magical birds and beasts, and are true works of folk art. They may recount a legend, record someone’s ancestry or commemorate an event. The Canadian Museum of History  has the world’s largest collection of totem poles.

CANADA FOR WINTER FUN CANADA FOR WINTER FUN Reviewed by MELANIE INFINITY on December 26, 2019 Rating: 5

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