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The far north hides some of North America’s best sights and holiday locations, whether you’re looking for a mountain-top adventure, an urban cultural experience, or a relaxing retreat.
British Columbia is a great place to start, with plenty of dining and entertainment options in the cities of Vancouver and Victoria before heading out to Whistler for skiing or mountain biking.
The Rocky Mountains can be enjoyed from the window of one of the best train journeys in the world, or up close in resort towns such as Banff, which hosts an annual international film festival dedicated to the outdoors. The alpine wilderness offers stunning views of lakes, rivers, forests and wildlife including elk and bears.
French-speaking Quebec also has a lot to offer: from the European-inspired streets of Quebec City; to the food and shopping paradise of Montreal; to the resort town of Tremblant in the Laurentian Mountains.
And don’t miss the opportunity to visit Niagara Falls, a powerful display of nature’s power on the border of Ontario and the USA.
Alaska presents an incredible open wilderness and coastline to explore by boat, canoe, foot, or air. Lucky winter visitors might even catch the Aurora Borealis.

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Banff
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Calgary
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Lake Louise
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Montreal
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66mm
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Niagara Falls
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Quebec
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Toronto
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Tremblant
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62mm
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57mm
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56mm
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56mm
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53mm
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47mm
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66mm
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55mm
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65mm
Vancouver
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69mm
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134mm
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217mm
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181mm
Whistler
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92mm
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160mm
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101mm
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76mm
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36mm
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45mm
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84mm
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136mm
3°C
210mm
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178mm