What are the 15 best places in Canada not to miss?

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From Toronto streets to the mountain of the Canadian Rockies, it could be not very easy to decide where to go and what are the best places in Canada to visit. Therefore, the United States News gives some features; such as accessibility, amusement, and the verity of hotels and resorts to help to collect a series of the best places in Canada to visit. Below a list of top sites and best places in Canada, so if you are planning to travel to Canada, this is very helpful.

1. Jasper National park

The biggest national park in Canada
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The biggest national park in Canada, Jasper, is ideal to be explored. There are many things to enjoy in this park, like hiking through Maligne Canyon, watching the white water of the Athabasca River, taking pictures of the Spirit Island, the bird’s eye and experience the 53 species of mammals.

2. Banff

the best place for skiing and hiking
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Banff national park is the best place for skiing and hiking, located between the Canadian Rockies. The small town wrapped in mountains in Alberta is both for nature lovers and pleasure seekers. Tourists can enjoy floating down the Bow River before a spa therapy; tourists can also appreciate the Columbia Icefield and Moraine Lake.

3. Niagara Falls

the Niagara Falls and take pictures
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Visit the Niagara Falls and take pictures of the natural appeal. Ride on a boat to get closer and admire the power of the falls. Another beauty after the falls, visit the Niagara Glen Nature Reserve, that offers many hiking trails.

4. Vancouver

A trip to Vancouver
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A trip to Vancouver is all about hugging the open air. Tourists pass their days skiing on Grouse Mountain, swimming at Kitsilano Beach, and strolling through the sprawling Stanley Park. Besides, Vancouver offers a verity of cultural attractions and museums and the Granville Island market, which needs to be visited. Another place to discover in Vancouver is the Capilano Suspension Bridge that steps over 230 above the Capilano River.

5. Victoria & Vancouver Island

Although Montreal and Quebec
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Although Montreal and Québec City honor the French root of Canada. Victoria pays honor to the country’s British heritage. Tourists go to British Columbia’s capital for tea, and they go to the Royal British Columbia Museum for historical knowledge. At the same time, animal lovers enjoy the marine wildlife of the waters around Victoria’s home.

6. Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island
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From the rolling green hills, red sandstone cliffs, and a delicious bounty of seafood. Prince Edward Island is a great relaxing place to visit while traveling to Canada, if you don’t enjoy the beach, then you have the island’s golf courses and the PEI’s adorable harp seals.

7. Quebec City

This Canadian city charming
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A travel to Canada, and for sure a visit to Québec City. This Canadian city charming with its historical buildings of the 17th and the 18th century, Québec is among the UNESCO World Heritage Site, at this city you can smell the essence of Paris with the fresh baked bread and the brewing espresso spreading in the streets.

8. Whistler

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While you are traveling to Canada, don’t forget to take the adventure to visit the Whistler. The Canadian resort town, where you can experience skiing, snowboarding, and bungee jumping. In addition to the beautiful walk in the Whistler Olympic Plaza. As you can explore the Brandywine Falls Provincial Park.

9. Toronto

the city that gathers Toronto
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Toronto, the city that gathers both India and Korea. With its cultural bag, its famous CN Tower of 1,815 feet or the Canadian experience at the Hockey Hall of Fame that will take you to the essential Canadian experience, and don’t forget some goodies at the Lawrence Market.

10. Cape Breton Highlands National Park

Cabot Trail is the heart of Nova Scotia
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Cabot Trail is the heart of Nova Scotia’s Cape Breton Island. Iin this national park, you will experience beautiful landscapes and the forested river valley, fishing villages and much more to admire in this park. Hence, it is better to visit Cape Breton national park on foot.

11. Gros Morne National Park

the Western Brook Pond
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This UNESCO World Heritage Site covers almost 448,000 acres on Newfoundland’s west coast. Its top activity is hiking the Tablelands. Here, you’ll cross exposed earth, a colored landscape that was created millions of years ago by a collision of tectonic plates. If you go to this park, don’t forget to try a ride on a boat through the Western Brook Pond.

12. Kluane National Park and Reserve

The Kluane National Park
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The Kluane National Park and the reserve is the highest peak of Canada (Mount Logan). The largest ice field in the country, the park is situated in the southwest of Yukon, attracts adventurous with rafting journeys on the Alsek River, or hiking and climbing on the Icefield Rangers of St.Elias Mountain.

13. Ottawa

best places in Canada Ottawa
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Ottawa is among one of several best places in Canada not to miss. And Ottawa itself has many places that need to discover; such as Rideau Canal and Gatineau Park, especially for those who love outdoors. There are also to places of attractions; like Notre Dame Cathedral Basilica, the Canadian War Museum, and Parliament Hill, and finally, the oldest and biggest market ByWard Market.

14. Mont-Tremblant

the Laurentian Mountains
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Mont-Tremblant is located in the Laurentian Mountains in the northwest of Montréal. It is famous for skiing, especially the Tremblant Resort, where the highest peak in the mountain range is. The Mont-Tremblant contains six rivers and 400 lakes and streams and numerous trails of hiking and several beaches, in addition to Horseback riding, fishing, and mountain biking.

15. Okanagan Valley

The Okanagan Valley
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Throughout more than 155 miles of British Columbia. The Okanagan Valley is the home to 84% of the vineyard acreage of the province. Each sub-region has its own wine experience, and you can combine wine tasting in Naramata Beach, where several wineries are located. You can try rock climbing and mountain biking. Whatever region you want to visit, you ‘ll enjoy the spectacular views that challenge those of the world’s best wine regions.

Originally published on Live Positively.