Canada and winter go together like oak smoked bacon and maple syrup on a golden pancake – deliciously. Home to the Northern Lights, ice hockey and more lakes than the rest of the world’s combined, Canada offers travellers a smorgasbord of winter sun and snow. From Banff and Mont-Tremblant to Whistler Blackcomb, there is no better way to experience Canada than on its white powder paradises. Boasting over 200 marked runs past glistening glaciers, alpine bowls and atmospheric slope-side bars, Whistler Blackcomb is one of the world’s premier ski resorts – and its impressive Peak 2 Peak gondola is a prime example.
A first in its construction, it provides passengers with unparalleled views of British Columbia’s fjord-indented coastline and rugged rooftop of sweeping plateaus and proud peaks. However, if you prefer to spend your Canada winter holidays with your feet firmly on the ground, strap on some snowshoes and head into the charming Callaghan valley. Delve deep into the local history and ancient forests on a private tour and bask in the snowy serenity of the surrounding ancient forests and frozen lakes. Canada winter holidays wouldn’t be complete without a trip to one, two or three of its cosmopolitan cities (and trust us, they like to put on a show once the snow settles). Whether it’s joining Montrealer’s on an early-morning skate on Parc La Fontaine’s picturesque pond, chanting ‘Go Canucks Go!’ with hardcore ice hockey fans in Rogers Stadium, or dancing the night away at Quebec’s annual carnival, you’ll feel like you’re in a true winter wonderland.

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The Canada trip was fantastic, all arrangements, accommodation and tours were spot on. We loved all of the places you recommended, during the trip we had seven different stops all of which were different and each had their own charms. Standouts were Emerald Lake (why bother with Lake Louise, they were bussing them in from the overflow car parks some 8-10 miles away!). Victoria on Vancouver Island was beautiful and so easy to walk around, and of course Vancouver City - the Foodie Tour is a must for anyone. First Class service, great attention to detail, will use them again
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