WESTERN CANADA

Brilliant blues and stunning views



Few countries can claim the number and variety of natural wonders that Canada can. With the most coastline in the world, towering mountain ranges, glacial-fed lakes, expansive forests, stark arctic lands and even a small amount of semi-arid desert, Canada is a diverse landscape full of surprises.

West of The Maple Leaf

Postcard-perfect settings in Western Canada set the stage for adventure in the wilderness playgrounds of Vancouver Island, Lake Louise, Jasper and Banff. From the turquoise waters of Moraine Lake to the wild coastline of British Columbia, Western Canada has not only a wide range of geography and wildlife, but also incredible properties to indulge in after a day of adventure.

UNIQUE EXPERIENCES

  • Kayak with orcas near Vancouver Island
  • Canoe the brilliant turquoise waters of Moraine Lake
  • Heli-hike in the magnificent Canadian Rockies
  • Heli-fish British Columbia’s most remote streams

WHEN TO VISIT

June to August is best in the mountains; July and August have the fewest rainy days on the coast. Ideal snow conditions for winter sports are January to March.

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