Travelling to Canada in the winter is all about embracing the snow as you enjoy outdoor adventures amid the country’s sky-scraping mountains and snow-hushed boreal forests. The eastern cities in Québec and Ontario provinces also rejoice at the colder months. Here, winter is marked by ice skating, hearty food, Christmas markets, ice sculptures and exuberant winter festivals.
Our Canada specialists have thoroughly explored the country during its long winter and will plan your trip around the best places to stay and experiences to have. You can watch the northern lights from a log cabin in the wilds of the Yukon, ride on snowmobiles or go snowshoeing in remote locations, and dog-sled with a team of Alaskan huskies. Meanwhile, up in Churchill on the edge of Hudson Bay, you can watch polar bears as they gather waiting for the water to freeze over so they can begin hunting.
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