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Canada in winter tours

These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Canada in winter, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well.

Canada in winter tours

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  • Québec City skyline

    Eastern cities & winter activities

    Canada
    • Explore Montréal on a guided walking tour, visiting the Notre-Dame Basilica and many other highlights.

    • Enjoy exhilarating dog-sledding, snowshoeing, ice fishing and snowmobiling tours at Lac à l'Eau Claire.

    • Take in the cobbled streets, ice sculptures and colonial architecture of old Québec.

    • Try Québec City’s best food and wine on an immersive culinary tour.

    9 days from £3,105pp

  • Scenery around Morants Curve, Lake Louise

    Winter in the Canadian Rockies by train

    Canada
    • Travel from Vancouver to Jasper by overnight train.

    • Embark on a snowshoe hike in Jasper National Park with your guide.

    • Look out for elk, wolves, coyotes and moose on a winter wildlife tour.

    • Climb up a frozen waterfall in Jasper National Park.

    • Experience Lake Louise and Banff in all their winter glory.

    11 days from £3,215pp

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5 active winter experiences in Canada

It’s cold and snowy, yes, but that’s why Canada’s winter is ideal for trying some of the country’s more active experiences. Pedal an e-fat bike through wintry landscapes or climb a frozen waterfall. Specialists Lucy and Nathalie share their chosen activities.

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Sunset over Bow River, Banff

Winter in Canada for families

Canada specialist and former Banff National Park resident Lucy explains why she thinks winter is the best time to visit this vast and varied country. She also shares her suggestions for the best places to go in the winter as a family.

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A practical guide to winter in Canada

When preparing for a trip to Canada in the winter, it’s important to ensure that you’ve packed all the right things. Here, Canada specialist Lucy suggests what you should pack to help you to stay warm and enjoy your holiday to the fullest.

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