Winter in Canada: There’s So Much To Discover

Winter In Canada Is Beautiful 

Canada has 4 seasons and with each one has it’s own beauty and uniqueness. But a lot of people shy away from the Winter season as a time to take a Canadian trip. When in fact there are so many things to see and do. Each province offering their own set of sights to see and festivals to attend. You can skate the Rideau Canal, learn the art of making maple syrup at Nova Scotia’s Moon Farm or explore the ice-walk in Alberta’s Johnston Canyon in Banff. The possibilities are endless and adventure awaits you at every turn. Canada is truly a special and beautiful place.

Rideau Canal

Discover the UNESCO Historical site, the Rideau Canal in Ottawa Ontario. Also known as the world’s largest skating rink. It was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007. The canal was built between 1826 and 1834 by Colonel John By of the British Royal Engineers. The canal winds around the city with a total of 7.8km from downtown to Dows Lake. In the winter you’re able to skate the entire canal and along the way enjoy stops to try some delicious beaver tails, hot chocolate and maple taffy. If you can’t make it during the winter months you can still enjoy the canal anytime of the year. There are beautiful scenic paths to walk or take a boat. Canada is well known for maple syrup and what’s more Canadian than that? Learn the art of making maple syrup at Moon Farms in Nova Scotia.

Sugar Moon Farms

This has to be one of the most iconic and classic Canadian activities, making maple syrup. At Sugar Moon Farms you’ll have the opportunity to learn the art of making this delicious treat. Located only 90 minutes outside of Halifax, the farm also has beautiful trails to hike and all-day brunch, maple tasting and sugar camp tours. If you’re into good food you might want to take part in the Sugar Moon’s Chef nights. Where you’ll get to try the most amazing meal made by one of the provinces finest chefs. However, maybe you want a trip with more adventure. Sign up for one of the ice-walks at Alberta’s Johnston Canyon Ice walk tours.

Ice Walk

Canada looks stunning in the winter, it might be cold but if you’re dress properly then you’ll be able to enjoy the experience. Get your parka ready for an incredible hike around Johnston Canyon with a tour guide and learn about the history of the canyon. You’ll see lots of ice formations and being in a small group, you’ll get a much more intimate experience. The canyon has a network of steel catwalks built into the side of the canyon walls and walk right past the amazing ice cathedral walls. You can choose between 3 unique tours and at the end of them warm up with some hot chocolate and eat their famous maple cookies. This is a great adventure and it’s waiting for you to discover it this winter.

Getting To The Airport

We can make sure you get to the airport on time in order to make your flight. You can get excited on the way to the airport and not have to worry about traffic, just consecrate on your upcoming winter adventure. Once you choose the vehicle you think will fit your group simply book it and we’ll be there. See you soon!