Backroad Adventures

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Discover Canada’s Best Backroad Adventures

With close to 10,000,000 km2 (385,000,000 mi2) of land to explore, there is a lot see and do in Canada – you never know what you might come across while travelling across the country’s highways, rural roads and backroads. In fact, you can expect to encounter something unique around almost every corner. From the postcard-perfect lighthouses of the Maritimes to scenic drives along Ontario’s colonization roads, the roadside attractions and rural museums of Manitoba, ancient fossil sites in Alberta, the big trees and waterfalls of BC and beyond, Canada is chock full of natural and man-made attractions. That is why we pack as much information as possible into our maps about all the best things to see and do while road tripping across our great nation.






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Warm Up With These Winter Camping Tips!

Whether you are ringing in the New Year with friends surrounded by fabulous scenery, travelling on a budget, or planning a multi-day backcountry adventure, camping during winter can be just as comfortable and enjoyable as any other season! Instead of packing up your camping gear for the season, pack up a few essential items and get ready for some awesome …

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The Ultimate Rocky Mountain Road Trip

The Rocky Mountains are by far the most popular destination for visitors, both from and to Canada. The National Parks that straddle these majestic peaks; Banff, Jasper, Kootenay and Yoho are considered the Crown Jewels of the Parks Canada park system. With so much to see and do, where do you begin? Here are a few useful hints and trip …

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Ultimate Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Road Trip

World famous canoe routes, cattle ranching, Gold Rush trails, rainforests and spirit bears, the diverse makeup of the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast is an explorer’s dream. For its vast area, there are few main highways or paved roads running through the region. However, thousands of kilometres of backroads abound and it would be easy to lose yourself for days, or even months, discovering this unique part of British Columbia.

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