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All Aboard The Rocky MountaineerCanada encompasses the largest area in the Western Hemisphere, a diverse geography that traverses the subtle Laurentian Mountains of Quebec to the sharp apogees of the Canadian Rockies to the dramatic coastal ranges of British Columbia. Traveling by VIA Rail and the Rocky Mountaineer reveals the nuances of this vast country, beginning with 24 hours in Montréal, one of North America’s most cosmopolitan cities.

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Ice Road Driving in CanadaMade popular by the TV show Ice Road Truckers, you'll need to pack your long johns (and maybe your snow shoes) for this ULTIMATE Canadian Ice road driving adventure from Whitehorse, Yukon Territory to Tuktoyaktuk in the Northwest Territories.

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Churchill | Polar Bear Capital of the WorldChurchill, Manitoba is the undisputed Polar Bear Capital of the World. Every year, this remote little town welcomes thousands of nature lovers from across the globe, who come for the rare opportunity to see polar bears in their natural habitat.

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Hotel de Glace: Quebec City Ice Hotel

by JenniferMerrick November - last edited November

The Quebec City Ice HotelDrinks on ice, definitely. But sleeping on ice? That's hard to fathom. Yet despite preconceptions, over 48,000 visitors have done just that at the Quebec City Ice Hotel.

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The Loop: A Winnipeg Walking Tour

The Loop is an 8km downtown Winnipeg walking tour that reveals the city’s rich history, Chicago-style modernist architecture, and enthusiastic food culture with 49 numbered stops. Visit some (or all) of them to become acquainted with this big little city’s central neighbourhoods.

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Chemin du Roy from Quebec to Montreal

Fun-loving and cosmopolitan, Montreal is Quebec's largest city and the second biggest francophone population in the world. 250 kilometres to the east lies Quebec City, the province's cultural and romantic capital. Both cities are celebrated for their festival atmosphere, history, artistic flare, and good food. To get from Quebec City to Montreal, take a drive down the historic Chemin du Roy.

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