7 Mesmerizing Images On Canada’s Winter Destinations That Will Give You Serious Vacation Goals

Winter is a great time to explore Canada, with a variety of fun destinations across the country.

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Even though the winter season is frightful, in some places of Canada, it’s just delightful. Winter is a great time to explore Canada, with a variety of fun destinations across the country.

It’s a season when you can ski on top of mountains, ice skate on frozen water, see some rare wildlife, explore some exploding glaciers or witness the eye-soothing Northern Lights. It’s the time when big cities like Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal burst with world-class festivals which are simply amazing to experience.

Even if you’re not a fan of cold weather, there are some plausible explanations of why you should plan your trip during this time of the year in Canada. First of all, certain times of the winter offer extremely affordable airfares and hotel rates. Second, not the entire country is freezing in winter. Some cities in Western Canada which includes Vancouver and Victoria have moderate climates.

These are the top seven destinations in Canada which will leave you in awe.


Yellowknife, Northwest Territories

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Niagara Falls, Ontario

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VanDusen Botanical Garden Festival of Lights, Vancouver, British Columbia

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Parliament Hill, Ottawa, Ontario

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Old Port skating rink, Montréal, Québec

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 Calgary, Alberta

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Mont-Tremblant, Quebec

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