Canoeists at Nuk Tessli Wilderness Experience with view of the Coast Mountains (Monarch Range), Whitton Lake, BC.

Haida Gwaii, west of Prince Rupert, Pacific Ocean. 
Remote and rugged archipelago is home to the Haida First Nation.

Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve and Haida Heritage Site, Graham Island
Extraordinary natural scenery and cultural treasures, including ancient totems.

Khutzeymateen Inlet West Conservancy, near Prince Rupert
Grizzly bear sanctuary; accessible only by boat with a guide.

Great Bear Rainforest, Kitimat-Stikine
Home to the rare, white Kermode or Spirit bear.

Fan Tan Alley, Victoria
The narrowest street in Canada.

Malahat Skywalk, Vancouver Island
An accessible 600m TreeWalk to a gentle 32m spiral ramp.

UNESCO Global Geopark, Tumbler Ridge
Landscapes of geological significance.

Fort Langley National Historic Site, Fort Langley
one of the BC’s original Hudson’s Bay Company fur trading

Capilano Suspension Bridge, North Vancouver
An expansive bridge in the Canadian wilderness.

Bridal Veil Falls, Chilliwack
Cascading waterfall creates the appearance of a flowing veil.

Othello Tunnels, Hope
Former railway tunnels now open to hikers.

Hell’s Gate Airtram, Boston Bar
An exhilarating ride over the raging Fraser River.

The Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin, Williams Lake
First Nations and early settlers; BC Cowboy Hall of Fame.

Barkerville Historic Town & Park, Barkerville
Rebuilt gold rush town; costumed interpreters, gold panning.

Historic Hat Creek Ranch, Hat Creek
Heritage site; era-specific experiences and activities.

The Spotted Lake (Kliluk), Osoyoos
A sacred lake composed of over 300 separate pools of highly concentrated minerals.

Adams River Salmon Run, Thompson-Nicola region
Every four years, millions of salmon fill a river so densely that its waters turn red.

Okanagan Lake, Kelowna
Believed to be the home of “Ogopogo,” a giant sea serpent.

Skookumchuck Narrows, Egmont
The water swaps direction twice a day, whipping into a frenzy of whirlpools and rapids.

Nk’Mip Cellars, Osoyoos
Indigenous-owned winery located within Canada’s only desert-like ecosystem.

Yoho National Park, Field
Fossils, trails, and waterfalls.



Ram Falls, YaHa Tinda ~ photo courtesy Travel Alberta

Wood Buffalo National Park, northern Alberta
The world’s largest dark sky preserve; protected Wood Bison herd.

The Hoodoos, Drumheller
Hoodoos naturally eroded land formations, stand 20 feet tall in the badlands.

Red Rock Coulee, Orion
Huge spherical rocks in the middle of the prairie.

Columbia Icefield, Icefield Parkway
A surviving remnant of the thick ice mass that once mantled most of Western Canada.

Medicine Lake, Jasper area
Every fall, this alpine lake mysteriously drains.

Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park, Aden
Blackfoot petroglyphs date back as far as 7,000 B.C.

Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, Granum
Historic First Nations bison drive kill site.

Last Chance Saloon, Wayne
Cross a multitude of bridges to get to this ghost town saloon.

Nose Hill Siksikaitsitapi Medicine Wheel, Calgary
First Nations medicine wheel.

Frank Slide, Bellevue
The museum dedicated to the landslide that wiped out the town of Frank.

Alberta Railway Museum, Edmonton
Featuring a centuries-year-old steam engine.

Reynolds-Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin
Automotive, farming machinery, and aviation museum.

Iniskim Umaapi (Majorville Medicine Wheel), Vulcan County
A remote medicine wheel dating back 4,500 years.

Donalda Lamp Museum, Donalda
The museum is home to thousands of classic coal and kerosene lanterns.

Remington Carriage Museum, Cardston
One of the largest collections of horse-drawn conveyances in the world.

Northern Rockies Museum of Culture and Heritage, Hinton
The history of the Northern Rockies.

Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village, Lamont County
Living museum, costumed interpreters, demonstrations.

Metis Crossing, Smoky Lake
Immersive experiences, cultural education, exhibits and art.

Elk Island National Park, Fort Saskatchewan
Bison, elk, and other wild animals in this national park.


The Crooked Bush, located in the Rural Municipality of Douglas near Hafford and Speers, is called a botanical mystery by the Friends of the Crooked Bush and was declared one of the ’54 Wonders of Canada’ by CBC’s ‘Morningside’ show.

Prince Albert National Park, Prince Albert
Wildlife, bison, lakes with beaches made of crushed jewels & the cabin of Grey Owl.

Fort Walsh National Historic Site, Maple Creek
Seasonal museum, fort, buildings, costumed interpreters, RCMP cemetery.

RCMP Heritage Centre, Regina
Training centre for Canada’s RCMP. Museum, guided tours, recruits on parade.

Batoche National Historic Site, Batoche
Batoche was the headquarters of the famous Métis, Louis Riel. Museum, guides, canoe tours.

Cypress Hills, Maple Creek
The highest point in Saskatchewan; outdoor pursuits, including camping, riding, interpretive sites.

Grasslands National Park, Val Marie
Bison, camping, museum.

T.Rex Discovery Centre, Eastend
Museum featuring one of the world’s most complete T Rex skeletons.

Twisted Trees, Speers
A boardwalk through the unnerving grove of Quaking Aspen.

Great Sand Hills, Prelate
These little-known sands dunes are massive and a geological anomaly.

Wanuskewin Heritage Park, Saskatoon
Museum, displays, events, interpreters of the Great Plains indigenous people.

Little Manitou Lake, Manitou Beach
The famed buoyant mineral lake known for its healing powers.

St. Victor Petroglyphs, Saint Victor
Outcropping with the largest collection of pre-contact petroglyphs in Saskatchewan.

Fuchs Wildlife Exhibit, Lloydminster
This Canadian exhibit holds claim as the largest one-man taxidermy collection in North America.

Motherwell Homestead National Historic Site, Abernethy
Museum, live animals, agricultural tours

Castle Butte, Bengough
Big Muddy badlands natural attraction.

Big Muddy/Outlaw Cave Tours, Coronach
Natural attraction, historic tour.

Saskatchewan Burrowing Owl Interpretive Centre, Moose Jaw
Burrowing Owl viewing sites, information.

Prairie Wind & Silver Sage, Val Marie
Museum, Western Trail Heritage site (cattle drives from Texas to Canada).

Cannington Manor Provincial Historic Park, Moose Mountain Provincial Park
Provincial Historic Park, museum, Heritage site.

Western Development Museum, Moose Jaw
Museum, rail tour.

Great Sandhills Museum & Interpretive Centre, Sceptre

Fort Battleford National Historic Site, The Battlefords
National Historic Site, museum, interpreters, tours.

Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area, NWA Headquarters, Simpson
Bird/wildlife viewing sites, public trails, oldest bird sanctuary in North America.



Riding Mountain National Park Boat Launch ~ photo courtesy Travel Manitoba

Churchill River Beluga Whales, Churchill
Wild and gentle beluga whales.

Winnipeg the Bear Statue, Winnipeg
This statue commemorates the WWI origins of the beloved character, Winnie-the-Pooh.

Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Winnipeg
The world’s first museum dedicated to exploring human rights.

Longitudinal Centre of Canada, Lorette
This specific landmark is the geographic centre of Canada.

Prairie Dog Central Railway, Rosser
The oldest operating steam locomotive and heritage railway.

International Peace Garden, Boissevain
Park straddling the United States-Canadian border has been a symbol of peace since 1932.

Fort Gibraltar, Winnipeg
The intense competition of the 19th-century fur trading industry played out at this fort.

Glass Bottle Houses, Treherne
Buildings all made entirely of recycled glass bottles.

Upper Fort Garry Provincial Park, Winnipeg
Fort Garry was a pivotal post for the Hudson’s Bay Company.

The Forks, Winnipeg
Meeting, shopping, strolling area home to Manitoba Children’s Museum.

Polar Bears of Churchill
Churchill is known as the “Polar Bear Capital of the World.”

Grand Beach, Grand Beach Provincial Park
Huge stretch of soft sand beach on the shores of Lake Winnipeg.

Riding Mountain National Park
Recreation area and nature reserve. Home of naturalist, Grey Owl.

Gimli & the Icelandic Festival of Manitoba
A small resort town on the shores of Lake Winnipeg.

Whiteshell Provincial Park
A popular summer destination for Winnipeggers.

Lower Fort Gary National Historic Site, Andrews
The only stone fort from the fur trading era to survive intact in North America.

Narcisse Snake Dens, Narcisse
In spring, tens of thousands of red-sided garter snakes emerge from hibernation.

Canadian Fossil Discovery Center, Morden
Canada’s largest collection of marine reptile fossils.

Mennonite Village, Steinbach
Recreation of Mennonite life from the 16th century on.