Top 5 New Trips 2017

Top 5 New Canadian Trips for 2017

Our new trips will take you from coast to coast and from sea level to the mountains. Whether it’s a challenging guided trek or a leisurely self guided cycle route, we’ve got you covered no matter what you're looking for.


Here are our top 5 new tours for 2017: (Don't worry, there are more to come!)


Hiker in Gros Morne National Park

1. The Gros Morne Traverse
The Gros Morne Traverse combines the famed Long Range Traverse and the otherworldly Tablelands – two of Canada’s most unique backpacking routes. It’s here that you can see the iconic fjords wedged between massive granite cliffs and walk on Earth’s exposed mantle.



Whistler Valley by Bike

Cycling over Green Lake in Whistler Valley | Photo ©Tourism Whistler/Feet Banks

2. Whistler Multisport
Whistler is synonymous with activity and that is exactly what this tour is designed for. Hike the famous mountains, bike the Sea to Sky trail, kayak and even try the Via Ferrata, if you have a head for heights! This is the ultimate summer adventure in Whistler.




Lake Superior - Sleeping Giant Provincial Park

Dusk at Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, Sibley Peninsula| Photo ©OTMP


3. Superior Fall Adventure
This fall adventure is the ultimate Canadian experience. Think campfire, traditional voyager canoes, aboriginal history, the rocky shores of Lake Superior and hiking in Sleeping Giant Provincial Park. Add fall foliage and you’ve got yourself a true Canadian experience.




Cycling le Petit Train du Nord

The old train station in Nominingue, Quebec | Photo ©Tourisme Laurentides


4. Le Petit Train du Nord
Le Petit Train du Nord follows, like the French name suggests, an old railway line in Quebec’s picturesque countryside. Starting just outside Montreal, this gentle bicycle route is 200km long and passes quaint Quebecois villages, restored train stations and lush Laurentides scenery.




Crossing the Chilkoot Pass

Crossing the Chilkoot Pass | Photo ©Mark Daffey


5. Women’s Chilkoot
Trace the steps of thousands of men and women who came here over a hundred years ago seeking the riches of the Klondike Goldfields. Here you can experience the real Yukon and witness the grandeur of its wilderness onboard a scenic float plane.




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