Top 14 Coolest Places In Canada You Must Visit
Trips of a lifetime.
We have way too many cool places in Canada.
Can you blame us? This country is huuuuuuuge! We'd need 10 lifetimes to explore it all.
When we originally planned this post we realized it would be way too big and we couldn't possibly fit everything we wanted to mention inside. But luckily we managed to group them all up in categories so we could bring you the top 150 coolest places to visit in Canada in 2016.
And it's time to peruse the list and plan your ultimate Canadian getaway!
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Canada’s “Glacier Skywalk” In Alberta
Imagine taking a stroll onto a platform take give you one of the most breathtaking views in the world. You look down through the glass floor and see bird flying below, then you realize that this glass is the only thing separating you from a 900+ foot drop.
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Georgian Bay Grotto In Ontario
This is easily the prettiest attraction in Ontario. It is a massive cave on the shore, carved out by the waves of Georgian Bay over thousands of years.
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Sainte-Ursule Falls In Quebec
Several walking paths and forests to explore nearby. And yes, in case you were wondering, there is a suspended foot bridge. And since simply looking at the falls isn’t excitement enough, there is a gaming area nearby so you can play a quick game of pétanque. Animals are permitted as long as they are on a leash.
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Northwest Territories’ Diavik Diamond Mine
No, this image is not photoshopped. It is known as the Diavik Diamond Mine and it Canada’s largest diamond mine and one of the most valuable diamond mines in the world.
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The GIANT Maze Near Montreal
Less than half an hour drive from Montreal you’ll find Le Verger Labonté. Not only do they have apple picking, they also have treasure hunts, pumpkin picking in the fall, outdoor games, picnics and of course labyrinths.
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Morraine Lake In Vancouver
Moraine Lake is a glacially lake in Banff National Park. It is situated in the Valley of the Ten Peaks. The lake, being glacially fed, only fills up by mid to late June. When it is full, it reflects a distinctive shade of blue.
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Rivière La Guerre In Quebec
Here’s a sad little story. A small town named Riviere La Guerre attracted a lot of immigrants interested in the wood trade, but when a construction accident nearby caused the canal to flood, the inhabitants were forced to abandon the town.
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Pingualuit Crater In Quebec
The Pingualuit Crater formerly called Chubb Crater and New Quebec Crater is a young impact crater located on the Ungava Peninsula.
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Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie In Quebec
The Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie are among the highest rock faces East of the Rockies! It features steep slopes, some amazing natural surroundings, and of course the beautiful Rivière Malbaie
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l’Île-Bonaventure-et-du-Rocher-Percé In Quebec
Quebec just has an obsession with the long names? This is the place to see the famous pierced rock which has become a Quebec icon.
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Quebec’s Lavender Fields
Not only is this place gorgeous, it offers a ton of activities from June to September. There’s wine tasting, massage therapy, yoga retreats, food festivals, art, cruises, music and even family weekends
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Down to be one with nature? Beautiful. In that case, there’s no better place for you in Quebec than the gorgeous town of Chicoutimi. Not only does Chicoutimi offer a beautiful natural landscape, but it has tons of opportunities to for you explore it, too. They’ve got nature walks, sightseeing tours, hiking paths, and much, much more.
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Domaine de la Foret Perdue In Quebec
Ice skating rinks can be a lot of fun but they can also get boring pretty quickly. You basically have 2 options: Skate around in a circle endlessly, or take your chances in the “pit of doom” at the center of the ice filled with a bunch of off balance children pushing chairs around. Well you can forget about all that because Quebec now has a 12 km long labyrinth skating rink!
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Vancouver's Classic Chinese Garden
This place is breathtaking. Step through the door you instantly journey back in time to 15th Century China.