From dense coastal forests to dry plateaus and mountain ranges that culminate in the Rockies, western Canada has something for everyone.

Foggy lake in Algonquin Park, Ontario

The geographical and historical heart of Canada is a vast expanse of natural and cultural gems that reaches to the wilds of Hudson Bay.

Cabot Trail, Nova Scotia

Scenic roads and ferries take you from quaint fishing towns to deep fjords, from gentle PEI to utterly wild Labrador.

Top-of-the-World Highway, Yukon & Alaska

Massive and wild, the Yukon and Alaska are a world all their own, with scenery on a truly grand scale, and more wildlife than people.