Canada borders three oceans, and it spans seven time-zones. With contrasting, spiraling land and lush local life, Canada boasts majestic mountains, bountiful cities and enticing coastlines. Visitors enjoy untapped lake lands, untouched rivers and undiscovered forests. Canada’s boon lies within its vast, complex landscapes, and its wonderful cities provide sophisticated experiences, shopping opportunities and fabulous food options.
Canada offers a wealth of history, information and innovation. With a blend of French and English, it marries casual and ceremonial customs to provide a dynamic and diverse environment.
The country has well-planted roots with the United States, and its border location has engendered a wonderful relationship between the two. The Canadian-American border is the lengthiest unguarded borderline on Earth. While Canada’s cultural, financial, geographical and economic partnerships with the U.S have thrived for generations; the country remains distinctly solitary in many ways.
As for recreation, Canadians enjoy a wealth of sports opportunities across the land, from the Shakespearean Festival to small and local events – the country’s beauty is evident throughout. Downhill and cross-country skiing are among Canada’s prime activities. Slopes, trails, lakes and mountainsides are always among the most popular destinations for travelers. Many popular destinations exist within a 100-mile radius of towns and cities, so nature is never hiding.
Canada’s major roadways are completely operable during winter, so towers, skiers and ski companies routinely thrive upon the temperature change. Many Canada natives enjoy ice skating, lake-going and wintertime hiking. Well-lit locales aren’t far from popular Canadian retreats. Warming huts are often available for individuals seeking a short reprieve from the cold, and snack bars are ever-prevalent across the landscape in sport areas.
From skiers to businessmen, locals to vacationers; Canada has delivered excitement and bountiful opportunities. Locals have enjoyed nature-filled entertainment and a cultural lodestone for people of all ages and ethnicity. Canada’s landscape welcomes all—every month of the year.