We love to snowboard. It is the best way to pass the long winters. It actually makes the cold weather quite enjoyable. There is nothing like racing down the hill on a sunny day. One of our favorite mini holiday destinations is Mont Tremblant. There is just enough adventure mixed in with the decadence of luxury hotels, fine wine and great food.
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There is no city more beautiful in the middle of Winter than Quebec City. Quebec City Winter Dave filmed there a several years ago for the Christmas movie Blizzard with Whoopie Goldberg and Christopher Plumber. If it is a magical enough setting for a Hollywood holiday film, it is certainly magical enough for us to spend a few days there… Read More
While paddling Dave commented on what an “Authentic Canadian Moment” we were having – Canoeing in the Rocky’s on the majestic Lake Louise. He managed to take some great views of the Glacier from a different angle than what others were stuck with being in front of the Chateau Fairmont. Also, looking back towards the hotel was quite beautiful and having the structure in front of the hills and forests gave a great perspective of just how large the land is.
About 3 hours north of Toronto way up in Central Ontario is one of our favorite places in the Province. Haliburton Forest is a nature lovers dream. A place for hiking, mountain biking and canoeing in the summer and cross country skiing, ice fishing and dog sledding in the winter. But it is the Haliburton Forest Wild Life and Reserve which houses… Read More
when I rented the movie One Week starring Joshua Jackson of Dawson’s Creek and more recently Fringe fame, I really wanted to hop in my car and drive west along the Trans Canada Highway to see what this country has to offer. It was a beautiful film that was certainly a “Love Letter to Canada” as one reviewer put it.