Sure, winter is coming and with just one look at those Sorels and negative temperatures all your instincts are telling you to huddle inside and not emerge until March, but instead of hibernating, why not make some Canadian travel plans this winter?
Ever wanted to ski the Rockies but not quite sure how to get started? This all-inclusive guide from Fairmont will help! Stay tuned next week when I share my highlights from a ski trip to Banff where I hit up Lake Louise and roadtripped through the Rockies for amazing inversion bluebird days at Revelstoke.
Introducing the cutest and coziest holiday activity that there ever was: Toronto’s very own Distillery District Christmas Market. This place is cuter than a French Bulldog puppy turtling on its back and cozier than being buried in a pillow-fort 7 episodes into Narcos.
For Westeros and for Canada. And we all know what that means. Well, depending where you are; harvest your crops and gather your men or haul all of your ski equipment out of storage. For all of us Canadians, we take great pride and privilege in being home to some world-class slopes. With over 200 ski resorts, including Forbes’ nominated #1 ski resort in the world (spoiler: Whistler), Canada has earned its reputation on the playing field, err, mountain(?).
Ever been to Vancouver? As of 24 hours ago I can say that I have!
As a proud Canadian, I was more than ashamed that I had never spent time in the most well-known west coast city in our country. I had flown there when I was younger on the way to a family ski trip in Kamloops, where MuchMusic’s Snow Job happened to be on and I saw Treble Charger and Shaggy in all their early 2000’s glory, but that's the closest I got.