The Canadian wilderness is home to some of the world’s most incredible wildlife. In a day, you can witness grizzlies fishing for salmon, come face to face with a majestic moose and watch a breaching humpback whale off the coast. For wildlife photographers, the dramatic landscapes of Canada provide the ultimate setting whilst nature lovers are bound to be blown away by the diverse flora and fauna that awaits around every corner.
Canada’s landscapes are primed for a hiking adventure and its many thousands of trails are fit for any age and ability. Whether it be heli-hiking in the mountains, or a gentle stroll around one of its many alpine lakes, no matter your fitness or walking preferences, there is bound to be something that appeals to everyone.
Canada’s formidable scenery is primed for discovery on four wheels. Roads skirt majestic mountain passes, shimmering blue lakes and endless wilderness making for a journey you and your loved ones will never forget. Whether its that of a sparkling ocean, a lush pine forest, a thundering waterfall, a craggy peak or a gurgling stream, there is a postcard perfect view awaiting at every turn in the road.
The soaring mountains and thick forests of inland British Columbia are a thrilling wilderness where hikers roam through flower-filled meadows and grizzly bears fish for salmon, but venturing to the coast provides just as much fun and adventure. Our specialists have handpicked their favourite ways to spend their days in Coastal BC.
A pristine wilderness on a scale difficult to imagine, Canada’s glaciated Rocky Mountains are a true adventure playground with a huge range of activities on offer. From hiking to horse-riding and of course wildlife spotting, there is no end of things to do. Here’s our lowdown on the top ten ways to spend your days in this grand region, which spans the provinces of Alberta and British Columbia...
Delta Whistler Village Suites
Whistler, British Columbia, Canada
Best for: Family, Spectacular scenery, Walking Trekking
Delta Whistler Village Suites boasts an exceptional location right at the base of Blackcomb Mountain from which you can explore Whistler's great outdoors. With views from each room, it's a good option for both families and couples.
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The Delta Suites hotel is an excellent option for those wishing to visit the beautiful mountain village of Whistler. Its location right at the base of the mountain makes for a convenient stay and guests can get out and explore easily and quickly. The hotel is also within an 8 minute walk to all the trendy shops and restaurants which is ideal for an evening stroll.
Guestrooms are well-equipped with full kitchens and balconies, so you can make the most of your view and have a cosy night in after a day of adventure. There are also three hot tubs and a swimming pool as well as a spa which are great for relaxing after exploring the mountain landscape during the day.
When to go
Most famous for its premier ski resort status, Whistler is an incredible outdoor adventure playground in the summer. With plenty of sunshine and warm days (temperatures often reach 27 degrees in July and August), visitors can do a variety of activities including mountain biking, hiking, ziplining, bear viewing and even white-water rafting. It's great to see the village of Whistler bustling in the summer, with plenty of action and things going on.
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Things to do
Salmon Bake by ATV
Enjoy a unique dining experience journey by ATV to the Crystal Hut, perched atop Blackcomb Mountain at 6,000ft and overlooking the beautiful scenery.
Peak 2 Peak Gondola
Spanning three kilometres between Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains, the world record-breaking Peak 2 Peak Gondola is a breathtaking journey with 360-degree views. Access via the Whistler Village Gondola.
Whistler Bear Viewing
Rising above Whistler Village are the vast coastal hemlock-cedar forests of the Whistler Blackcomb ski area. These forests, interspersed with ski trails, provide diverse food and shelter for curious black bears.
Holiday ideas including a stay in this property
Vancouver, Ashcroft, Whistler, Sunshine Coast
This two-week, self-drive adventure in British Columbia will leave the entire family with amazing memories as you explore vibrant Vancouver, an authentic western ranch, the mountain town of Whistler and a remote coastal adventure lodge.