Canada & USA Destination Planner 2019-20 Canada Destination Planner - Page 6

WELCOME / Canada Welcome to Canada & Alaska Alaska Breathtaking coastlines, rushing rivers, rolling tundra, abundant wildlife and white -capped mountains like no where else on Earth. From vast nature to rich culture, experience mushing a team of sled dogs across a glacier, fish for the largest king salmon in the world, flyover the colossal Katmai brown bears and be impressed by the spectacular Mt. Denali. Northwest Territories View awesome displays of Northern Lights at midnight in autumn and winter, drive across the Arctic Circle, hop a bush plane and go flightseeing over the Nahanni or the Mackenzie Delta in this remote and truly unique province. Yukon With a powerful frontier image, the Yukon offers stunning wilderness and wildlife with easy access to extraordinary backcountry. Enjoy active adventure and explore the heritage and cultural attractions in the charming villages and hamlets. Tuktoyaktuk Inuvik Alaska NORTHWEST TERRITORIES Fairbanks Denali Dawson City Canada YUKON Yellowknife Anchorage British Columbia Canada’s westernmost province is home to the cosmopolitan city of Vancouver and the quaint English heritage city of Victoria. British Columbia is blessed with breathtaking landscapes and geographical diversity that lends itself to a vast array of activities and adventures. Prince William Sound Whitehorse Fort Nelson Fort McMurray BRITISH COLUMBIA ALBERTA Prince Rupert Prince George Port Hardy Edmonton Jasper Sun Peaks Whistler Tofino Banff Kamloops Vancouver SASKATCHEW Saskatoon Lake Louise Calgary Regina Victoria United St Alberta Alberta’s grandeur and beauty are obvious from the moment of arrival. Rolling foothills, intimidating mountains and prehistoric hoodoos are a few of Alberta’s many distinct natural landmarks, including the impressive Rocky Mountains. View emerald lakes, snow-capped mountains, diverse wildlife, and experience an array of adventure activities in the world-famous national parks of Banff and Jasper. A year round destination including an abundance of winter adventure 04 Saskatchewan Along with a rich mix of history and culture, Saskatchewan offers visitors endless freshwater fishing, water-based recreation opportunities, abundant wildlife, uncrowded parks, outdoor adventures like canoeing and horseback-riding, farm vacations and amazing and accessible golf. Visit Saskatoon, a city divided by the winding South Saskatchewan River, which is joined by a series of bridges and lined with several kilometres of trails to jog, walk and explore.