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Ziplining in Whistler, British Columbia

Miners employed cable-pulley travel as far back as the mid–19th century, yet the technology has only recently been enlisted by eco-tourism outfitters,...more

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Yorkville

The city's most expensive shopping district is a former hippie enclave where Neil Young got his start back in the late '60s. Like so many of that generation...more

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Yaletown, Vancouver, British Columbia

This downtown district, once a maze of railyards and dilapidated warehouses, has been getting trendier ever since it was cleaned up for the 1986 World's Fair....more

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Wreck Beach, Vancouver, British Columbia

Canada's largest nude beach has become a mecca for an estimated 100,000 sun worshippers determined to avoid tan lines each summer. Officially, the 3.6-mile...more

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Whitewater Riverboarding, Banff + Jasper

Kayakers float atop rapids; riverboarders ride in them. An especially intimate way to experience a body of water, the sport demands you don a wet suit, gloves,...more

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Vancouver Aquarium, Vancouver, British Columbia

Visitors with kids should plan to spend at least half a day at the aquarium—it's chock-full of activities and interactive exhibits designed just for...more

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Upper Hot Springs, Banff National Park, Alberta

Even before their "discovery" in 1884, the hot springs at the foot of Sulphur Mountain were considered sacred (and darn comfortable) by natives. Its...more

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The Toronto Islands, Toronto, Ontario

A pastoral, car-free retreat from the Big Smoke (and incidentally the place where Babe Ruth hit his first professional home run), the islands are a brief ferry...more

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Toronto International Film Festival, Toronto, Ontario

The largest film festival in North America isn't Utah's Sundance, and it isn't New York's Tribeca—it's the nonstop blitz of screenings, starlet sightings,...more

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Summer Sports, Fernie, British Columbia

The alpine trails, lakes, and summits around the Elk Valley are spectacular hiking terrain. The Elk lift is open June 1 to September 5 to take outdoor...more

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