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six of the best locations in Canada
Situated in the Valley of the Ten Peaks, at more than 6,000 feet high, Moraine Lake is one of the most photographed places in Western Canada. Moraine Lake is found in the Banff National Park and became particularly famous after it was featured on Canada’s $20 note.
Vieux-Quebec, or Old Quebec, is an historic district in Quebec City, a French part of Canada. Today it is a tourist district with many small boutiques and hundreds of historic points of interest, including the Citadel, known as “Gibraltar of the Americas” and the iconic Chateau Frontenac.
Niagara Falls is, in reality, three waterfalls on the border between the United States and Canada. Horseshoe Falls is the largest one and is located mainly on the Canadian side. A huge quantity of water flows from Lake Erie into Lake Ontario, dropping 57 metres with such force that the ground shakes and the noise is deafening.
Churchill, on the remote shores of Hudson Bay 1000km north of Winnipeg, only has 1000 residents in the province of Manitoba, but it is shared by an equal number of polar bears! It is nicknamed the “Polar Bear Capital of the World”. It is also known as a beluga whale watching hotspot and one of the best places to see the northern lights.
Jasper National Park in the Alberta province is the largest of Canada’s Rocky Mountain Parks. It has spectacular valley, rugged mountains, glaciers, forests, alpine meadows and wild rivers. Athabasca Falls is a powerful, picturesque waterfall, known not so much for its height as its tremendous force.
On the shores of Lake Ontario in Canada’s biggest city, Toronto, is the iconic CN Tower. The tower stands an impressive 553 metres high and dominates the skyline. At the top is a fine dining restaurant, which overlooks the city and lake. The Lookout and the Glass Floor offer amazing views of the entire area.
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