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Destination(s): Banff

Ship and Anchor Pub

Ship and Anchor Pub

  • 534 17th Avenue South West
  • tel:403 245 3333
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  • Calgary, T2S 0B1
Calgary Tower

Calgary Tower

  • 101 9th Avenue SW
  • 9th Ave. and Centre St. SW
  • tel:403 266 7171
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  • Calgary, T2P 1J9
Molly Malone's Irish Pub

Molly Malone's Irish Pub

  • 1153 Kensington Crescent NW
  • tel:403 296 3200
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  • Calgary, T2N 1X7
Kitsilano "Kits" Beach

Kitsilano "Kits" Beach

  • Cornwall Avenue & Arbutus Street
  • tel:+1 604 257 8400 (Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation)
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  • Vancouver, V6J 1C8
Tunnel Mountain

Tunnel Mountain

Even though it's called Tunnel Mountain, there is no tunnel involved. The mountain got its name when CPR proposed a train route there in 1882. But the lack of tunnel doesn't make this hike any less enjoyable. It starts within city limits so it's easily accessible – you can walk there from Banff Ave., and makes for a great day, or half-day excursion. The trail is well-maintained, heavily used and an ideal spot for visitors to get to know the area. You'll often see wildlife in and around the trail as well. The top offers a great view of the town and surrounding area, so bring your camera. read more about Tunnel Mountain

Lake Agnes Hike

Lake Agnes Hike

There's a 7 km hiking trail that will take you along the lake to a teahouse at the top, and there are several activities you can do in the area, such as hiking, skiing, biking and fishing. Morraine Lake is close by as well. read more about Lake Agnes Hike

Maroon-Snowmass Trail

Maroon-Snowmass Trail

  • 806 West Hallam Street
  • tel:+1 970 925 3445
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  • Aspen, 81611
Johnston Canyon and the Ink Pots

Johnston Canyon and the Ink Pots

This self-guided hiking trail 20 km west of Banff is one of the more famous hikes in the area for a reason. The trail is a good choice for any level of outdoorsman, from the energetic hiker to those looking for a casual walk through the woods. Johnston Canyon's views are breathtaking, with a creek, a series of waterfalls and beautiful rock formations. If you have more energy, continue on to the end of the 5.5 km trail where you'll find the Ink Pots, natural springs that appear to be coloured by glacial sediment. read more about Johnston Canyon and the Ink Pots

Montmorency Falls Park

Montmorency Falls Park

  • 2490 Royale Avenue
  • (Near Larue)
  • tel:+1 418 663 3330
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  • Quebec City, G1C 1S1
Paramount Canada's Wonderland

Paramount Canada's Wonderland

  • 9580 Jane St
  • (Hwy 400 @ Major McKenzie)
  • tel:+1 905 832 7000 / +1 905 832 8131
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  • Vaughn, L6A 1S6
Crocodile Rock

Crocodile Rock

  • 240 Adelaide St West
  • (At Duncan)
  • tel:416 599 9751
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  • Toronto, M5H 1W7
Kensington Market

Kensington Market

  • 67 Kensington Avenue
  • (at Dundas Street West)
  • tel:+1 416 392 0880
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  • Toronto, M5T 2K2

Kensington Market is one of Toronto's most diverse neighbourhoods. It is designated as a national historic site in the city and is best to explore by foot or bike. The Market itself has a variety of goods and is home to a happening art scene. In the 1960s and 70s, it became Toronto's home for counter-cultural thinking and a meeting point for eco-politics. Visitors to Kensington can relax and let the neighbourhood move them along — through the bakeries, butchers, bulk vendors, cafes and vintage clothing shops that line every square inch of storefront space.
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Queen Street West

Queen Street West

  • Queen Street West & Bathhurst St
  • tel:+1 416 203 2600(Tourist Information)
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  • Toronto, M5V 2B7

Queen West, and particularly the strip between University and Spadina avenues, is well-known as Toronto's hub for trendy fashions and young hipster crowds. Out of town youth eagerly flock to this part of Queen to hang out near the Much Music headquarters and to shop and eat their way through the big name designer shops and cafes that line the street.

West Queen West, which lies west of Bathurst Street, draws a more alternative, artistic crowd and, while increasingly gentrified, it remains relatively untouched by large bands of visitors. Uber-trendy designer, vintage and decor shops as well as galleries and really good independent cafes dominate the streetscape here. This is a great part of the city to grab leisurely brunch in before spending the afternoon roaming the neighbourhood's bookstores, boutiques and taking a stroll through Trinity Bellwoods Park. read more about Queen Street West