Sightseeing Guides and Trips in CanadaBelow are popular Sightseeing guides and trips in Canada that you can use to plan your next adventure. You can download guides, including a detailed map, description and points of interest for a small fee to your iPhone or Android.
A day hike past Rockies glaciers and their creations - Canada's third highest waterfall and hidden lakes.
A full day one way hike from Lynn Valley to the top of Grouse mountain via Hanes Valley and its treacherous scree slope
Think Lake Louise without the crowds and with better chances of seeing North American wildlife.
A trail through Vancouver's natural, urban and gourmet highlights.
Bucolic parks, quaint cottages, sun, sand and more, just a fun ferry ride from downtown.
Sprawling and diverse, this fast-paced commercial capital harbors an edgy, artistic soul.
The Grind is Vancouver’s most popular hike with 2830 steps and an average 56% slope.
Book-ended by lunch & dinner, a walking tour of the historic neighbourhood including a visit to Riverdale Park.
A coastal playground basks in its post-Olympics glow.
Must-see points of interest, museums and more when visiting one of Canada's most cultured cities.
Montreal offers visitors a diverse feast of flavors and boasts the most chefs per capita in North America.
Sometimes the best way to get a sense of a city is to experience it visually
Niagara Escarpment Crevice Caves of the Beaver Valley
Where the Past and the Present Complement One Another
Young, vibrant, fresh, multi-cultural, and west coast.
A quiet stroll in the middle of Strathcona County
Montreal is a fun city for all ages, including kids who will marvel at Montreal's history, culture and art offerings.
This popular area is known for its colorful houses, cafes, trendy shops, art galleries, bars and green spaces.
Formerly fusty and nondescript Ossington Avenue is now a Toronto hot spot.
A walk through Canada's most history-rich city