CANADIAN AFFAIR - THE TRAVEL EXPERTS

Winter Holidays in Canada

Canada's not just for summer

Canada isn't just for summer. And the winter isn't all about skiing and après, either! Canada does have incredible powder snow and world-class ski resorts, granted. But it also has crisp blue skies, the Northern Lights, sleigh rides, dog-sledding, ice climbing, glaciers and tons more activities on offer.

Reshma Madhaparia, Canadian Affair Travel Expert

Canada Travel Expert

Destinations

Find winter fun

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Activities

Skiing to skating

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Adventures

Ice climbing to sledding

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Experiences

Food, drink & relaxation

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Festivals

Winter specials

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Weather

Top Tips

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See winter in Canada for yourself

Get a sneak peak of the stunning beauty and snowy activities that winter in Canada boasts.

Top winter activities

Discover some of our favourite things to see and places to go in winter in Canada.

dog-sledding

Dog sledding in the Rockies

One of the most iconic winter experiences in Canada. Settle back into a cosy, fur-lined sled or mush your own team of huskies beneath the snowy mountain peaks. Dog sled tours can last from a couple of hours to a whole day, with treats like campfires and hot chocolate. Meeting the friendly huskies is definitely a highlight.

the PATH system

The PATH system

Montréal and Toronto have an innovative PATH system - a maze of tunnels linking you from shop to shop and even hotels, without going outside.

skating on the Rideau Canal

The Rideau Canal

Ottawa’s UNESCO Site freezes over to become the longest skating rink in the world. You’ll even find shops and food stalls on the ice.

winter in Tremblant

Tremblant Resort

The mountain resort of Mont Tremblant is ideal for a winter holiday. It’s tucked away in the Laurentian Mountains on the shores of Lake Tremblant.

northern lights in canada

The Northern Lights

Winter is the best time to view the aurora, and Canada has some of the world's best spots. Head to Jasper, Yellowknife or Whitehorse.

whistler at christmas

Adventure in Whistler

Whistler’s not just for ski. It’s a resort for everyone with a lovely pedestrian village, beautiful hotels and lodges and two huge mountains to enjoy. There are plenty of non-ski activities like snow-shoeing, tubing, tobogganing and zip lining. Plus, some incredible spas! You’ll be planning your return before you’ve dusted the snow off your boots.

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