Hidden Canada 2021

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two people walking through a field with mountains in the background and text hidden canada waterfront, alberta
Canada's best hidden destinations
With a population of about 100, the entire town is walkable in an easy hour, along the lakeshore and past Cameron Falls, circling about a dozen streets lined with independent restaurants, small hotels and retailers – it feels like stumbling onto a real-life movie set nestled into a 360-degree rocky mountain backdrop. Read the Globe's full Hidden Canada series:
an aerial view of a river surrounded by trees with the words hidden canada 2012 waterfall alley, manitoba
Canada's best hidden travel destinations
The fourth edition of The Globe’s annual Canadian travel guide will take you from the treetops of the west coast to an up-and-coming city in the east, and inspire you to chase waterfalls, go ice fishing and explore the country’s only First Nation-owned and -operated park built from the ground up. Read the entire collection:
two bikes parked next to each other in front of a green house with the words hidden canada on it
Canada's best hidden destinations
The fourth edition of The Globe’s annual Canadian travel guide will take you from the treetops of the west coast to an up-and-coming city in the east, and inspire you to chase waterfalls, go ice fishing and explore the country’s only First Nation-owned and -operated park built from the ground up. Read the entire collection:
two people on snowmobiles in front of icebergs with text that reads hidden canada 2012 bylot island, nunavt
Canada's best hidden destinations
The fourth edition of The Globe’s annual Canadian travel guide will take you from the treetops of the west coast to an up-and-coming city in the east, and inspire you to chase waterfalls, go ice fishing and explore the country’s only First Nation-owned and -operated park built from the ground up. See the entire collection:
a small cabin in the snow with text that reads hidden canada 2021 bay of fundy
Canada's best hidden destinations
The fourth edition of The Globe’s annual Canadian travel guide will take you from the treetops of the west coast to an up-and-coming city in the east, and inspire you to chase waterfalls, go ice fishing and explore the country’s only First Nation-owned and -operated park built from the ground up. Read the entire collection: