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Hiking in Canada: Top Outdoor Adventures Awaiting You


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Explore the varied and stunning Canadian countryside on foot.

Hiking is an excellent way to experience the best landscape Canada has to offer. From the thousands of kilometers of hiking trails in Banff National Park to the trails of the Canadian Rocky Mountains in Alberta and beyond, there’s a lot to be seen here.  

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FAQs: Hiking in Canada

What should I know about Hiking Canada?

Situated right by the Canadian Rockies, Banff is home to a number of great hiking trails. Hiking here will give you access to impressive mountains, stunning lakes, glaciers and more. The Moraine Lake to Lake Louise is particularly interesting and varied. The awesome Chilkoot Trail is another great option too and gives you access to the best of Yukon and British Columbia. 

Why should I choose Canada for my Hiking adventure?

**Stunning nature and landscapes **

From the mountains, canyons and glaciers of Alberta to the wild mountainous terrain of Yukon and so much more, Canada is home to some scenery that will take your breath away.

**Friendly Canadians **

Canadians are famous for their friendly disposition and their inclusive welcoming attitude. Traveling here, you’ll find the people to be helpful and polite which all adds up for a pleasant experience.

Outdoor Activities

Canada offers thousands of well maintained hiking trails in exceptionally beautiful terrain. You’ll also find other great outdoor activities like mountain climbing, via ferrata, rock climbing and more.

What can I expect from the weather in Canada?

The weather varies a lot across Canada. The interior of the country is cold and snowy in winter with mild summers. Some parts of coastal British Columbia have mild winters and warm summers. Northern Canada tends to be covered in snow and ice for almost half of the year.

Which language is predominantly spoken in Canada?

English and French.

What currency is accepted in Canada?

Canadian dollar.

How can I get to Canada?

Fly to any of Canada’s main cities (Toronto, Vancouver, Quebec, Calgary, etc.) then transfer to your final destination.

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What’s the high season for Hiking in Canada?

May to September.

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