Hidden in the north are dozens of waterfalls very few get to see. One of the most popular of these, relatively speaking, is Louise Falls, one of the huge drops along the Hay River. 368 more words
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The city of Edmonton might not be the first place you think of going for views of pyramids with a city backdrop, but that is definitely a possibility, and something you should seek to do, thanks to the Muttart Conservatory. 207 more words
This might be the smallest sight to make the list, but it’s just so unusual and perfect I wanted to include it.
It’s quite simple. In a lake one Vancouver Island’s west coast (called Fairy Lake) there’s a log poking out of the water. 270 more words
There are more than one Devil’s Punchbowl Falls, but Hamilton’s is by far the most punchbowl-like. One of the City of Waterfalls most well known and spectacular gems, the falls drop 37 meters off the Niagara Escarpment before splashing into the rocks below. 297 more words
Hidden out on a uninhabited point in the Saguenay Fjord National Park is a statue over 100 years old dedicated to the Virgin Mary. The tall white figure overlooks the Saguenay River and Baie Éternité just west of the bay’s entrance on the river on Cap Éternité. 347 more words
Some areas are so picturesque it seems unlikely they exist. Maybe it’s CGI, maybe it’s a Photoshop composite, maybe it’s a film set. And if it looks like the perfect little fishing village tucked into the a cove on the east coast of Canada it might not be any of those. 273 more words