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    The Top 5 Canadian Hockey Stadiums to Visit

    Canada is undoubtedly well-known for its winter sports. Whilst skiing, snowboarding and curling are all popular, ice hockey is the country’s official winter sport. Both the Canadian men’s and women’s teams are the current Winter Olympic champions, reflecting a long and successful tradition in the game. While the action is fast and furious on the […]

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    Weird Winter Sports in Canada

    Skiing, snowboarding, ice climbing and tobogganing – let’s face it, compared to what is offered below – these activities seem to be cast aside for the boring tourists and middle aged corporate execs who travel to find fun in Canada. Not for us – the ski slopes and the button lifts! No, no, no. We […]

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    A Snowboarders guide to Whistler, British Columbia

    A Snowboarders guide to Whistler, British Columbia

    Annually, thousands of visitors flock to Whistler, British Columbia for the world’s best snowboarding. The nearby resort: Blackcomb Whistler has recently been named best snowboarding town by “Transworld Snowboarding”. The area is so acclaimed for its snow activities that Whistler will host the snow events for the 2010 Vancouver Olympics and Paralympics. With its high […]

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    Whistler a haven for active travellers

    Whistler a haven for active travellers

    Whistler is an area full of outdoor activities for those seeking an active vacation in a beautiful environment. Though this area is often seen a great place to visit during the winter (when snowboarding, downhill skiing and other outdoor activities are prominent), Whistler also attracts happy visitors in the summer, when those mountains become ready […]

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    Grouse Mountain

    Grouse Mountain features in many tours, but the best and cheapest way to access the mountain is via the easy public transport links provided.  The ferry across to Lonsdale Quay from Downtown Vancouver runs very regularly due to the large proportion of city workers living on the north shores of Vancouver.

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