The Cabot Trail, Louisbourg, the best golf in Canada, ceilidhs and more. Get the tips you need for a great trip to Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia.
I learn every time I travel. But some trips go beyond learning about geography, history or culture. In New Brunswick I learned about following dreams.
Six years ago, I wrote about my top culinary dream trips. This summer, one of my dreams came true at Nova Scotia’s Trout Point Lodge.
On a free-form road trip I asked a local what their absolutely favorite day off would look like. He told me and I did it.
“At that point I realized that I had a smile pasted on my face.” Yes, solo travel is a happy way to travel. Here’s how it went down in Nova Scotia.
Get outdoors. Enjoy fishing, cycling, paddling, hiking… Then dine on fine local fare and relax in the evening. Here are travel tips for Haldimand County.
Great food and scenery, a relaxing spa, and adventurous outdoor pursuits: this Solo Travel Society member says Mont Tremblant has something for everyone.
Every trip doesn’t have to involve a lot of time, money, and distance. There are often surprising destinations to be found just a short distance from home.
Climbing Quebec’s beautiful Mont Tremblant in summer, this solo traveler shows that there is more than one way to explore the mountain.
If you love cheese like I love cheese, you’ll thank me for this introduction to the Oxford County Cheese Trail. It makes for a tasty solo road trip.
I have always considered fly fishing the most romantic of outdoor sports. Finally I had my chance to give it a try.
You’ve probably seen the Rocky Mountains in summer, but check out this Solo Travel Society member’s story of a winter visit to the Alberta Rockies.
There are so many fun surprises that are found when you go to the places less traveled. Here’s how to find them.
Toronto is rich in culture – many cultures. We Torontonians revel in our diversity. On this staycation day I learned as much about the world as I have on most travel days.
A road trip… Ontario’s west coast offers a chance to see, taste and hear anew.
Check out some of the photos from my trip to the Abitibi-Temiscamingue region in Quebec. It was so much more than I expected – here’s a bit of a preview.
In just 2 days, I experienced winery tours and tastings, local food, an old-fashioned trolley, a heritage B&B and the hospitality of Ontario’s Southwest.
Take a solo ski trip and you needn’t be solo for long. Skiing is a social experience, whether for the time it takes to get up the mountain or much longer.
Learning to ski properly is easier than I expected. But this one day ski lesson taught me more about life than about getting down a mountain.
The skiing at Whistler Blackcomb was great but the big surprise of the trip was when I tested my limits on the bobsleigh run at the Whistler Sliding Centre.