Here you have it – my Whistler Blackcomb 32 tips post – another in our 32 tips series. I’ll share more stories about Whistler Blackcomb soon.
This Solo Travel Society member tells us that winter is magical in Quebec City. He recommends it as a great solo travel destination, where you can sleep in an ice bed or stroll through the cobbled streets.
The Rocky Mountaineer is considered one of the world’s best train travel experiences. Even still, I was surprised by my reaction.
One very long, very enjoyable, very tiring day in Vancouver. Here’s my walking tour.
To experience the awe-inspiring Rocky Mountains, this Solo Travel Society member recommends a hike in Yoho National Park in British Columbia.
This Solo Travel Society member found plenty to see and do in St. John’s, including beautiful scenery, a healthy nightlife, and, of course, a little Screech!
Wine is inherently social, so wine bars are a great place for solo travelers. Here are some fantastic options in Toronto.
A Solo Travel Society member visits Toronto and recommends the ease of travel and the multicultural sights, sounds, and tastes of Canada’s largest city.
According to this Solo Travel Society member, Whistler is the place to be for active solo travelers who enjoy rock climbing, white water rafting, ziplining and gorgeous scenery.
A Solo Travel Society member recommends the Canadian capital of Ottawa as a fascinating destination for solo travelers.
Small cities are interesting options to large cities or small towns. They have theater, quality restaurants and night life yet they are relaxed. Saint John is a case in point.
Here are a few of the people I met traveling solo across Canada by train, as well as some pictures of the stunning scenery.