These 24 cross-Canadian dining options harmonize visuals with victuals for a truly memorable meal.
Once the August long weekend passes, the end-of-summer countdown begins. Measured in sunlight and precious to the last mercurial drop, the season’s dwindling days slip by quickly—especially in the Pacific Northwest.
By midsummer, the goji shrubs at Gojoy Berry Farm are in full fruit—their ungainly, slim branches thick with oblong, vermillion teardrops, each the size of a woman’s manicured little fingernail.
You may have heard of it: Canada’s desert, the South Okanagan, characterized by its sage-scrub and rattlesnakes and burgeoning status as one of the country’s most popular luxury playgrounds.
Canada is known for its many natural wonders, yes—but beaches?
In the valley that extends between the Canadian Rocky Mountain and the Columbia Mountain Ranges lies British Columbia’s Golden, a town well-endowed with natural wonder.
Golden’s Moberly Lodge offers guests a chance to experience untamed wilderness without sacrificing comfort or sincere hospitality.
Although the landscape could be mistaken for that of the American Southwest, this is Canada, and these are the Painted Bluffs, Kamloops—just one of the many scenic vistas guests aboard the Rocky Mountaineer may observe as the luxury tourist train winds its way through the Rocky Mountains from Vancouver, B.C., to Banff, Alberta.
Philanthropist Michael Audain’s new Audain Art Museum in Whistler is a study of British Columbia’s art of the past 200 years—and by extension, the story of B.C. itself.