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Choose Your Adventure!

Listings tagged: Canada

The heavy Pacific forests of Vancouver Island are open to your exploration by zip-line. AdrenaLINE has several lines high through the Sooke forests, and its a great way to see the landscape of coastal British Columbia.
Choose an off-roading tour for an afternoon, weekend or a try a challenging 6-day 4×4 expedition. This is the way to see the Vancouver Island wilderness.
A mix of different tour options can open up the Canadian Arctic north for your next adventure.
Another chance to take advantage of the salmon populations off northern Canada’s west coast. Head to Prince Rupert for some amazing fishing.
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Rafting on the Ottawa River. Take in both channels in one day, for double the fun and excitement.
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This is Canada’s version of the Stanley Hotel, also up in the Rockies. Several gruesome deaths could be the cause of the ghost sightings.
Out in British Columbia, this hotel is apparently home to several different spirits.
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A list of abandoned mining towns in central Ontario. No photos, but each town has basic directions.
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With a 200ft freefall, Great Canadian Bungee offers the highest freefall in North America. Leap from the tower over Morrison’s Quarry, in Quebec. Or try the 1000ft cable slide instead.
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Southern Ontario has its fair share of ghosts and haunted tales. Four different walks to choose from.
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Not only is this hotel haunted, it’s a budget hostel in an old jail building. Maybe you’ll meet some inmates who never really left.
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Canada's version of the annual ice hotel. The beautiful building looks like a huge ice carving. All the furnishings are made of ice, but you can warm up in the sauna if you really need to.
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A family operation, offering Canadian sled tours in Banff National Park.
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Not a full tour, but a chance for you to learn the basic skills of ice climbing. Great for beginners.
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Go kayaking in the high Arctic. These Inuit-guided tours will take you into the heart of Nunavut to see seals and other Northern wildlife.
The Okanagan valley in the Rockies makes a great backdrop for a balloon trip.
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An extensive list of abandoned places and ghost towns all through Ontario. Most have photos and directions.
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Ontario’s huge and scenic Algonquin park is the perfect place to try mushing with a team of dogs.
A whole host of canoeing and kayaking trips around British Columbia. Kayak to see killer whales, or enjoy the peace of Quadra Island.
The salmon fishing is amazing, about 20 minutes off the coast of British Columbia. Experienced guides know all the right spots to get that perfect catch.
Sea kayaking tours with killer whales, off the coast of Vancouver Island. Take a day trip, or spend a week exploring the coast.
Tours of several major cities, like Toronto, Ottawa, Vancouver and Edmonton. Not all hot air balloon trips have to be over wilderness or natural sights!
Diving off the coast of Vancouver Island will provide you with great views of local saltwater wildlife. Dives for all skill levels.
Diving off the coast of Vancouver Island will provide you with great views of local saltwater wildlife. Dives for all skill levels.
Ride the mighty Whistler River, in British Columbia. Other rivers to try as well, for all levels of experience.
Even a novice can try ice climbing, with some basic training and supplied equipment. Guides will find the perfect ice for your abilities.
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Many different tours to choose from, even a night-time moonlight mushing trip. All in the remote Haliburton Highlands region of Ontario.
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Take to the ice in the Rockies near Banff. All-level training available with many guided climbs to choose from. Or stick to conventional mountain climbing treks.
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Explore all the wilds of the Yukon with any of their trekking, sledding, boating and riding tours. Time to get back to the land.
This zip location is also in British Columbia, but this time you can see the rugged Whistler Mountains instead. Choose from 20 different zip-lines, or see the forest canopy from the extensive system of tree-top boardwalks and suspension bridges.