Two official languages means Canada is comfortable to explore in English. But it’s also really fun to discover in French. A country known for its rich French heritage and a city famous for its European style. Lucky for you, adventure speaks all languages!
From a French ski resort town in the Laurentian Mountains, across glacial ice fields in the heart of the Canadian Rockies, to climbing the Via Ferrata at Whistler in July, Canada’s vast landscape doubles as an enormous playground. Get ready to play!
If you think Canada’s all mountains and maple syrup, think again! Vibrant and diverse, Canada’s cities are home to cobbled streets, European charm, a soaring tower, trendy markets, Olympic playgrounds, and a place known as “Hollywood North.” Cool, eh?
Breathtaking scenes and activities that will take your breath away. In Canada, the great outdoors is … pretty great. Canada is known just as much for friendliness, peacekeeping, and being polite as it is for ice hockey, igloos and the mighty moose. And for good reason. Forests, lakes and plenty of wilderness, yes. But also diverse, cosmopolitan cities, wide open spaces and a broad cultural landscape. A constitutional monarchy that still recognizes England’s royalty as its official head of state, Canada is officially bilingual, proudly multicultural and ethnically diverse, with hundreds of First Nations communities across the country. Geographically, Canada is an enormous country. It stretches from sea to sea, has the longest coastline in the world, massive mountain ranges, two million lakes, and crosses six time zones. It is just as diverse in its people, as it is in its landscape and its climate.
‘O Canada’! Choose from itineraries exploring the wonder of the Rockies and Whistler Blackcomb – or ones that discover the excitement of Niagara Falls and Mont Tremblant – or immerse yourself in a vibrant and cultural city on a pre-college program in Montreal.
The trip was absolutely my best summer experience yet. Banff National Park was absolutely unreal. The drive from Calgary to Lake Louise was beautiful and majestic. The hike to Lake Agnes teahouse, canoeing, and Columbia Ice Fields were also very enjoyable.”
The activities were so amazing and I could have never imagined doing things like the Via Ferrata or walking on a glacier before the Northwestern Odyssey! WCC/360 trips are amazing and honestly changed my life!”