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ThErE's nO PlacE likE This FOr OuTDOOr Thrills

There’s no placelike thisTO SEE THE SIGHTSRideau Canal, OttawaAll photos courtesy of Ottawa TourismByWard MarketCycling near Parliament HillExplore Ottawa, a city rich in history and natural beauty. Take a cruise on the picturesque Rideau Canal, Ontario’sfirst UNESCO World Heritage Site. Take in the sights on two wheels and explore Parliament Hill. Or take a momentto enjoy some al fresco dining in the historic ByWard Market District. Canada’s Capital is a unique urban center onthe edge of nature, with plenty to discover inside and out. Call or visit online to book a weekend getaway likeour Taste of Canada package. Visit ottawatourism.ca or call 1-888-OTTAWA-8.


HamiltonBrantThere’s no placelike thisFOR NATURAL BEAUTYMiltonDiscover inspiring adventures and breathtaking beauty in the Hamilton, Halton and Brant Region. Explore theBruce Trail, Canada’s oldest and longest continuous footpath, and be amazed by over 100 cascades and waterfalls.Get your heart pumping while rappelling at Rattlesnake Point or kayaking on the Grand River. Hike or bike throughthe Niagara Escarpment, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, and spend a day in a nature sanctuary wherehundreds of birds and plants call home at the Royal Botanical Gardens. For more getaway ideas, visit us onlineat theheartofontario.com.


Lower Tews Falls in Hamilton One of 1,600 lakes in Muskoka Picnic along Lake Superior1 Hamilton,Halton, & Brant2 Muskoka 3Something for EveryoneWith picturesque Lake Ontario to thesouth, the majestic Niagara Escarpment (anUNESCO World Biosphere Reserve) carvingthrough the centre, and the tranquil GrandRiver (a Canadian heritage river), to thewest, the Heart of Ontario is truly a littleslice of paradise. Outdoor enthusiasts willenjoy spectacular trails, and tours along thewaterfront from Hamilton to Oakville. Enjoyperformances, music, and dance in worldclass theaters. Hike, bike, skate at pristineconservation areas. Tour farms, tastelocal wines and savour exceptional culinaryevents and dining in Hamilton, Halton andBrant—The Heart of Ontario.Fresh Country CharmMuskoka is a four seasons resort destinationand less than two hours from Toronto.With 1,600 sparkling lakes, countless waterfalls,and a UNESCO World Biosphere site,you can canoe, tube, swim, paddleboard,or take in spectacular lakeside sunsets.Back on dry land try horsebackriding inthe shadow of granite peaks or playinga round of golf on one of our world classcourses. Quaint, small towns abound withantique shops and galleries filled withaward-winning local artisans and artists. Nowonder Muskoka was selected the NumberOne spot for a summer trip by NationalGeographic Traveler editors.North of Superior& Sunset CountryAdventure & ActionMarvel at dramatic canyons and beautifulwaterfalls, see the drama of Ontario’ssteepest cliffs and enjoy some of thebest freshwater fishing experiences. Ourlakes harbor species like muskie, northernpike, walleye, smallmouth bass and laketrout. Feeling energetic? You can kayak,canoe, hike, picnic or camp. Visitlocal attractions such as museums, orjust go downtown and take in the ambienceof small towns and cities. You caneven step back in time at Fort WilliamHistorical Park where 18th centurycharacters brings Canada’s legendaryfur-trading days to life.4Algoma Country5OttawaRelax and RejuvenateHere’s the Great Outdoors at its best!Majestic mountains, ancient forests,and thousands of lakes make the perfectbackdrop for fishing, hunting, swimming,camping, boating, bird-watching,and Hiking. Keep your eyes peeled forwildlife like black bears, moose, andwhite tail deer—they all call this paradisehome. Soak up the scenic coastline ofLake Superior, take one of Canada’stop ten drives along the Trans CanadaHighway, or hop aboard the AgawaCanyon Train Tour in beautiful Sault SteMarie to see breathtaking natural wondersaccessible only by rail.City Meets SceneryImagine an exciting urban center that’salso a nature lover’s haven. Here inCanada’s capital city you’ll find dozens offestivals, a wealth of monuments andnational sites, impressive museums,stunning architecture, performing arts,and fun local outdoor markets—allnestled in a rich natural setting of rivers,waterways, pathways, and parks. Thelegendary Rideau Canal winds through theheart of town offering visitors the perfectplace for paddling in summer. Marvelouslydiverse and remarkably young, Ottawa’srelaxed spirit and walkable city plan makeexploring easy, fun, and full of surprises.Agawa Canyon Train Tour,Algoma CountryHistoric Downtown Ottawa


MuskokaBracebridgeMuskokaThere’s no placelike thisto explore natureEnjoy 2,500 square miles of towering pines, granite cliffs and sparkling lakes in Muskoka. Take in this stunninglandscape carved by glaciers from a canoe or kayak. Take a cruise back in time on the RMS Segwun, NorthAmerica’s oldest operating steamship. Take a few strokes off your golf game. Or just take it easy at one of ourmany lakeside resorts. Explore all the charms of Muskoka at discovermuskoka.ca/ng.


Scenic viewsEagle Canyon, DorionThere’s no placelike this TO ENJOY THE VIEWAguasabon Falls, Terrace BayStunning wilderness vistas and exhilarating adventures await you in Ontario’s Sunset Country and North of SuperiorRegion. From hiking to birding to camping, you’ll discover countless ways to take in the beauty of Lake Superior, theworld’s largest freshwater lake. Experience the spectacular Aguasabon Falls in Terrace Bay. Or enjoy the view froma scenic cruise on the MS Kenora. Start your North of Superior adventure by visiting northofsuperior.org/travel.


Lake SuperiorThere’s no placelike thisTO enjoy the outdoorsLake HuronAgawa CanyonExplore the winding forest roads and pristine waterways of Ontario’s Algoma Country. Nestled in the unspoiledbeauty of Northern Ontario where Lake Superior meets Lake Huron, it’s paradise for paddlers and riders alike. Fromworld-class boating, hiking, fishing and wildlife to the breathtaking Agawa Canyon Train Tour, there’s plenty to seeand do around every corner. To start exploring all Algoma has to offer, visit us online at algomacountry.com.

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