Are you bored of run-of-the-mill ski lifts and blue slopes? Well, throw a helicopter into the mix, and adventure is all but guaranteed.
On this jaunt, a chopper will drop you into the stunning mountain wilderness of British Columbia for an off-piste experience you'll never forget.
The spectacular 300km route kisses the coast of Cape Breton while oozing all the rugged charm of a maple-leafed Wild Atlantic Way.
Be sure to take a pit stop in the postcard village of Ingonish en route.
When you arrive, get up close and personal with the three enormous cascades that make up the falls on the Hornblower Boat Trip.
Prepare to get drenched, even with the fetching free raincoat.
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West Queen West, Canada's hippest 'hood, has got some seriously creative curb appeal.It's home to the city's thriving design district and streetscapes here are a motley mosaic of contemporary art houses splashed with grungy street art.Spend a morning ambling the on-point galleries from Propeller (Canada's Maritime provinces are too often bypassed, but for seasoned road-trippers Nova Scotia's Cabot Trail may well be the country's finest.With the craggy Canadian Rockies, millions of fir trees and perfectly still waters, the setting is the perfect place to pick up a paddle.It's been nearly 50 years since John Lennon and Yoko Ono staged their infamous 'bed-in' at the Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth in Montréal.It's made with thick chips, slathered in brown gravy and topped off with gloopy cheese, giving a special flavour with big appeal for kids.