With its picturesque century-old houses that make up Old Quebec, this Canadian city welcomes its tourists. In the meantime, the aromas of freshly baked bread and brewing espresso flood the Quartier Petit-Champlain’s cobblestone streets with the spirit of Paris. If you have your town full, take a ride to Monterrey Falls Park to marvel at the 272-foot-high waterfall
Set in the Laurentian Mountains of Quebec northwest of Montreal, Mont-Tremblant is better known for its skiing, in particular Mont Tremblant Ski Resort, which holds the highest point in the mountain chain. Yet tourists are similarly fascinated by the warm weather due to the Mont-Tremblant National Park, which has six rivers and 400 lakes and streams, not to mention several hiking paths and beaches
Take an adventurous ride to Whistler, with a pass. This British Columbia tourist town features everything from hiking and snowboarding and bobsled trips and bungee jumping. Travelers will spend their downtime exploring the après-ski atmosphere in Whistler Village or strolling around the Whistler Olympic Plaza.