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My family (kids 13 and 9) will be traveling from Custer, SD, to Theodore Roosevelt NP (doing the scenic drive), then heading to Banff on August 15th. We expect to arrive in Banff sometime in the afternoon/early evening on August 16th.
I was wondering if anyone had any recommendations on the best route from Theo Roosevelt NP to Banff and a good place to stay overnight. Are there a lot of lodging options or should we book in advance? Any route with better, more interesting scenery…
We (husband and wife, age 61 and 56) are planning to visit the Ontario region in mid September. We're looking at different options, such as:
- Staying in Toronto
- Hiring a car and travelling between Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal
- Hiring a car and travelling around the Great Lakes (e.g. a round trip from Toronto to Sault Sainte Marie)
- Heading up to the cottages area
- Spending some time in Algonquin
We need help because we love the mix of city and 'great outdoors'!
Any thoughts or…
I spent 1 week in the province of Quebec with my husband and our 2 year old last week. We drove from Virginia up 87 (and hit awful traffic the moment we hit NY and stayed in the Adirondacks for a week). We had no traffic from the Adirondacks to NY on 87. We took I-81 all the way down from NY to VA and had no issue with traffic!
Quebec City: We stayed at the Downtown Marriott Quebec Hotel and it was great! It was very expensive so we used reward points but the service was excellent and it was a…
seeking advice on most affordable way to get a prescription called in to a montreal pharmacy. they unfortunately won't fill the prescription unless it is called in by a canadian dr. i tried going to a couple of walk-in clinics but they were over $150. happy to pay but would like to keep it under $50.
in US, while we have terrible healthcare situation, we do have clinics that provide free or low-cost reproductive healthcare. i am looking to refill a month of birth control pill…
I'm coming soon to north America, landing in Vancouver, and I'll travel for a few months. I'll move a lot in canada and after that in the US as well.
I was wondering, as a foreigner, should I buy car in Canada? Is it ok to enter with it to the US later? Is it possible to sell it there?
Or it's better to buy it in Seattle? And then again, is there any problem traveling with the car in Canada?
Thanks a lot!
We were going to hike Tumbling creek trail to the e tumbling creek campground at the end of July.
Parks Canada has posted that the trail is closed due to a avalanche taking out the bridge at km 6.6
We are considering going in from the west on the Wolverine Creek trail. I would like to hear from someone who has been in there recently. How rugged is the drive in off the Beaverfoot logging road and how difficult is the hike up to the rock wall trail intersection. My partner is concerned about…
Hello! I'm currently traveling across Canada from East to West. I was wondering if you had any suggestion on must-dos on the following cities and if you had any comments about my current plans:
- Quebec City (4 days): Old Quebec, Ile d'Orleans, Parc Jacques Cartier, Montmorency falls.
- Nova Scotia & New Brunswick (7 days): Halifax, Cape Brenton, Cabot Trail, Bay of Fundy
- Prince Edward Island (1 day)
- Ottawa (2 days)
- Toronto (3 days): Niagara Falls
- Jasper (3 days)
I'm 30 and considering travel solo in banff and Jasper in a rented car for 1 week.
Is it common to see solo backpackers there? Wont I feel unusual around only families around?
I'm planning to stay in hostels dorms during 17-25 september.
Do I need to book in advanced?