Rossland is located 3,400 feet high in the Monashee Mountains. Rossland is a small historic former mining town that now is the center of activity for mountain biking and skiing.
Rossland has been called "Canada's #1 Outdoor Town". For skiing, snowboarding, backcountry touring, Cat & Heli skiing or cross country skiing, head to Red Mountain Resort.
The Red Mountain Resort can trace its skiing start all the way back to 1929 as the Trail-Rossland Ski Club. Today it is considered by many to be one of the best "undiscovered" ski destinations anywhere. The mountains and valley around Rossland is covered with trails that are treasured by mountain bikers.
The Rubberhead Classic Mountain Bike Festival, in July draws thousands of bikers to the forest and lakeside singletrack. Check out Escape Adventures for their British Columbia Singletrack trip.
Nights are spent in a comfortable hotel, days you travel in a private adventure vehicle. The drives are a scenic wonder themselves, particularly the drive from Seattle to the entry point into the National Parks at Kamloops. You will visit 4 of the National Parks -Yoho, Glacier, Banff and Jasper.
Other highlights are Icefields Parkway, Peyto Lake, Sulphur Mountain Hot Springs, Caribou Country and Mt. Robson. Mountain biking, hiking, canoeing, horseback riding, guide glacier hike are all activities that are either included or optional on this Canadian adventure vacation idea.
Their Nova Scotia South Shore Family Frolic is designed to give children the chance to have a fun vacation adventure. This trip is the perfect vacation idea for families with kids from 4 to 14 yrs old. You will explore the coast of Nova Scotia from Mahone Bay down to St. Catherine’s Beach.
Along the way their will be lots of time spent cycling, hiking, swimming and having a good time playing as you experience what National Geographic has called one of the top 10 coastal destinations in the world. Stops along the way include the UNESCO world heritage site Luneberg, Cherry Hill Beach, the La Have Islands, the fishing town of Liverpool and more.
Algonquin Park, in Ontario, Canada is a great place to go for an adventure vacation. Here you will find a breathtaking Canadian wilderness and it’s only about 100 miles over the border from New York. The park is huge, covered with dense forest. The area is dotted with hundreds of lakes for fishing, canoeing and kayaking. Algonquin Park is perfect for an outdoor adventure vacation. You can explore the wilderness using the 17 interpretive trails.
There’s plenty of moose and other wildlife to see and photograph. There are also many paths which are great for mountain biking. Adventure Lodge has 6 cottages in Algonquin Park. They are only available for adults though, no children. One of the specialties offered at Adventure Lodge is dog-sledding. They have trips as short as 2 hours all the way up to a full overnight dog sledding trip where you stay in a log hut.
Since 1984 Mountain Madness has been offering matching climbing enthusiast with top professional guides to create the adventure experience you dream of. Mount Logan in Canada’s Yukon Territory is Canada’s highest Peak and the Mountain Madness team will get you to the summit.
This trip departs from Anchorage is typically a 23 day trip although that can change due to weather, climbing conditions or your schedule requirements. Mountain Madness has laid out a route that utilizes the King Trench. This is the same route used in 1925 for the famous first attempt to reach the summit. This is for serious adventure travel enthusiasts.
On the other extreme, this is an excellent spot for bird-watching. Over 200 species of birds make their home here. Vedder Mountain provides plenty of trails for hikers and trekkers. In the winter the cross-country skiers enjoy the trails.