Most travelers take the freeway to get from Montreal to Quebec City as quickly as possible. They don't know what they're missing. The King's Road, on the other hand, leads directly along the north bank of the St. Lawrence through idyllic villages and offers beautiful views of the St. Lawrence River.
The Glooscap Trail along the Bay of Fundy On our journey through Nova Scotia we are faced with a choice: we can take the freeway from Windsor to Pictou to quickly reach our destination, or we can take the leisurely drive along the north coast of Nova Scotia along the Glooscap Trail always with a view of [...]
One of the Nova Scotia Travel Routes - The Sunrise Trail We are en route on one of the Nova Scotia Travel Routes - the Sunrise Trail in Nova Scotia! "The sunrise path" sounds tempting, doesn't it? We are on our way long after sunrise. Still, it's beautiful. The route runs along the north coast of Nova Scotia and follows [...]
We take two days for a sightseeing tour through the Muskoka region in Ontario. In Canada, this holiday region is also called the “Cottage Country” because here - only about an hour and a half north of Toronto - many residents of the metropolis have their holiday homes. Some of them are actually "cottages", which literally means so much [...]
The Cabot Trail is considered to be one of the most beautiful routes in Nova Scotia. We explored it for two days on our road trip and were on the trail of the Scots who had settled Cape Breton from the 18th century.
The Lighthouse Route in Nova Scotia stretches from the capital Halifax to Yarmouth on the western tip of the peninsula. If you want to see the lighthouses, you should take your time for the route, because only a few can be seen directly from the coastal road.
We explore the Ceilidh Trail in Nova Scotia and discover real insider tips. However, you have to take your time. It is worth going down to one of the harbors, one of the bays or one of the sandy beaches. Unlike the Cabot Trail, the beauties are not directly on the main road.
My most exciting journey takes me along the Yukon River to Dawson City and from there over the Dempster Highway and through the Northwest Territories in Canada to the Arctic and the Arctic Ocean.
It is comparable to well-known wilderness routes such as the Alaska Highway, the Top of the World Highway or the Dempster Highway in northwest Canada - the Freedom Road, which connects Baie Comeau in Quebec with Churchill Falls in Labrador. The difference is that it is - at least - more pristine than the well-known wilderness highways [...]