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Local’s Guide to Lake Louise, Alberta

Dig into Canadian roots with hockey, fine food, and blower pow skiing.

2015 Top Ski Towns: Whistler Blackcomb

Whistler Village, as recently as the mid-1980s, was a black-bear-infested dump. But that didn’t prevent it from being one of North America’s first replicas of a European ski village.

No fear. Sure, it was a cheesy clothing brand in the ’90s, but it sums up Whistler in two simple words. It began with its founders, who hacked for days through coastal rainforest and swamp just to get to the bottom of a 6,000-foot behemoth, and endured unto Intrawest, which brilliantly predicted that high-speed lifts to the top of snow-pummeled peaks would, in the end, let them sell opulent timber-frame weekend chalets for millions a pop.

Local’s Guide to Banff, Alberta

Here are enough reasons to put Alberta’s most iconic town on your to-do list.
(Photo: Banff Lake Louise Tourism / Paul Zizka Photography)

Bucket list alert: If you only make it to one Canadian destination in your life, it should be Banff. Summer, fall, winter, spring—it doesn’t matter, just get there.

Local’s Guide to Canmore, Alberta

If this outdoorsy Canadian town isn’t on your map, it should be.

Photo: Crystal Sagan

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