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Road Trips in Canada

Canada is an incredibly large and diverse country, with so many dazzling and still-untouched pieces of land and nature that are utterly awe-inducing. From coast to coast, there is no shortage of options when it comes to scenic routes in a car.

Road Trips in Canada: Top Accommodation

House Carbonear
Jun 29 - Jul 6
$171 per night
House ∙ 5 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Vacation Home with 3 Rooms for 5 Persons

Very good (4 ratings)
Carbonear, Division No. 1, Canada
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Cabin Port Renfrew
Oct 16 - Oct 23
$190 per night
Cabin ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Cabin with Grill & Terrace

Outstanding (2 ratings)
Port Renfrew, Capital, Canada
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House Twillingate
Sept 7 - Sept 14
$133 per night
House ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Family-Oriented Vacation Home with Yard | Sea View

Excellent (11 ratings)
Twillingate, Subd. I, Canada
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Most Scenic Road Trips in Canada

Most Scenic Road Trips in Canada

Canada is a large country with many untouched and vast natural landscapes. As such, there's no shortage of scenic road trips to take for your next motoring adventure!

  • 1. Sea to Sky Highway (British Columbia)

    This winding 150-kilometer portion of Highway 99 connects Horsehoe Bay in Vancouver all the way to Whistler, British Columbia. It recently enjoyed a multi-million dollar face-lift for the 2010 Winter Olympics, so it's in good condition and safe to drive, and it offers continuous views of coast mountains, gushing waterfalls, wondrous lakes and lush green forests. Make sure to make a pit stop at the Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge, where you can watch the 230-foot-high Brandwyne Falls as well as ride up the 3, 000 foot Sea to Sky Gondola for absolutely breathtaking views of the fjord.

  • 2. Icefields Parkway

    A mountain highway linking Banff National Park to Jasper National Park, this 230 kilometer stretch of road offers some of the most scenic delights in the world. You'll see pristine glaciers, some of which are hundreds of years old, cascading waterfalls, lush meadows, and the top of the snowy Canadian Rockies. That's not even to mention the incredible and diverse wildlife you're likely to encounter along the way. You'll spot elk, moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goats, black bears and, if you're lucky, caribou, lynx, and grizzly bears!

  • 3. Badlands Trail

    Unlike many of Canada's other scenic drives, the Badlands Trail, looping through Calgary all the way to Lethbridge, isn't rich with lust forests and glistening seaside scenery. Instead, the trail combines a mixture of hoodoo rock formations, sandstone walls, and calming desolate desert to provide one of the most unique sights in Canada. In fact, many of the landscapes are home to some of the most extensive dinosaur fossil fields in the world.

  • 4. Cabot Trail (Nova Scotia)

    This 300-kilometer drive, named after explorer John Cabot, winds around Cape Breton Island, and is famous for its picture-perfect ocean vistas, green meadows, and prehistoric formations. Typically, the Cabot Trail takes about three hours to drive, but with quaint towns known for serving some delicious seafood, some incredible hikes, like the Skyline Trail, and welcoming hospitality, you'll want to stay for longer.

  • 5. Viking Trail (Newfoundland and Labrador)

    Spanning 443 kilometers, from Newfoundland's West Coast all the way to Southern Labrador, the Viking Trail is the lone Canadian route to pass through not one but two UNESCO World Heritage Sites! You'll be amazed by the presence left behind by Viking and Basque inhabitants, taking you through sweeping valleys, snow-topped mountains and the stunning Newfoundland coast.

Best Places to Stay for Road Trips in Canada

Cabin Huntsville
Sept 7 - Sept 14
$286 per night
Cabin ∙ 6 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms

Cabin with Patio, Garden & Grill

Outstanding (3 ratings)
Huntsville, Muskoka District Municipality, Ontario
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Cottage Woodville
Dec 7 - Dec 14
$215 per night
Cottage ∙ 8 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Cottage with Terrace, Yard & BBQ | Lake View

Outstanding (41 ratings)
Woodville, Kawartha Lakes, Ontario
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Cottage Tiny
Dec 7 - Dec 14
$460 per night
Cottage ∙ 8 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms

Family-Friendly Beautiful Cottage for Relaxing Getaway with Patio, Yard & BBQ | Lake View | Pets Allowed

Outstanding (1 rating)
Tiny, Simcoe County, Ontario
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Information about Road Trips in Canada

😎 Least busy month August
🥳 Busiest month February
🛏️ Popular home types Apartment rental and House rental
🌡️ Hottest months 27 °C in July and August
❄️ Coldest months -16 °C in January and February
🌧️ Rainiest months 17 rainy days in December and January

Frequently Asked Questions

How much do vacation rental cost per night for Road Trips in Canada?

For as low as $79 per night, you can find amazing vacation rentals for your Road Trips in Canada on HomeToGo.

Is it easy to find family or group accommodations for a Road Trips in Canada?

On average, the size for vacation rental is 206 m² and can fit 7 on average which is great for large groups.

What are the most popular accommodations for Road Trips in Canada?

House rental and Apartment rental are the most often booked for Road Trips in Canada.

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