1 Check-in at the Ice Hotel
One of Canada’s ultimate bucket list experiences, Quebec’s Ice Hotel attracts visitors from all over the world to stay in its cool but cosy quarters. Made entirely of snow and ice, this unique hotel is perfect for a romantic getaway or a girl’s weekend away, snuggling up under furry blankets or sipping cocktails out of an ice glass at the world famous bar. For more information visit quebecregion.com.
2 Sample ice wines at Niagara-on-the-Lake
Following a quiet few months after the summer rush, Niagara-on-the-Lake comes to life again in the winter for the popular Niagara Icewine Festival. Taking place on the weekends throughout January 15th - 31st, the festival celebrates one of Canada's most cherished wine varieties, with everything from gala events to winery tours to ornate ice bars. For more information visit niagarawinefestival.com.
3 Hit the slopes at Mont Tremblant
Strap on those skis and hit the slopes of Mont Tremblant, one of Eastern Canada’s most beloved ski resorts. With 96 trails for beginners and intermediates alike, this Quebec winter wonderland has been voted one of the best in North America by Ski Magazine and National Geographic. And if après-ski is more of your thing, spend the day sipping spiked hot chocolate in the cosy village restaurants or by the fire at the Fairmont Mont Tremblant. For more information visit tremblant.ca.