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Mont Tremblant (8)

Mont Tremblant, Quebec, Canada

Mont Tremblant Overview

Mont Tremblant is a city in the laurentian mountains of Quebec, approximately 130 kilometer north-west of Montreal and 140 kilometer north-east of Ottawa. Mont Tremblant is fun place to spend day with doing sport and other activities. Since the 18th century, many people come to the mont and admire its natural overview. It absolutely has a very beautiful landscape every region of the place. In daily season, Mont Tremblant has many various flora and fauna that always ready welcome visitors. It also good scenery in winter which mostly visitor use to play winter sports. The weather even better when it start turn sunny winter. The massive mountains, including the highest summit in the Laurential, will definitely change people perspective about world’ natural beauty. Continue reading

Stanley Park (5)

Stanley Park, A Public Park In Vancouver, Canada

Stanley Park Complete Guide

Stanley Park is Vancouver’s first most beloved urban recreational area. This park is very large and even designated as historic site of Canada. A magnificent green oasis spread over the area which is built-in the midst of Vancouver urban landscape. everywhere e is fulled with green and shade overview. A tidy arrangement of the parkland adds with simple route allow visitor happily walking or cycling along the area. Continue reading

Grouse Mtn (5)

Grouse Mountain – British Columbia, Canada

This mountain is the central mountain of North range which is situated in Vancouver, Canada. It is situated 15 minutes from city Vancouver. It is the popular mount sky ride which takes people top one mile flying journey, 3,700 feet above sea level to the Alpine station. It contains so much beautiful and breathtaking views of the mountains, city peak with an altitude of 4,100 feet. In year 1894 this mount was named by a hiking party after encountering a blue bird on the alpine slope. Today it is the world most visited place, receives 1.2 million visitors each year. Continue reading