Canada

Canada Discover Canada Mosey past moose on the Cabot Trail through to the vast Cape Breton Highlands National ParkQuench your thirst for high mountain adventure amidst the jaw dropping scenery of the wild Ro

  • Title: Canada
  • Author: Karla Zimmerman Lonely Planet
  • ISBN: 9781741045710
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Paperback
  • Discover Canada Mosey past moose on the Cabot Trail through to the vast Cape Breton Highlands National ParkQuench your thirst for high mountain adventure amidst the jaw dropping scenery of the wild RockiesGo easy on the maple syrup while sampling the nouvelle cuisine of Montreal and Canada s other foodie havensSpot caribou and arctic wolves while hiking through the land tDiscover Canada Mosey past moose on the Cabot Trail through to the vast Cape Breton Highlands National ParkQuench your thirst for high mountain adventure amidst the jaw dropping scenery of the wild RockiesGo easy on the maple syrup while sampling the nouvelle cuisine of Montreal and Canada s other foodie havensSpot caribou and arctic wolves while hiking through the land that never melts In This Guide 14 authors, 21,522 km driven in 371 days, 45 moose sightingsAll new, inspiring Outdoors chapter and stunning color section on Canada s national parksInformative interviews with locals from every corner of the countryContent updated daily visit lonelyplanet for up to the minute reviews, updates and traveler insights

    One thought on “Canada”

    1. It was a nice guide book - I would have liked one central pull out map or visual aides. I did like the detail of pricing and both famous & lesser known places to visit.

    2. I did not find that this guide did Canada justice. Maybe due to the fact that I am from Canada and have been fortunate enough to have traveled across the entire country I was hoping for more. Mind you, I did not use this book as a traveler. An Australian friend of mine asked me to look at his copy and tell me whether it was worth while having on his cross-Canada road trip.

    3. i only got this because i needed the section on montreal. although i understand the guide is about canada as a whole and not just montreal or quebec, but it let me down. i still recommend lonely planet guides.

    4. It's new (as I write) and seems an improvement over the last Lonely Planet guide I purchased on Canada back in 1996. I'm not sure about the addition of colour to the product. When I have had a more comprehensive read of the guide I'll let you know how it stacks up.

    5. As usual with Lonely Planet, this guide gives you all the information you need if you want to travel around in Canada. Or if you trying to find the motivation to do so. (DO IT)

    6. When have you read a travel guide?I planed our summer trip with this one and have the feeling to know everything there is to know. We will see in summer if that is so.

    7. I think I read an earlier version, but this book totally saved my tail when I ventured too far north a few summers ago.

    8. I use this book all the time. Even if you live in Canada it's great when people come visit or if you find yourself in a new city.

    9. Lonely Planet Books are indispensable, I just wish they were better at referencing the map in the text, and the page ref from the map key.

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