10 Stunning Shots That Will Get You Fired Up for a Canadian Road Trip
We asked you to share your best Canadian road trip photography, and you delivered! From endless gravel roads to ribbons of sleek, black highway asphalt, these spectacular shots have us dreaming of our very own cross-Canada trek.
Take Me Home, Country Roads
Anne Doerksen of Carrot River, Saskatchewan, definitely nailed the vibe of our “Road Trip” Theme Pic Challenge. She took this photo of a rural scenic road out by Pincher Creek, Alberta. Headed that way? Be sure to check out this roundup of the best day trips from Calgary on one tank of gas.
Ghazali Abd Aziz of Calgary writes, “Driving along Highway 1 feels like you’re in heaven with beautiful snowcapped mountains like these in front of your eyes.” This is what it’s like driving the Highwood Pass—the highest paved road in Canada.
Majestic Mount Robson
Shelagh Quinn of Kamloops, British Columbia, also nailed the vibe of our Theme Pic Challenge. She managed to capture the larger-than-life beauty of the Rockies from the comfort of her own car! Check out these picture-perfect moments on a train trip through the Canadian Rockies.
The Bridges of New Brunswick
Did you know that New Brunswick is home to 60 covered bridges? Fred Allin of Etobicoke, Ontario, captures one of these beauties in this charming photo. Check out more spectacular photography of Canada’s most beautiful bridges.
A Very Scenic Drive
The natural beauty of the Cabot Trail provides one of the best backdrops for a road trip, as this photograph by Norma Keith of Baltimore, Ontario, proves. Here are 10 more incredible photos from a once-in-a-lifetime cross-Canada trek.
Red Clay Lanes
While road tripping through Prince Edward Island last summer, Sharon Peters of Three Hills, Alberta, captured the province’s legendary rich red soil. Here are 10 more east coast experiences worth adding to your bucket list.
West Coast Chill
Kim MacDonald Cameron of Bow Island, Alberta, writes: “My husband and I took a road trip to British Columbia recently. We stayed for several days in the quaint fishing village of Steveston. Ocean views and delicious seafood made our stay just perfect.” Here are 10 truly Canadian foods—and the best places to try them.