unveils Canada’s Most Welcoming Places and the Traveller Review Awards 2023 recipients

2023’s Most Welcoming Places in Canada and Beyond

This year’s Most Welcoming Places have all been identified based on the share of accommodation partners receiving a Traveller Review Award 2023* and provide even the most seasoned traveller with inspiration for their future trips. Here are the most welcoming places across Canada.

2023’s Most Welcoming Cities in Canada

  1. Baie Saint Paul, Quebec
  2. Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
  3. Golden, British Columbia
  4. St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador
  5. Banff, Alberta
  6. Jasper, Alberta
  7. Mont-Tremblant, Quebec
  8. Quebec City, Quebec
  9. Revelstoke, British Columbia
  10. Moncton, New Brunswick

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The Freeride World Tour in Kicking Horse Golden BC, Canada February 17 – 22

The Freeride World Tour event in Golden has been postponed until February due to weather and terrain conditions. The series will kick off in Spain instead, here's the latest schedule:

Baqueira Beret Pro, Spain – January 28 – February 2
Ordino Arcalís Pro, Andorra – February 4 – 9
Kicking Horse Pro, Canada – February 17 – 22
Fieberbrunn Pro, Austria – March 11 – 17
Xtreme Verbier, Switzerland – March 25 – April 2

Hiking in Golden | Hiking Trails

Mountain Biking in Golden | Biking Trails

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Mount 7 Golden BC | Canadian Rockies

Golden Mountain View Suites is right at the base of the Golden’s iconic Mt. 7. Mount 7 is a mountain in the Canadian Rockies just southeast of Golden, British Columbia. It is named for the characteristic "7" formation visible in the snow near its peak, visible for several weeks around mid-June due to the melting pattern of snow and ice at its cap. 

Every summer, for a short-lived, week-long period, a natural wonder emerges in the mountains high above Golden, British Columbia. Mount 7, named for its characteristic “7” snow formation caused by a unique melting pattern of snow and ice, draws in thousands of tourists hoping to catch a glimpse.

A hike up to the upper paraglider launch site from the main (ie lower) paraglider launch site. The trail ends at the NW ridge leading to the peak of Mt 7 another 200m above. Great views of the Columbia Valley, and you might see paragliders taking off.

Check out the recent Red Bull challenge on Mount 7