After the success of posting the GPS Coordinates for the Algonquin Park, we decided to continue and publish coordinates from all of our trips. We plan to grow this list with Canadian points of interest such as parks, attractions and places that may not be on the front page of travel guides.
Petroglyphs Provincial Park
Park and Museum around ancient stone carvings from Algonquin people, north-east of Peterborough in Ontario
386 km with 45 Locks connecting Lake Ontario with Lake Huron. The Trent-Severn Waterway is a National Historic Site.
Halfway Point of the Trans-Canada Highway Between Atlantic and Pacific ocean in Ontario
Bushplane Museum Sault Ste. Marie
The history of bush flying and forest protection in Canada. Many of the planes are open to get a close look on the inside.
3km long beach in the Lake Superior Provincial Park. About 140 km north of Sault Ste. Marie in Ontario
White River is in Northwestern Ontario on the Transcanada Hwy and is the birth place of Winnie The Pooh
Heritage Silver Trail
Exploring the Cobalt Mining District National Historic Site of Canada, located in Cobalt and township of Coleman.
Old Woman Bay
We enjoyed the most spectacular sunset and a sandy beach in the Lake Superior Provincial Park, Ontario Canada
Agawa Rock Pictographs
A rugged trail leads to paintings from Ojibwe people in the Lake Superior Provincial Park, Ontarion in Canada
Dinosaur Provinical Park
The park is in the Red Deer Valley, about one hour east of Calgary in Alberta
Atlas Coal Mine
A National Historic Site about 20 minutes south east of Drumheller in Alberta
Sandstone pillars that are capped by a large stone near Drumheller in Alberta
Royal Tyrrell Museum
The Museum Of Palaeontology is near Drumheller in Alberta, Canada, exhibiting dinosaurs and more going back millions of years
North Dinosaur Trail & Bleriot Ferry
Dinosaur Trail or Highway 838, crossing the Red Deer River in Albertas Badlands.
Day trip from Jasper to the Maligne Lake, 50 km from Jasper in Alberta. A very scenic road and good chancees to see wildlife
Mount Edith Cavell
Day trip from Jasper to the Cavell Glacier, 30 km from Jasper in Alberta. A hiking trail to the glacier and the Cavell Meadows
O'Shaughnessy Falls, Troll Falls and a hike up the Grotto Canyon in the foothills and front ranges of the Canadian Rockies in Alberta
Penticton wine tasting by bicycle
Tasting wine and riding on a gravel path away from the traffic. No better way to experience the view and the products of the Okanagan in BC
Britannia Mine Museum
The Britannia Mine Museum is on the Sea-to-Sky Highway on Howe Sound north of Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada
Juan de Fuca Marine Trail
Juan de Fuca Marin Trail is on Victoria Island, British Columbia
Cathedral Grove rainforest is in MacMillan Provincial Park on Vancouver Island in British Columbia and has ancient Douglas-fir
Sproat Lake Petroglyphs
Petroglyphs in the Sproat Lake Provincial Park on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada
Wild Pacific Trail
The Wild Pacific Trail earns the name 'wild'. It is located south in Ucluelet on Vancouver Island in British Columbia
Rainforst Trail in the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve on Vancouver Island in British Columbia
Bella Coola is in the Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia. We came to watch the grizzlies and see the lumberjack & logger competitions
Train Wreck in Whistler
How an accident turned into a tourist attraction and art gallery near Whistler British Columbia, Canada
A two day hike from the Rubble Creek Trailhead to the Garibaldi Lake in the Coast Mountains in British Columbia, Canada
Six days on Vancouver Island. Victoria via Juan de Fuca to Cowichan Bay, Port Alberni, Tofino and Ucluelet. But it's the encounters we remember.
A few days on Grand Manan, New Brunswick in Canda. A 100% stress-free and magical place.
White Head Island
Exploring by bicycle and taking the ferry from Grand Manan to White Head Island in New Brunswick, Canada
South-East end of Grand Manan in New Brunswick, Canada. Access during low tide only. Island of lost gloves and ropes and the skeleton of a lighthouse
Wanuskewin Heritage Park
A national historic site. It is a Northern Plains Indians cultural interpretive centre north of Saskatoon in Saskatchewan, Canada
A much anticipated stop when travelling throug the prairies since 1883. "Where Past is Present", only a few mintues south of the Trans-Canada in Saskatchewan.
Grasslands National Park
Wide-open plain, a sea of grasses and Bison in the far distance. The blue sky above and not to forget the Prairie Dogs. This is the darkest dark sky preserve in Canada.