12 Surreal Places In Canada You Won’t Believe Really Exist

Damn, Canada.
12 Surreal Places In Canada You Won’t Believe Really Exist

When you’ve been trapped inside the steel walls of Toronto for too long, you can sometimes forget that Canada is a country full of natural wonders thats spans outside the GTA.  For anyone who has been spending too much time living in a concrete jungle, here’s a quick reminder of how beautiful this country really is.


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1. Tofino, British Columbia


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 2. Mount Thor in Baffin Island, Nunavut

ice climber exploring the Athabasca Ice Cave.

Photo via Rogier Gruys

3. Athabasca Ice Cave in Jasper, Alberta


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4. Old Quebec City, Quebec

Castle Butte, Big Muddy Badlands, Saskatchewan, Canada

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5. The Big Muddy Valley, Saskatchewan


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6. Thousand Islands, Ontario


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7. Banff, Alberta

Michael Poliza

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8. “Polar Bear Capital of the World” Churchill, Manitoba


Photo by David Kilabuk via CBC 

9. Pangnirtung, Nunavut


Photo by David Munroe via Flickr

10. Cavendish Beach, Prince Edward Island


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11. Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick


Photo via Parks Canada

12. Nahanni National Park, Northwest Territories

Lee North

Lee is a self-diagnosed basic who is attending Ryerson University for journalism. She lives off of $1 pumpkin spice lattes from 7/11 because she is a white girl on a budget. Follow her on Instagram: @leethen0rth
12 Surreal Places In Canada You Won’t Believe Really Exist