Perhaps the best way to solidify a relationship is through travel. It is said that you can learn a lot about somebody based on how they conduct themselves on a trip. If you and your significant other can handle a trip together, you can handle just about anything.

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In other words, your significant other should be your best travel buddy. Test this theory by going on these 13 bucket list adventures across Canada:


Take a dip at the Keyhole Hot Springs

British Columbia

The Keyhole Hot Springs are an amazing natural site in BC's Pemberton Area. You can wade in three intimate rock tubs heated by the ground below and enjoy the gorgeous sights of the surrounding meadows.

Note: The access trail to the hot springs is temporarily closed due to aggressive grizzly bear activity. Please stay tuned with local news for the most current status updates.

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Ascend to the top of the Glacier Skywalk

Alberta

The Glacier Skywalk is a beautiful viewing platform made of a completely glass floor. Sticking out at the edge of a cliff at 918 feet above the ground, you'll be treated to amazing views of forested landscapes, rivers, waterfalls, an the wildlife below.

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Go offroading on the Richardson River Sand Dunes

Saskatchewan

The Richardson River Sand Dunes are a popular location for ATV offroading. If you're an adventurous couple, you'll enjoy shredding across the gently rolling sand hills of the area.

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Sleep beside polar bears in a Tundra Buggy

Manitoba

The Tundra Buggy is a hotel-on-wheels that takes you to a site in Churchill, Manitoba where wild polar bears roam. The expedition involves a night spent with the polar bears under the beautiful Northern Lights.

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Swim in the Cyprus Lake Grotto

Ontario

The Cyprus Lake Grotto in Tobermory, Ontario is one of the most magnificent in the province. Swimming in the waters will take some courage though, because they can be rather frigid!

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Spend a night at the Hôtel de Glace

Quebec

Hôtel de Glace is a luxury hotel near Quebec City made entirely of ice. Visitors can explore the hotel and even spend a night in one of its themed rooms, also made completely of ice (including the beds).

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Kayak the waters of the Bay of Fundy

New Brunswick

The Bay of Fundy is one of Canada's most iconic natural wonders, with its high tidal activity and unique rock formations. When the bay is filled with water, you can rent a tandem kayak and paddle around the area together.

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Hike the Cabot Trail

Nova Scotia

The Cabot Trail is an epic route that offers the most scenic views of the Cape Breton Highlands in Nova Scotia. The hike to the top will be a long and challenging one, but it is worth it for the stunning views of ocean vistas and ancient forests.

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Explore the caves at Thunder Cove

Prince Edward Island

Thunder Cove is a unique place in PEI's Kensington that consists of red sandy beaches and sandstone caves. Meander through the unusual arches to discover unusual carvings and stone pillars.

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Have a picnic by the Westpoint Brook

Newfoundland and Labrador

The Westpoint Brook trail leads to some of the most amazing sights of towering mountains, valley-cutting rivers and lush green fields in Gros Morne National Park.

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Drive the Dempster Highway

Yukon

The Dempster Highway is a 740-km gravel road that winds through the Oglivie and Richardson mountain ranges in the Yukon. Though the road is well-maintained, it is still a rather challenging drive due to undulating hills and turns, but it's absolutely worth it for the amazing scenery.

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Camp under the stars in the Fairy Meadows

Northwest Territories

The Fairy Meadows are a pocket of valleys underneath a range of mountains in the NWT called "The Cirque of the Unclimables". Set up camp with your significant other and take in the glorious views of the surrounding park.

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Watch belugas from Whale Cove

Nunavut

Whale Cove is a prime location for viewing beluga migrations that occur every fall. Enjoy zodiac tours that bring you close to the action, as well as the warm hospitality of the Tikirarjuaq community.

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