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If you're searching for the perfect adventure this fall, look no further than this stunning hike in B.C. that will lead you to one of the highest waterfalls in Canada.

The waterfall is called Helmcken Falls, which is located in Wells Gray Provincial Park, B.C., and it is Canada's fourth-highest waterfall, according to the Wells Gray website.

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For a truly iconic Canadian experience, you can walk along the floor of the ocean beside unique rock formations at this provincial park.

Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park in Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick, is where you'll find huge rock towers shaped over thousands of years by the tides of the Bay of Fundy.

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As Canada's largest city, Toronto is bustling with opportunities to connect with people professionally. If you're not based in Toronto, chances are you'll head there on a business trip sooner or later.

After a packed visit though, you might enjoy balancing things out with some peace and quiet. After all, adding some leisure onto your business trip is what "bleisure" travel is all about.

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Straight up, Vancouver is breathtaking. Sure, the city has a vibe unlike anywhere else in the world… but what seriously enchants people? The nature. The wildlife. The great outdoors.

And who could blame them? We’ve got beautiful lakes, lush forests, gorgeous beaches: honestly, we’ve kind of got it all. Even within the Metro Vancouver Area, nature is king.

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May Long is right around the corner, and that means that it’s time to start planning the perfect way to enjoy your weekend. Whether you’re all about soaking up the sun, going on a hike, or simply discovering the treasures to be found in new places, Alberta probably has the perfect provincial park for you.

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