Canada is a hiker’s playground, from the epic mountaintop heights to pristine forest as far as the eye can see. And only RCI members can see it all at up to 60% off retail rates. Book a hotel near a natural wonder and hike your weekend away. All with a Best Price Guarantee. So, take your pick. Pack your boots. And hit Canada’s best trails for an adventure you’ll never forget.

Banff, AB

For many, Banff is the pinnacle of national parks. And for good reason — it’s home to awe-inspiring mountains, glaciers, and forests with a rich heritage as Canada’s first national park. Alberta’s Rocky Mountains are calling.

Pro tip: Consider renting a car to catch everything this sprawling natural playground has to offer.

Whistler, BC

Just north of Vancouver you’ll find a ski town that’s hiding a secret: during the warmer months, Whistler is home to world-class hiking. Take on the alpine trails with incredible views of the craggy mountain vistas.

Pro tip: Whistler is worth a double dip to enjoy both seasonal snow sports and summertime hiking fun.

Cape Breton Island, NS

The highlands are legendary for panoramic views along incredible hiking trails that dot the area. Find coastlines, mountaintops, and rolling, green forests to explore at every step.

Pro tip: Pack a wide-angle lens to capture all of that natural beauty.

Garibaldi Lake, BC

This is truly a natural wonder you just have to see to believe. Almost supernaturally turquoise waters fill the alpine lake that sits in the natural beauty of Garibaldi Provincial Park. Besides hiking lakeside, you’ll find forests, wildflowers, waterfalls, mountains, and so much more.

Pro tip: Though beautiful to look at, many of the area’s lakes are glacier-fed, meaning they’re more fun to photograph than dive into.