R&C Spotlight: Western Canada Route du Bonheur
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Western Canada’s Route du Bonheur promises breathtaking terrains for those who love the wilderness, with its stunning coastlines, vast mountain ranges, and ancient forests. Each of our neighbours in these magnificent landscapes shares the spirit of escape and adventure inspiring so many to travel in search of a genuine sense of awe and wonder and exquisite hospitality at each stop along the way:
Nestled in the heart of Banff National Park with the Canadian Rockies as a backdrop, the Post Hotel offers one of the most picturesque locations imaginable.
Accessible only by sea or air, and offering rare alchemy of virgin wilderness and opulent comfort, Sonora Resort is the stage for a breathtaking journey into the spectacular nature of the area.
A charming waterfront resort overlooking Ganges Harbour on picturesque Salt Spring Island, Hastings House offers award-winning gourmet cuisine as well as being a hotspot for artists and locavores.
In the heart of the cosmopolitan city of Vancouver, the Wedgewood offers elegant rooms and suites with every modern comfort alongside original artworks and antiques - while the restaurant, dedicated to Bacchus, serves inventive, epicurean cuisine.
The Wickaninnish Inn stands on an outcrop between the Pacific Ocean, Chesterman Beach and a forest of giant evergreens. Artists, including renowned woodcarver Henry Nolla, designed elements of its two buildings to blend art, nature, and culture.
Reconnect with the beauty of the wilderness, where nature is all-enveloping. Your experience starts with your trip to the camp by seaplane or boat: you leave comfortable city life far behind you and enter a huge expanse of ancient temperate forest with rare species and cedars more than 1,000 years old.