Lake Huron is the second largest Great Lake and the fifth largest fresh water lake on the planet. First paddled by Native Americans, and then "voyageurs", traders and missionaries in the late 1600s with the start of the fur trade, Lake Huron became a vital shipping route. Its waters can be treacherous; at the bottom of Lake Huron rest more than 1,000 known shipwrecks!
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The Rocky Mountains roll on for a thousand miles of snow-capped peaks, thick forests and clear glacial lakes. Banff was the first of the Canadian Rockies’ National Parks established in 1885. Join us as we explore this incredibly majestic region.
Day 1: Ohio Journey east along interstate 70 to mid-Ohio for dinner and an overnight stay. D Day 2: Niagara Falls Board the world-famous Maid of the Mist for a thrilling boat ride under Niagara Falls (poncho provided)! After a delicious dinner, overnight in upstate New York. B, D Day 3: Garden of the Great… Read more »
Day 1: Fly to Boston area Board a flight for Boston and travel north to central Maine for a one-night stay. D Day 2: Bar Harbor Depart this morning for picturesque Bar Harbor, Maine. Nowhere along the Atlantic seaboard is the “stern and rockbound coast” more picturesque than Acadia National Park! With a local expert,… Read more »
Featuring the Great Dames of Eastern Canada: Quebec, Ottawa, Montreal and Toronto
Thinking about experiencing one of the world’s best train journeys? Snaking its way through the heart of the Canadian Rockies, the Rocky Mountaineer experience of slow, romantic travel is unrivaled in North America!