“This land is your land” is booming on the car stereo as we cross the Peace Bridge. The sun is sparkling off Lake Erie on our right, the sky grey, the trees naked, and sadly green grass with only patches of snow.
People often equate luxury with expense. And, of course, “high end” can also mean big dollars. But it doesn’t have to. The five Canadian experiences highlighted here are about pampering, but they are also about adventure, fine food, good wine and wilderness: you can’t put a price on the outdoors.
The Trapp Family Lodge began welcoming guests to what was originally a 27-room family home in 1950. Later the lodge expanded, establishing itself as one of the oldest Nordic centres in the United States and the largest in Stowe.