Spectacular Northwest Territories
This week on the Travel Show - purely spectacular Northwest Territories. Canada's north really is accessible - I've visited with my family, and there's never been a better time to go. Three airlines offer upwards of seven flights a day from all across the country.
Magical northern lights, Canada's longest river, highest waterfall, some of Canada's largest lakes– they're all here in Northwest Territories. Find serenity and exhilaration on the rivers and lakes and experience the thrill of hiking beneath towering mountains.
Northwest Territories is a paddlers' paradise - but whether you travel by canoe or on foot, by plane or dogsled, you'll see sights you've never seen before. And don't be surprised by great restaurants and excellent accommodation after a day outdoors, plus enjoy unique cultural experiences and Northern Festivals.
Listen to the show this Saturday for your chance to win a trip for two in July to Canada's authentic north in spectacular Northwest Territories - including four nights in Yellowknife, passes to the Folk on the Rock Music Festival, vehicle rental and side trips for bird watching and fishing on Great Slave Lake.
For your chance to win, phone into the show at 416-872-1010, 1-800-561-CFRB or *TALK on your cell, or send your question any time this week by entering the contest here online.
Photo credits Northwest Territories Tourism and:
Home Page Canoe Nahani: Sara Rainford
RV, Alexandra Falls, Hiker with telescope, Muskox: Terry Parker
Young Caribou: Peterson Point Lodge