Both the Nordic Countries and Canada embrace winter by balancing cosy cabin life with active outdoor life. Staying in a wilderness cabin is a great opportunity to try a variety of new activities including dog-sledding, backcountry jeep driving or snowshoeing. No day is the same unless you want it to be, and your cabin stay can be as active or relaxed as you want it to be.
Travel to the magically adventurous Alta plateau, the homestead of Norwegian winter sports. Ski down steep slopes with amazing fjord views, learn how to fat bike or snowshoe to more remote corners of Northern Norway's coastline. Learn more
Iceland's Golden Circle
Iceland's iconic ring road beckons with glacier hikes, Super Jeep tours, kayaking and Aurora Chases. Round off action-packed days with a luxurious stay in Iceland's impressive high-end hotels. Far away from any light pollution chances are that you'll be able to marvel the Northern Lights from the comfort of your hotel room. Learn more
Here's a little-known fact: The Yukon is the perfect adventure playground for beginners. Hop on a dog-sled, snowmobile or fat bike to whisk past snow-covered Boreal forests, open plains, and frozen lakes. After an active day spent outside Boreale Explorer lodge welcomes you with soul-warming food, hospitality and of course a hot tub! Learn more