National Geographic : 1952 Mar
TRAVEL TO EITHER COAST 0N(OFCANADAS' /0 TOP MAPEL(LF!4CA?O/VsN IEIIIIIIIII / I flu' a -~~~ll Just think, when you travel Canadian National across Canada: you can sightsee in "foreign" cities - stop over at Minaki, and Jasper Park Lodge - see towering Mount Robson (above), monarch of the Canadian Rockies visit the exciting West Coast! And you ride in comfort all the way on Canadian National's "Continental Limited". Discuss it nost' with your nearest Canadian National Office* or Travel Agent. They are eager to help with information, literature, suggestions. "We'll tell you where and take you there". *Canadian National Railways offices in Boston, Buffalo, Chicago, Cincinnati, Detroit, Flint, Mich., Kansas City, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Portland, Me., San Francisco, Seattle, St. Louis, Washington, D.C . Offices also in Montreal, Canada; Sydney, Australia; and Wellington, New Zealand. Mention the National Geographic-It identifies you Choose from this rich variety. Here are Canada's 10 Top Maple Leaf Vacations 1. Across Canada-the Scenic Route to California or the Pacific Northwest, to New York or anywhere East. 2. Alaska Cruise - ten days, 2,000 miles of sheltered coastal sailing. 3. British Columbia - Vancouver, Victoria, Prince Rupert. A magnificent marine and mountain playground. 4. Eastern Cities and Laurentians- history-book places, mountain lakes, brilliant autumn colours. 5. Hudson Bay - "Down North" to romantic frontiers, via Winnipeg. 6. Jasper in the Canadian Rockies - play, relax in mountain grandeur. 7. Minaki (Lake of the Woods) swimming, motor-boating, golf in a northwoods setting. Wonderful fishing! 8. Ontario Highlands-land of lakes and streams; fishing; camping. Fine hotels, resorts. 9. Provinces by the Sea-beaches, bays, fishing ports, historic old cities. 10. Romantic French Canada(Gaspe and the Saguenay)-like taking a trip abroad.