National Geographic : 1949 May
Y' IN THE HEART of the majestic Canadian Rockies nestles the "village" of Jasper Park Lodge-luxu rious centre of "out-of this-world" trail-riding (Tonquin Valley, above), fishing, golfing; starting point for the spectacular Columbia Icefield Drive. * Here they are, the 10 Top Vacations as revealed in a 1948 survey of U.S . travel preferences: Alaska Cruise British Columbia * Canadian Rockies * Cross-Canada Rail Tour * Eastern Cities and the Laurentians * Gasp6 and the Saguenay. LakeoftheWoods Maritime Provinces * High lands of Ontario * Winnipeg and Hudson Bay. Choose your vacation-then have your nearest Canadiandi National office plan it for you. CANADA IS FISHING COUNTRY. Ontario alone has more than a million lakes. From the glacier-fed waters of the high Rockies to the famed salmon pools of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, real trophies, real relaxation call sportsmen north. te atw"o No~ttk & aW"A You TRAVEL in armchair ease by Canadian National into famed sporting playgrounds and resort areas, you stop over to sightsee Canada's S friendly cities. Ask today at your nearest Canadian National office (listed below) for details on your choice among the 10 most popular Canadian vacations. ABOARD THE CONTINENTAL LIMITED you ride the Scenic Route across Canada, guest of the largest railway system in North America. Other "name" trains give easy access to all Eastern Canada. To Cali fornia and anywhere West, to New York and anywhere East, go Canadian National. "We'll tell you where and take you there." CANAD1ADT g47~ J THE RAILWAY TO EVERYWHERE IN CANADA Canadian National offices in U.S. -Boston, Buffalo, Chicago, Cin cinnati, Detroit, Duluth, Kansas City, Los Angeles, 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.