Canada Trip Pictures

October 19, 2019

A few weeks ago, I visited Canada for fall break.

It was my first time there, and I had a blast! I stayed with my family in Surrey (a city near Vancouver) with relatives, and we visited so many beautiful areas.

I took a BUNCH of pictures there, and decided to share them with y'all in one giant post detailing my adventures! All of these pictures were taken with my phone, and most were edited with VSCO. 

So grab a cup of hot tea and sit back as I take you on a virtual tour through my trip...

d a y   o n e . . .

there were some great views from the plane!

we reached Washington (state) and drove all the way to the border...


i crossed a country border while driving for the first time and it was pretty cool! ;)

officially in Canada!!


fall vibes ๐Ÿงก

after crossing the border, we visited Stanley Park and saw a gorgeous view of the city


Stanley Park

a bridge that looks eerily like the Golden Gate bridge from afar XD

there was a gorgeous beach at Stanley Park!

d a y   t w o . . .


the next day, we visited the Capilano Suspension Bridge in Vancouver!

it was so much fun to travel across the shaking bridge through the forest.

there were a bunch of different trails once you reached the other side of the bridge!

they had hung up beautiful lanterns throughout the forest!

all of the trails were so much fun!

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after the suspension bridge, we rode up a gondola to Grouse Mountain!

i got to see a deer from super close!! 

we saw two grizzly bears, Grinder and Coola!

then, we rode up a ski lift to get an even better view...

d a y   t h r e e . . .

on day 3, we visited a random marine park off the road! XD

the views were just stunning! ๐Ÿ˜

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after that, we went to visit Shannon Falls!

there was a small creek near the falls, and it was so pretty!


On Day 4, we mostly just relaxed at our relative's house, and we left the morning of Day 5 of our trip! 

Overall, everything I saw and experienced in Canada was beautiful. Other than the cold (I'm used to living in 60-70 degree weather year-round XD), Canada was amazing and I can't wait to go again! ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

also, I just wanted to say sorry for posting so late in the day today! unfortunately, I have so much stuff going on that I had to cram this into my schedule. but don't worry, my posting schedule will still stay the same! ;)

I want to know what you think! Have you ever been to Canada? What was your favorite picture that I took? I'd love to talk in the comments below.

Thanks so much for reading this post!

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  1. Beautiful pictures and I love the travel journal and seeing all your adventures! Miss and love xoxo

  2. Your phone camera has astounding quality! It was so fun to sort of recap the trip with you :)

    1. I agree! I'm so glad that I got the model I have.
      Aww, thanks so much for reading, girlie! <333

  3. These pics are absolutely gorgeous<3<3

  4. OMG THESE PICS ARE GORGEOUS!! Honestly can I just steal these?? I don't know how or when, BUT I'LL USE IT GAHHH SO PRETTY <3 And Canada sounded wonderful! I've been to Montreal, but not Vancouver or surrey, do this is really cool!!

      Oooh, how was Montreal? Thanks so much for reading girl <333

  5. All your photos are amazing Ash! I loved them all.
    It's kinda funny to see how you thought everything was so beautiful. I live insanely close to Surrey and have been to all the places you took pictures of. I'm so used to the trees and mountains they're just another background that I pass by everyday.
    And Canada isn't terribly cold, only in the eastern provinces.

    1. Thank you SOO much, Carlye!! <333
      Ahaha, that's super cool! And hehehe, well, I live in 60 degree weather year-round, so I'm not used to the cold as much XDD

  6. Glad you had a good trip! I always love going to Vancouver it's stunning.
    Amazing pictures!!!

  7. Whoa, these pictures took my breath away!

  8. Oh my goodness this is lovely! All your pictures are so good!!! :D

  9. Amazing pics, Ash!!! My favorites are the ones of the lanterns in the forest - SO MAGICAL AND PRETTY. <333 Sounds like you had a great time in Canada!

    1. Thank you!!!! Oh my goodness, those lanterns were gorgeous as we were walking through the forest *heart eyes*...I'm so glad you liked the pics!! <3333

  10. Wow, these photos were captivating! I really enjoyed this post and stumbling across your blog. Looking forward to checking back here in the future :)


  11. Beautiful.

  12. Wow. These pictures are gorgeous! Is this VSCO with a membership or just plain VSCO? I've been getting more used to VSCO and trying to find ways to edit my photos so that I actually like them LOL. Your trip looks like so much fun. :))))

    1. Ack, thank you so much!!!
      These were all edited with the free version of VSCO lol...same XD!
      Thanks so much for stopping by, Izzy! <3333

  13. Wow, gorgeous photos ... that first plane pic might be the best airplane picture I've ever seen. No, scratch out that might be ;)

    Looks like you had fun! I just crossed my first country border by car, too, yesterday from Germany to Switzerland.


    1. Oh my goodness, this comment just made me smile so big, Keturah!! Thank you so much!!! <3333

      Ooh, that must have been a ton of fun! How is your trip going?

  14. You should have come and visit me ohmygoodness you went to these places where I JUST WAS this summer. and I live so close to them :') but I was on vacay overseas and sick upon return so ahhhhh well so unfortunate :( GLAD YOU HAD A GOOD TRIP THO. GLAD YOU ENJOYED MY COUNTRY.

    1. Oh my goodness NO WAYYYYY!!! Ahh that would have been so cool XD
      Thank you so much for reading, Lisa!!! <3333


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