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The Maritime Provinces of Eastern Canada are magic in winter.
Prince Edward Island sparkles as snow drapes the land, Nova Scotia's surfing waves are at their best, and New Brunswicks's Fundy National Park of Canada fills with winter sports. It's the season to travel Canada's eastern most provinces and visit Atlantic Canada.
Celebrate winter at Prince Edward Island National Park snowshoeing or skiing and when it's cold enough spin on the ice at Dalvay Lake, in the shadows of Dalvay-by-the-Sea National Historic Site. In Nova Scotia Halifax delights at "In the the Dead of Winter Music Festival" showcasing the best of Canadian acoustic music. New Brunswick's Mount Carleton Provincial Park is closed in winter however savy ice fishermen know the road to Nictau Lake is plowed just for them. Enjoy the Fuday Coast at the Winter Festival in St Andrews by-the-Sea or hit the slopes and trails at Poley Mountain, Mont Farlagne or Sugarloaf Provincial Park.
Don't miss a visit to Peggy's Cove Lighthouse in Nova Scotia, or make it an entire lighthouse tour, but be sure to see Cape Forchu Lighthouse on Yarmouth Harbour – it's picture perfect in winter. Don't miss a meal of world-famous Nova Scotia Digby scallops, fresh from the Bay of Fundy. Atlantic Canada sparkles in winter with fun, festivals and warm hospitality.