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Hit the Road: Embrace bleisure at these local destinations this spring

Get inspiration for your next bleisure adventure with this list of top road trip destinations in Alberta, BC and Ontario!

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March 27, 2023


After a long dark winter, it feels like spring is finally in the air. What better way to welcome the new season than by packing up the car and heading out for a bleisure-inspired road trip? Whether you’re looking to work from a new location for a few weeks or want to keep it simple with a day trip, bleisure is a great way to mix work and play. Below we’ve gathered some of the top road trip destinations in Alberta, BC and Ontario!


Icefields Parkway: This scenic route runs through the heart of the Canadian Rockies, offering breathtaking views of glaciers, waterfalls and mountains. It stretches 232 kilometres from Jasper to Banff, with plenty of stops along the way for hiking, sightseeing—or sending an email or two. Talk about an office with a view!

Drumheller: Known as the "Dinosaur Capital of the World," this small town is home to the Royal Tyrrell Museum, which boasts one of the largest collections of dinosaur fossils in the world. The surrounding badlands offer stunning views and unique hiking opportunities. Why not stop by and check off one or two deliverables before channeling your inner paleontologist and checking out the fossils?

British Columbia

Sea-to-Sky Highway: This route runs from Vancouver to Whistler and offers stunning views of the ocean and mountains. It passes through Squamish, where you can stop to join a meeting or work on projects between rock climbing, hiking and mountain biking. When you’re ready, continue to Whistler where you can find more opportunities for work and play!

Okanagan Valley: This region is known for its wine, fruit orchards and beautiful lakes. The drive through the valley offers stunning views and plenty of opportunities for wine tasting and outdoor activities. Spend your days working in a local café before heading off for a wine tour and a relaxing evening by the water.


Thousand Islands: Located between Ottawa and Toronto, this region is known for its scenic boat tours and charming small towns. It's perfect for a long weekend road trip, where you can wrap up your work week before hiking, boating and relaxing by the lake.

Mont Tremblant: Head over to this beautiful ski resort town, two hours northwest of Ottawa, where you can set up your remote office before going outdoors and exploring. A popular tourist spot, there are many accommodation options that are equipped with everything you’ll need to get work done. Plus, with spring on the horizon, you can enjoy hiking, biking and swimming once you’re off the clock.


Niagara-on-the-Lake: This charming town is in the heart of Ontario's wine region and has several cafes where you can set up your laptop to power through some work before heading out to explore. It's also a short drive from Niagara Falls, meaning you can fit in a day of work before driving over to marvel at the eighth wonder of the world.

Prince Edward County: Located about 2.5 hours east of Toronto, this region is known for its wine, craft beer and food. The drive through Prince Edward County offers stunning views of Lake Ontario and plenty of opportunities for small town exploration with spots to enjoy local cuisine outside of work hours.

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