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Toronto - Montrel - Toronto

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Hi, first time on these forums.

Myself and a friend (maybe 2) are starting to plan a trip to Canada sometime between the start of July and the end of September for 2-3weeks from the UK. At the moment a brief outline is looking like flying to Toronto then travel to Montreal and back. Searching round the web so far has given us Algonquin and thousand Lakes as destinations to take in. We also want to go to Niagara Falls. Depending on how long the trip looks like its turning out to be we may try to extend it to incorporate either Quebec or Chicago as well.

Has anyone done a similar trip or are there key sights that we should miss in the area?

We dont mind doing a lot of driving, we did a similar trip on West Coast USA last year and want to see as much as possible as its half a vacation and half a look around with a view to emigrate in the future. We want a good mix of city life as well as lots of hiking/canoing/fishing etc.

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