1. Whistler, British Columbia
Imagine following up an afternoon spent sashaying down snowy mountain slopes, soaking in a steamy hot tub with your Valentine. Or perhaps you'd rather curl up together beside a roaring fire? In Whistler, you're not only in luck, but you're spoiled for romantic choice. The town famous for its exhilarating outdoor pursuits is also the west coast's headquarters for seduction. The mix of cold outdoor activity and cozy indoor relaxation provides all the ingredients for an affectionate escape. Choose from a wide array of sumptuous inns, resorts and hotels to tickle your fancy.
(Photo © Tourism BC/Toshi Kawano)
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