Johnston-Canyon

Starting on the fringe of the Great Plains and climbing through the incomparable mountain scenery of Banff and Jasper National Parks, this magnificent drive—one of the crown jewels of western Canada—combines exhilarating vistas of forest, crag, and glacier. Begin in Edmonton Our roadtrip started in Edmonton, purely because the flights were way cheaper from Vancouver, Read More

pyramid lake

The Canadian Rockies offer a wealth of lakes for your viewing, swimming, boating and exploring pleasure. Well, if you go during winter or early spring like us, you will hike, ski, snowshoe or go on a fat bike, It was hard for us to pick a favourite, so here is our Top 5 Lakes, Read More

red chairs

Parks Canada decided to up their marketing game a few years ago and create the Red Chairs Experience Program. They placed red Adirondack chairs in many of the country’s national parks and national historic sites. The chairs have been placed strategically in most scenic and stunning locations around n many of the country’s national parks, Read More

lake tahoe

Lake Tahoe is one of my favorite places in the world. It’s nestled in the mountains between the border of California and Nevada. This freshwater lake is the second deepest in the US and is one of the most beautiful places in the entire country. The water is a deep blue and green, which, Read More

hiking Japser

Edmonton International Airport is the closest major airport to Jasper National Park. So we flew straight from Vancouver to Edmonton to start our adventure in the Canadian Rockies. Jasper town is at the centre of the wild expanse of this National Park which makes it the perfect base for adventure. This rugged town has a, Read More

The thermometer had plummeted to 0 degrees and it wasn’t even 4pm on what had been a warmish day in Yoho national Park. And at first glance, the two-bedroom wood cabin we had booked, looked basic. No underfloor heating, or fancy climate control contraptions. How would it keep out that biting cold? We didn’t, Read More

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