hiking with toddlers

Become a parent and you will began to celebrate each miraculous moment: the first smile, first word, first step. For those of us who love the outdoors, another huge milestone his the first hike. There’s no one right answer as to when, though I would urge that you get out there “as early as, 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

everest base camp trekking

  Mount Everest is the highest in the world, which makes it a perfect destination for your next adventure holiday. Visiting Everest is now easier than ever. You can arrange treks that will take you to base camp in less than two weeks. This means you can climb up the mountain and fulfil your, Read More

Essentials day trek

  Most day treks require a peanut butter sandwich, a water bottle and maybe some bug spray. But for the weekend warrior who wants to crush in one day what most people stroll in two, there are a few indispensables in case the weather turns bad or  you get injured. Here is a list of essentials for spending a, Read More

Best of All Lookout Track

  For many of us, trekking can be like meditation we leave our usual home life far behind as we experience some truly extraordinary views, lookouts and man the walking pace make us really chill! Over the past days I have spent a great deal of time around Springbrook National Park, and here are my favourite, Read More

mt warning

No matter how many times I do it… I always get a natural high from scaling Mount Warning’s famous peak. We ascended the mountain along a mix of manicured trails, bush tracks, man-made and natural stairways to the background sounds of flowing waterfalls and an abundance of wildlife. This picturesque mountain is a punishing, Read More

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