Known for its cowboys and stampedes, its cows and its weather, Calgary is a big city in western Alberta.
If you’re looking for a beautiful weekend escape to celebrate Valentine’s with your loved one, may I suggest the gorgeous Banff in the Canadian Rocky mountains.
No wonder Canada was listed as the No. 1 travel destination for 2017 by the New York Times… Click on each photo for more jaw-dropping views. Panorama Ridge, Whistler, British Columbia Joffre Lakes, Pemberton, British Columbia Edith Cavell Glacier, Jasper, Alberta Whistler Blackcomb, British Columbia Black Tusk, Whistler, British Columbia Peyto Lake, Banff, Alberta Lake Louise, Banff, Alberta
After dreaming of visiting Banff for many years, and with a little bit of inspiration from the wonderful world of Instagram, Sam and I bundled up the car and trekked our way through some of Canada’s most beautiful parts. Below are the stops you absolutely shouldn’t miss (in order if you drive north to south)
A beautiful first welcome to Alberta, Jasper National Park is bursting full of iconic lakes and waterfalls and canyons that draw visitors from around the globe. Sam and I drove in from Mount Robson over in BC, and then made our way down the famous Icefields Parkway, stopping everywhere along the way. 1. Medicine Lake
The National Parks of Banff and Jasper along with conjoined neighbour Yoho make up a UNESCO World Heritage Site. On the border of Alberta and British Columbia, these world-famous parks are full of iconic viewpoints, arguably some of the most beautiful places on this planet. I suggest starting in the town of Jasper, and making
After our 4am wake-up call brought us to the shores of Moraine Lake, we bundled back into Sam’s jeep to turn up the other road that leads up the same mountain to the iconic Lake Louise. Now settling in for the winter months, Lake Louise is no longer bustling with eager summer tourists, all wanting