All that I’ve seen all over Instagram in the last few weeks is brightly coloured photos of 2.5 million tulips out at the Tulip Festival, just past Abbotsford on the highway.
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Whistler is a true winter wonderland. Bursting at the seams with all sorts of snowy activities and postcard-worthy views, I spent a week in -15 degrees enjoying all the things on offer.
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
Sam and I spent time in Yoho National Park at the end of August on one of the days of our BC-Alberta roadtrip. We came across so many stunning sights that demanded our attention – typical of this beautiful country. Here are the most iconic stops that we found in Yoho, all well worth the
On a rainy Sunday morning, I lay in bed scrolling through Instagram trying to see if I could find some sort of outdoor adventure that was doable in muddy, wet weather. I came across a photo that had been posted 18 minutes prior to when I found it at Cascade Falls out in Mission. Dad and
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
A mere half hour quick-paced walk from the Whistler Olympic Athlete’s village to a mangled, graffiti-covered train wreck is a lovely way to spend a morning. The trail was a little muddy, but arrival to the wreck offered a glimpse into a different world. Sam and I climbed up an old ladder where thrill seekers