Waterton Lakes is a beautiful national park nestled in the lower corner of Alberta on the border with Montana, where it shares the designation of International Peace Park with Glacier National Park.
Shrouded in smoke from nearby forest fires meant that Glacier National Park and its famous Going-to-the-Sun Road did not offer us the clear and incredible mountainous views we had heard so much about.
One of the most moving places I’ve ever been, this gorgeous provincial park is nestled along the Milk River in southern Alberta.
On a sunny Sunday, Sam and I drove up the Sea to Sky Highway to the first pull out where the Tunnel Bluffs hike starts.
I spent the May long weekend up in Whistler to take in the gorgeous sunshine and find a lake or two to jump in to!
A 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.
I spent Thanksgiving in Whistler with Sam’s family and we spent the most perfect few days in the warm Autumn sunshine.