Churchill is a town located in the far north of Manitoba in Canada. It sits on Hudson Bay and is smack bang in the middle of the polar bears annual migration path. Every year the polar bears gather in Churchill in October and November as they wait for Hudson Bay to freeze over and seal hunting season to start. Continue reading How to spot a polar bear in the wild!
The Icefields Parkway is a 232km scenic drive from Lake Louise to Jasper. Featuring snow capped peaks, more than 100 glaciers, waterfalls and turquoise lakes it’s definitely one of the worlds most beautiful drives! The best way to experience this drive in all of its glory would to plan it so you can drive from Lake Louise and spend the night in Jasper. Unfortunately due to … Continue reading Driving Icefields Parkway
Banff is Canada’s first National Park and with more than 3.5 million visitors annually it is arguably one of Canada’s most popular national parks. With UNESCO World Heritage status and hot spots like Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, The Columbia Icefield and Banff Town I can understand why! It might very well be one of the most beautiful places on Earth! Continue reading Exploring Banff National Park, Alberta
Yoho national park is most famous for being home to the brilliant Emerald Lake, its striking colour and easy accessibility make it a top stop on your standard tourist routes. For me the brilliance of this park lies within the towering peaks of Canada’s Rocky Mountains. Sheer cliffs, towering waterfalls, alpine lakes and over 400kms of trails to choose from! The Natural Bridge As we … Continue reading Hiking Yoho National Park, British Columbia
Glacier National Park is located in British Columbia, Canada, not to be confused with the park of the same name located in Montana, USA. Home to high peaks, active glaciers and a tonne of trails to chose from this park is a must for hiking enthusiasts! We were there late in the hiking season so some of the trails were closed but we still found a … Continue reading Hiking Glacier National Park, BC
Mt Revelstoke National Park, located in British Columbia, Canada is a relatively small national park in comparison to others parks Canada but don’t let its small size fool you, it’s full of some of the best scenery I’ve seen in my life. There are a number of trails ranging from easy to difficult, with the option of multi day hikes available. Eva, Miller and Jade … Continue reading Hiking Mt Revelstoke National Park, British Columbia
The Rocky Mountains of Canada have always been right at the top of my places I have to visit! So when I found myself in Vancouver I couldn’t miss my opporunity to visit this incredible place. Ryan met me in Vancouver and we hired a car for what would be one of the best road trips of our life! We planned our itinerary after consulting my … Continue reading Road Tripping – Vancouver to Calgary