The magnificently mountainous Okanagan Mountain Park offers both hiking and paddling opportunities in the Okanagan Valley, British Columbia. Read on for our own paddling experience plus a mini planning guide for your own Okanagan Mountain canoe trip!
A 50km hike through lush rainforest, sand dunes, stunning beaches and interesting history in Cape Scott Provincial Park, at the North-Western tip of Vancouver Island. All the details to hike this unique trail yourself.
With beautiful views, well-maintained facilities, a convenient location and just the right amount of challenge, the Sayward Canoe Circuit is a great choice for a paddling trip for novices and veterans alike. It’s a unique Vancouver Island paddling experience to rival other canoe trip experiences in British Columbia.
Small, inexpensive but very useful items for outdoor lovers anywhere
Gladstone Provincial Park is a beyond the beaten path wilderness area in British Columbia, Canada. Surrounding the northern shores of narrow Christina Lake, this provincial park offers rustic canoe camping experiences for paddlers.
Tombstone Territorial Park is an unusual place. For one thing, it is host to the most incredible rugged mountains you could ever imagine. Secondly, you are actively encouraged to hike away from the trails.
Our best paddling trip yet. Five days on the ocean in the company of mountains, eagles, seals and a lot of sunshine. Quite the opposite of desolation, the area is teeming with life and beauty, and we timed our visit exactly right.
Last but definitely not least; our sixth and final Island visit of the year! Two days of canoeing, apple picking and ferry spotting on Gabriola Island, only twenty minutes from Nanaimo.
A run-down of my favourite car camping foods, tried and tested during a road trip across Europe and another to the Canadian Arctic.